Bernard Laporte

 
Welsh revival par for the course in Six Nations
Welsh revival par for the course in Six Nations
All hail the Six Nations, the tournament that never ceases to surprise and fascinate.
French out to avenge World Cup woes
French out to avenge World Cup woes
France and England meet next Saturday in the Six Nations at the same venue where French World Cup hopes were extinguished by their bitter rivals....
Springboks win north-vs-south battle
Springboks win north-vs-south battle
South Africa may have reclaimed the World Cup for the southern hemisphere after a one-off win by England in 2003, but that is not to say that the...
World Cup leaves mixed emotions in France
World Cup leaves mixed emotions in France
France's first hosting of rugby's World Cup will leave drastically mixed emotions on the home front.
Pumas sign off with second win over France
Pumas sign off with second win over France
Argentina ended the World Cup the way they had started it, running in five tries to tame France 34-10 in an ill-tempered third-place playoff at the...
Bad blood overshadows France-Argentina play-off
Bad blood overshadows France-Argentina play-off
France and Argentina clash on Friday in a World Cup third place play-off overshadowed by simmering French resentment at their opening night shock...
Pints, patriotism and a Gallic shrug
Pints, patriotism and a Gallic shrug
Outside Paris's Frog and Rosbif English pub on Sunday morning, hoarse men and women in rugby shirts were still downing pints of beer with their...
England booted into World Cup final
England booted into World Cup final
Jonny Wilkinson booted defending champions England into the World Cup final with a late penalty and trademark drop-goal against France in a gritty...
England face tough French exam
England face tough French exam
Rarely has the term "Le Crunch", often used to describe internationals between England and France, been more appropriate than for Saturday's World...
France stun NZ to reach Cup semifinal
France stun NZ to reach Cup semifinal
France upset the odds in dramatic style to come from behind and beat tournament favourites New Zealand 20-18 in the World Cup quarterfinal at the...
French keep World Cup hopes alive
French keep World Cup hopes alive
Hosts France kept their nerve and their hopes alive of landing their first World Cup title in Paris on Friday as they beat Ireland 25-3 in their...
France's disgraced coach gives his president the blues
France's disgraced coach gives his president the blues
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy's first looming Cabinet crisis has been triggered neither by the announcement of his own divorce nor by the...

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