Brian O'Driscoll

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The New Zealand Herald
The key stats that prove how impressive the All Blacks areplayed 91 tests, 80 of them victories which moves him to 11th on the all-time w
The key stats that prove how impressive the All Blacks are
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
played 91 tests, 80 of them victories which moves him to 11th on the all-time wins list. He is two wins away from equalling Brian O'Driscoll in 10th place. However O'Driscoll played in 57 defeats compared to Read's nine. Owen Franks meanwhile sits... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
All Blacks' Moody escapes further punishment for dangerous tacklesaid no contact had been made with his eyes. But that did not stop howls of ou
All Blacks' Moody escapes further punishment for dangerous tackle
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 19 days ago
said no contact had been made with his eyes. But that did not stop howls of outrage led by former Irish international Brian O'Driscoll who tweeted: "It makes a mockery of citing. If nothing comes of this it's a farce." British rugby writer... Read more
19d
Super Sport
All Black Moody escapes further punishmentsaid no contact had been made with his eyes. But that did not stop howls of ou
All Black Moody escapes further punishment
Super Sport / Posted 19 days ago
said no contact had been made with his eyes. But that did not stop howls of outrage led by former Irish international Brian O'Driscoll who tweeted: "It makes a mockery of citing. If nothing comes of this it's a farce." British rugby writer... Read more
19d
The Daily Mercury
Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Wallabies told to put up or shut up
The Daily Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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19d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Wallabies told to put up or shut up
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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19d
Queensland Times
Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Wallabies told to put up or shut up
Queensland Times / Posted 19 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Wallabies told to put up or shut up
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 19 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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19d
News Mail
Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Wallabies told to put up or shut up
News Mail / Posted 19 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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19d
Daily Examiner
Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Wallabies told to put up or shut up
Daily Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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19d
Northern Star
Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Wallabies told to put up or shut up
Northern Star / Posted 19 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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20d
The New Zealand Herald
Tony Veitch: Wallabies told to put up or shut upto ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, t
Tony Veitch: Wallabies told to put up or shut up
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
to ask if they wanted to lodge an official complaint. On all three occasions, they said no. So while the world cried foul, Brian O'Driscoll let rip on Twitter, Stephen Jones, that great All Blacks fan, claimed foreign players now risked "physical... Read more
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21d
The New Zealand Herald
Bad guys dress in blackcomments were greedily embraced by the media, who have been recycling tales of
Bad guys dress in black
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
comments were greedily embraced by the media, who have been recycling tales of All Black villainy against the Lions captain Brian O'Driscoll on their last 2005 visit amidst further claims of judicial bias this month when Owen Franks escaped an... Read more
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22d
Daily Mail
Dylan Hartley can lead Lions in New Zealand, says Warren Gatlandthe best team in the world was simply too good to turn down despite being widel
Dylan Hartley can lead Lions in New Zealand, says Warren Gatland
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
the best team in the world was simply too good to turn down despite being widely castigated for dropping Ireland legend Brian O'Driscoll for the last Test against Australia in Sydney. The Lions won 41-16 to secure a 2-1 series triumph and... Read more
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walesonline
Why Warren Gatland was the only man for the 2017 Lionsstick. He is nothing if not courageous in his coaching conviction. In 2013 he
Why Warren Gatland was the only man for the 2017 Lions
walesonline / Posted 22 days ago
stick. He is nothing if not courageous in his coaching conviction. In 2013 he put his reputation on the line by dropping Brian O'Driscoll for the third and decisive Test against the Wallabies. He gambled, and his doubters blinked first.Warren... Read more
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22d
The New Zealand Herald
