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Brian Moore: England's problem isn't psychological, it's tactical
The 2019 Six Nations are over and they crown Wales as Grand Slam Champions. Back with Brian Moore once more to review it all is former England and Lions fly half, Rob Andrew.
Listen in as they dissect why it was that Wales were able to be a cut above the rest technically and tactically, give praise to Robin McBryde and Shaun Edwards as well as Warren Gatland, and ask if Wales can win the World Cup.
Joining Brian and Rob to talk about England is former winger Rory Underwood as they question why Joe Cokanasiga was left out the match day squad, whether Owen Farrell can both captain and play fly half, and who should replace Eddie once he leaves England.
As for that astonishing Calcutta Cup match, we turn to former Scotland centre Scott Hastings to understand how it could be such contrasting halves from the Scots with Scott saying it was the attitude of the players which changed the game.
Over to Ireland where a disappointing campaign was fought given the expectation at the start. Former back row Alan Quinlan tells us why he think Ireland didn't match those expectations and what he would say to Joe Schmidt about the tournament.
Plus we speak with Red Roses Grand Slam winning captain Sarah Hunter on how her side were able to dominate their championship.
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