England Rugby: Sam Burgess Blames Individual Egos For Poor World Cup Display

Sam Burgess

According to cross-code national Sam Burgess, England’s initial exit from the 2015 World Cup was the aftereffect of singular egos and selfish players.

After thrashings by Wales and Australia, England turned into the 1st World Cup hosts to not qualify for the knockout stage.

Burgess joined Bath from South Sydney Rabbitohs a year prior to the World Cup, yet his determination by mentor Stuart Lancaster started much discussion.

The 29-year-old has also claimed that he was fully “submitted” yet others had their very own plans.

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Previous Bradford Bulls player Burgess was reacting to the news Andy Farrell will supplant Joe Schmidt as Ireland mentor after the 2019 World Cup.

Farrell, himself a previous double code England player, was Lancaster’s collaborator mentor amid the 2015 World Cup. Lancaster surrendered following the competition, and successor Eddie Jones supplanted his training group.

Burgess, who rejoined South Sydney Rabbitohs not long after the World Cup, says he has affectionate recollections and extraordinary companions from his time in rugby association.

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