Bryan Gould: All Blacks' brilliance brings out the worst in some British criticsstats say: All Blacks' home domination of Argentina One could almost hear the
Bryan Gould: All Blacks' brilliance brings out the worst in some British critics
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
stats say: All Blacks' home domination of Argentina One could almost hear the sighs of relief from a Stephen Jones or a Brian O'Driscoll that there was something about yet another All Black victory that might allow them to comment negatively... Read more
22d
The New Zealand Herald
Warren Gatland confirmed to coach 2017 British and Irish LionsHe was an assistant to Ian McGeechan on the 2009 tour to South Africa, and took
Warren Gatland confirmed to coach 2017 British and Irish Lions
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
He was an assistant to Ian McGeechan on the 2009 tour to South Africa, and took charge in 2013, when his huge call to drop Brian O'Driscoll for the decisive third test paid off as the Lions triumphed 41-16. Gatland was only the third man to retain... Read more
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22d
Belfast Telegraph
Warren Gatland ready to take on Lions challenge ahead of tough New Zealand tourand quarter-final appearances. Gatland, too, is not afraid of making tough cal
Warren Gatland ready to take on Lions challenge ahead of tough New Zealand tour
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
and quarter-final appearances. Gatland, too, is not afraid of making tough calls - his dropping of Ireland talisman Brian O'Driscoll ahead of the decisive 2013 third Test against Australia in Sydney being a graphic case in point - and he has... Read more
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22d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Warren Gatland: master of mind over mattera first series win since 1997. The outspoken coach came in for an enormous amo
Warren Gatland: master of mind over matter
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 22 days ago
a first series win since 1997. The outspoken coach came in for an enormous amount of flak for dropping Irish legend Brian O'Driscoll for the third decisive game, but was totally vindicated after the Lions came away with a record 41-16... Read more
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23d
walesonline
Gatland warned whole of New Zealand will be against himback to the Super Rugby franchises for the early tour matches against the Blues
Gatland warned whole of New Zealand will be against him
walesonline / Posted 23 days ago
back to the Super Rugby franchises for the early tour matches against the Blues, Crusaders and Highlanders. Lions captain Brian O'Driscoll is taken off on a cart after his shoulder injury in the first Test back in 2005 Read More “Whenever New... Read more
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23d
The New Zealand Herald
Warren Gatland warned about New Zealand hostility ahead of Lions tourwants to beat you and they will do whatever they can to do it." In 2005, that
Warren Gatland warned about New Zealand hostility ahead of Lions tour
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
wants to beat you and they will do whatever they can to do it." In 2005, that included an alleged spear-tackle on Brian O'Driscoll, in the opening minute of the first Test, which ruled the visiting captain out of the series. But Robinson... Read more
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23d
The New Zealand Herald
Warren Gatland warned about New Zealand hostility ahead of Lions tourwants to beat you and they will do whatever they can to do it." In 2005, that
Warren Gatland warned about New Zealand hostility ahead of Lions tour
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
wants to beat you and they will do whatever they can to do it." In 2005, that included an alleged spear-tackle on Brian O'Driscoll, in the opening minute of the first Test, which ruled the visiting captain out of the series. But Robinson... Read more
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23d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Wales rugby boss Gatland set to step into Lions' den againcoaching is as crucial as previous Lions experience." Barnes also highlighted
Wales rugby boss Gatland set to step into Lions' den again
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 23 days ago
coaching is as crucial as previous Lions experience." Barnes also highlighted Gatland's "guts" in dropping Ireland great Brian O'Driscoll for the 2013 series-decider in Australia, saying it proved he can "handle the pressure that comes with being... Read more
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Canberra Times
All Blacks prop Owen Franks denies he eye-gouged Wallabies forward Kane Douglasit, much to the dismay of the Wallabies. Franks wasn't cited, but the incident
All Blacks prop Owen Franks denies he eye-gouged Wallabies forward Kane Douglas
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
it, much to the dismay of the Wallabies. Franks wasn't cited, but the incident was criticised by former Ireland skipper Brian O'Driscoll and English rugby scribe Stephen Jones. Irish great O'Driscoll got involved in a heated debate on Twitter... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Lewis: We should lay off the Cheika-chivvyingbecame the forgotten man It's not like, for instance, the dumb-ass reaction of
