Jason Woodward looking for 80 minute performance from Gloucester

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Gallagher Premiership action continues to come thick and fast as Round 18 approaches. Gloucester will face London Irish at Kingsholm, with both sides still hopeful of claiming a Champions Cup spot for next season. Jason Woodward and Alex King spoke to the media ahead of this game. James Barker brings you the latest insight from Gloucester’s […] READ MORE


Rees-Zammit and Earl chasing Chris Ashton’s record

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Louis Rees-Zammit and Ben Earl are leading the race to become the top try-scorer in the 2019/20 Gallagher Premiership with the best strike-rate ever recorded. Research from The Rugby Tipster highlights a number of new records if they continue their scoring form for the rest of the season. Form scorers clash at Kingsholm Both will […] READ MORE


Premiership Rugby restart: who hit the ground running?

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Rugby fans across the country had been waiting for the Premiership Rugby restart to come and for many the wait was well worth it. The sight of our league’s signature names rampaging on turf was a joy to behold. There is also the added intrigue of the changing of players mid way through the season […] READ MORE


Gallagher Premiership Round 14: restart roundup

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English Rugby is finally back and the Gallagher Premiership Round 14 did not disappoint. Here is a roundup and analysis of all the action from the six Gallagher Premiership matches of the weekend. Harlequins 16 – 10 Sale Sharks The first game since 8 March was, perhaps unsurprisingly, a tight affair that didn’t see a […] READ MORE


5 Stories To Follow On The Return Of Premiership Rugby

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With the return to of Premiership rugby so close we can almost taste the first tackle, thoughts turn away from off-field issues and back onto the rugby itself. With that in mind, it becomes a job to remember the state of play for the league. So much has happened since the season was suspended back […] READ MORE


Young Gloucester Rugby coaching team assembled

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A young Gloucester Rugby coaching team has been assembled and confirmed with today’s announcement that Dom Waldouck will take up the position of defence coach. Even ignoring the Coronavirus pandemic, it has been a whirlwind three months at Kingsholm. First the departure of Johan Ackermann, followed by David Humphreys and Rory Teague, left a huge […] READ MORE


Rory Teague follows Ackermann and Humphreys out of Gloucester

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Gloucester Rugby have announced that Skills Coach Rory Teague has left the club. He had been rumoured to be in line for the Head Coach role after the departure of Johan Ackermann. However George Skivington was brought in from London Irish. Director of Rugby David Humphreys also left the club during the season pause and […] READ MORE


Looking back on the David Humphreys Gloucester era

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Gloucester Rugby announced on the June 2 that the David Humphreys era was coming to an end. He has been Director of Rugby for six years at Kingsholm but departs soon after Johan Ackermann agreed a move to Japan. James Barker looks back at his time at Kingsholm and examines how it will be remembered. […] READ MORE


David Humphreys to leave Gloucester Rugby

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Gloucester Rugby announce today that David Humphreys has decided to leave the Club at the end of the June after six seasons as Director of Rugby. This follows the departure of Johann Ackermann as Head Coach in May. David Humphreys to leave Gloucester Rugby Humphreys said “It has been a huge honour to have played […] READ MORE


Johan Ackermann Gloucester era: relative progress but little success

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On Friday 15th May Gloucester Rugby announced that Head Coach Johan Ackermann would be leaving the club to join NNT Docomo Red Hurricanes in Japan. 【チーム情報】2020シーズンより新ヘッドコーチが就任します! ・ヨハン アッカーマン コメントにつきましてはホームページに掲載しております👌 ↓ホームページチェック✅https://t.co/4lxh5OQz8v pic.twitter.com/h7rPu8U6v3 — NTTドコモ レッドハリケーンズ (@RedHurricanes) May 15, 2020 How will Ackermann’s time at Gloucester be remembered? Johan Ackermann leaves Gloucester Johan Ackermann departs England after […] READ MORE