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@WillGreenwood and @SkySportsRugby bring you all the latest from the world of rugby union.

@WillGreenwood and @SkySportsRugby bring you all the latest from the world of rugby union.
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@WillGreenwood and @SkySportsRugby bring you all the latest from the world of rugby union.




Ep 26: Guinness Six Nations Launch

Will & Rupert were in Wapping this week for the Guinness Six Nations launch. They caught up with the great and the good of the European game. Some of the highlights were Fabien Galthie's suit/trainers combo, Will giving his A-Level French an outing and Sarah Hunter's reservations about wearing 'full kit' in the middle of the day!


Ep 25: European Halliday

This week, Rupert & Will spoke to EPCR Chairman Simon Halliday regarding the current state of play with the European club competitions. Will reviews Round 5's results and plays 'Mystic Meg' in picking his quarter-finalists. They also discuss the key talking points from the Wales & Scotland squad announcements.


Ep 24: Saracens' 2020 vision

This week, Rupert & Will were joined by Saracens interim CEO, Edward Griffiths, as the club work towards balancing the books by the June 30 deadline. Lewis Moody called in from the South Pole and gave us an update on his journey. Will also gives his 2020 predictions and wraps up the festive rugby action.


Ep 23: Will's Moments of the Decade

In this festive episode, Will Greenwood is joined by James Gemmell to look back and reminisce over his favourite moments of the past decade. They include Lions Tours, World Cups and James Haskell's infamous pitchside 'sing-song'. Will also tells us how he spends his Christmas and how he once tried to set up an all-singing and all-dancing end of season fixture between the European Champions and the Super Rugby Winners in Abu Dhabi.


Ep 22: Mad Dogs and Englishmen

On the pod this week, former England captain Lewis Moody joins Will and James as he prepares to embark on an Arctic adventure to the South Pole. We discuss the challenges he and his team will face - frost bite to polar bears, endless daylight to mental darkness, and the driving force behind them - raising vital funds for Brain Tumour research through the Lewis Moody Foundation. The former Leicester Tigers team-mates also run the rule over the latest European action, and the prospect...


Ep 21: Foster - Good Call?

On this week’s pod we sit down with ‘Agent of the Stars’ Duncan Sandlant. The Global Director of Esportif has brokered some of the biggest player deals in Rugby Union and he is widely regarded as the global leader in the management of rugby coaches. We discuss Ian Foster’s appointment as Head Coach of All Blacks and closer to home Will says England should consider their former Head Coach Stuart Lancaster when forming their new coaching group. All that plus our Champions Cup round-up and...


Ep 20: Sevens Special with Mike Friday

In this bonus episode, Rupert Cox sits down with Mike Friday to discuss all things sevens related. Mike tells us how he became involved with the England set-up, his time with Kenya and now with USA. He also shares some classic tales of what life is like on tour and also how tough it can be dealing with the work/life balance factor.


Ep 19: Dave Rennie Special

Glasgow Warriors head coach and newly-appointed Australia head coach, Dave Rennie, joins Will & Rupert on this week's podcast. He talks about life in Glasgow and why he picked Australia. The duo also dissect the latest round of the Gallagher Premiership and look ahead to the back-to-back fixtures of the Champions Cup.


Ep 18: Siya Kolisi Special

World Cup-winning Springboks captain Siya Kolisi popped into Sky this week. He sat down with Sky's CEO of Future Sport, Barney Francis and they discussed a number of topics including the victory over England in the final, the trophy bus tour, his upbringing and his love for Liverpool Football Club.


Ep 17: Monsieur Shaun Edwards

This week, Will & Rupert speak to Shaun Edwards who's joining France as their new defence coach. He gives us an insight into why he picked France and also reminisces on his time with Wales. Will & Rupert also chat all things Europe, the latest developments at Exeter & Saracens, and Dave Rennie's appointment as Australia head coach.


Ep 16: Euro Wrap & Sarries' Sins

This week, Rupert Cox & Will Greenwood discuss the Saracens salary cap fall-out and what's in store for the Premiership champions. They speak to Miles Harrison and go down memory lane with him discussing all things Europe. The duo also catch up with England's Player of the Match, Marlie Packer, following their late win over France at Sandy Park last Saturday.


Ep 15: Saracens Salary Scandal

Will Greenwood gives his thoughts on the situation at Saracens, after their 35-point deduction and £5m fine for breaching the salary cap. Rupert Cox catches up with England head coach Eddie Jones as he prepares to take charge of the Barbarians against Fiji at Twickenham on Saturday. Also within this week's pod, Sky's James Gemmell chats with Emily Scarratt about her World Player of the Year award, beating France in Clermont last week and the prospect of facing Les Bleus in Exeter on...


Ep 14: RWC 2019 | The Final Curtain

On this week's podcast, Will & Rupert reflect on the World Cup final. Gail Davis is on the red carpet at the World Rugby Awards interviewing Siya Kolisi, Faf de Klerk, Bryan Habana & Francois Pienaar. Alex Corbisiero gives us his expert opinion on England's scrum issues in the final, and Will also gives us his World Cup XV.


Ep 13: RWC 2019 | The Final Countdown

This week Gail Davis joins Will Greenwood who was in Tokyo for both semi-finals. Will gives his thoughts on England's spectacular toppling of New Zealand. Also involved are Alex Corbisiero who raps, Bryan Habana who remains optimistic for the Boks' chances in Saturday's final & Isa Nacewa who looks forward to a positive future for the All Blacks.


Ep 12: RWC 2019 | Strictly Rugby

We hear from Eddie Jones after his England side dismantled Australia to set up a mouth-watering semi-final against back-to-back winners New Zealand. Will catches up with his old team-mate Ben Cohen to chat about their 2003 memories, and discuss what Cohen is up to now. James Gemmell talks to Leinster legend Isa Nacewa, while Rupert Cox and Alex Corbisiero chat all things World Cup - the latter even gives us one of his raps! Will then rounds up the quarter-finals and gives us his...


Ep 11: RWC 2019 | Quarter-Final Conundrum

This week Will Greenwood & Rupert Cox are re-united back at Sky HQ to round up the pool stages, played out in the shadow of Typhoon Hagibis. They look ahead to the quarter-finals, hear from Jamie George and we check if Will's been paying attention with a 'group stages' quiz!


Ep 10: RWC 2019 | CT, HK, JPN

We head around the globe on this week's Will Greenwood Podcast. Rupert Cox, Dan Lyle & Brian Hightower dial-in from NBC HQ in Connecticut while Will gives us his top five talking points from Hong Kong. We also hear from Jonny May who's with Gail Davis at England's base in Tokyo.


Ep 9: RWC 2019 | Matthew Syed

This week, Will is joined by former British number 1 table tennis player and now award winning journalist and author, Matthew Syed. They discuss the mental side of sport on and off the pitch. Warning: long words and technical theories are in abundance! In the USA Rupert Cox keeps things simple with Alex Corbisiero & Brian Hightower to discuss all things Rugby World Cup.


Ep 8: RWC 2019 | Martin Johnson Special

As Rugby World Cup 2019 kicks off Will Greenwood is joined by former England captain and world cup winner Martin Johnson. He discusses his memories from '03, thoughts on events in Japan and his plans for the future. Across the pond Rupert Cox is with Alex Corbisiero who delivers his analysis through the medium of rap!


Ep 7: Is Gatland Wales' Mourinho?

This week, Will & Rupert caught up with Ulster & Ireland international Will Addison to discuss all things World Cup related. The duo also had a chat with Sky Sports football's very own Gary Neville & Jamie Carragher to get their predictions on who'll win in Japan.