Paul Lewis: We should lay off the Cheika-chivvying
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 27 days ago
became the forgotten man It's not like, for instance, the dumb-ass reaction of Irish great (as opposed to just great) Brian O'Driscoll, whose dislike of New Zealand seemed to manifest itself in a series of tweets when, like many other... Read more
27d
The New Zealand Herald
Paul Lewis: We should lay off the Cheika-chivvyingSouthland away in second half It's not like, for instance, the dumb-ass reacti
Paul Lewis: We should lay off the Cheika-chivvying
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 27 days ago
Southland away in second half It's not like, for instance, the dumb-ass reaction of Irish great (as opposed to just great) Brian O'Driscoll, whose dislike of New Zealand seemed to manifest itself in a series of tweets when, like many other... Read more
27d
SportsFan
Sorry, Bernie, I've lost my appetitethis it's a farce."After Wallabies forward Kane Douglas was eye gouged by an Al
Sorry, Bernie, I've lost my appetite
SportsFan / Posted 27 days ago
this it's a farce."After Wallabies forward Kane Douglas was eye gouged by an All Blacks player, former Irish international Brian O'Driscoll was one of many to argue that rugby referees don't punish the Kiwis as they do others. "My eyes were fine... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kane Douglas has no issue with non-citingpick it up," he said. "They couldn't miss it - it was pretty in the open." Mo
Kane Douglas has no issue with non-citing
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
pick it up," he said. "They couldn't miss it - it was pretty in the open." More Rugby Former Irish and Lions skipper Brian O'Driscoll weighed in on the non-citing on Monday saying it was a farce that Franks wasn't cited. O'Driscoll tweeted:... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kane Douglas has no issue with non-citingpick it up," he said. "They couldn't miss it - it was pretty in the open." Mo
Kane Douglas has no issue with non-citing
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
pick it up," he said. "They couldn't miss it - it was pretty in the open." More Rugby Former Irish and Lions skipper Brian O'Driscoll weighed in on the non-citing on Monday saying it was a farce that Franks wasn't cited. O'Driscoll tweeted:... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Brian O'Driscoll deletes controversial tweet after feud with Kiwi fansBrian O'Driscoll is under fire after tweeting a controversial message to New Ze
Brian O'Driscoll deletes controversial tweet after feud with Kiwi fans
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Brian O'Driscoll is under fire after tweeting a controversial message to New Zealanders. Photo / Getty He may have angered a few All Blacks fans with his views on the Owen Franks' alleged eye-gouge but Irish great Brian O'Driscoll has fended off any... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Brian O'Driscoll deletes controversial tweet after feud with Kiwi fansBrian O'Driscoll is under fire after tweeting a controversial message to New Ze
Brian O'Driscoll deletes controversial tweet after feud with Kiwi fans
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Brian O'Driscoll is under fire after tweeting a controversial message to New Zealanders. Photo / Getty Former Irish captain Brian O'Driscoll has found himself in the middle of a Twitter war after taking to social media to express his opinions about... Read more
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Canberra Times
SANZAAR stands by decision to not cite Owen Franks for alleged eye-gouge despite backlashwave of criticism on social media with some of the game's greats questioning wh
SANZAAR stands by decision to not cite Owen Franks for alleged eye-gouge despite backlash
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
wave of criticism on social media with some of the game's greats questioning why Franks was not charged. Irish rugby great Brian O'Driscoll led the chorus of criticism for Franks' non-citing, labelling the decision a "farce". "This is an absolute... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Cheika under pressure from sniping at homehelped him start his coaching career in Italy. Cheika can be abrasive but he c
Cheika under pressure from sniping at home
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
helped him start his coaching career in Italy. Cheika can be abrasive but he can also inspire. Former Ireland skipper Brian O'Driscoll, who played under Cheika at Leinster, told the UK's Rugby World: "What amazed me was, after five years as... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Study on head injuries in rugby 'a game-changer'over two head injuries he suffered in a game against Swansea in March last year
Study on head injuries in rugby 'a game-changer'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
over two head injuries he suffered in a game against Swansea in March last year. Willis, a cousin of legendary centre Brian O'Driscoll, received treatment for a head injury before returning to the game and suffering a second blow. He was... Read more
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