In what could be the biggest sport event in the UK this year, England rugby will play host to their first Test against Argentina in Buenos Aires in a Test against an All Blacks side that has won the most international titles in the world.
But as the tournament progresses, you can see why the world’s most popular sport could become a key focus for a generation.
As the Rugby World Cup progresses, it’s a sport that has grown in popularity and it’s become a major source of national pride and emotion.
It is the pinnacle of the sporting calendar and as such, the world sees it every year, whether it’s the World Cup, the Olympics or the Olympics itself.
But as sports fans we’ve had a lot of time to digest it all over the past year.
We’ve also had the chance to see how rugby is growing globally and how it is taking the sport to a new level.
And with this in mind, here’s a look at 10 of the biggest rugby stars of the past 10 years:Ben MorganBen Morgan is one of the most successful players in English rugby history.
He has amassed more Premiership caps than any other player in English history and won six titles.
But unlike other big names, he has always had a strong working relationship with the England Rugby Board and this summer he is set to return to the top flight as the new coach of English rugby.
He’s been a player for the national team since 2007 and has been one of England’s most experienced coaches, having won a Test cap at the age of 17.
He’s also played for the England Lions and Wales, where he captained them to a series victory in the 2019 Six Nations.
He said: “My time with England Rugby has been amazing.
“I’ve also been a part of the England side at the Rugby Nations Cup and I feel like I’m part of that group of coaches.””
I feel really fortunate to be involved in the coaching of this country, and I’m looking forward to being a part, but I also know I can’t go through without the support of the board and the people who have supported me all these years.””
I’ve also been a part of the England side at the Rugby Nations Cup and I feel like I’m part of that group of coaches.”
I feel really fortunate to be involved in the coaching of this country, and I’m looking forward to being a part, but I also know I can’t go through without the support of the board and the people who have supported me all these years.
“The support I’ve got from the Board has been tremendous and I think it’s going to be great for me to be back there again.”
Everyone’s working so hard, but for me, it means a lot.
It means a great deal.
“Peter MooresPeter Moors is one the greats of English football.
He won two Premier League titles with Chelsea, and has also won the Champions League three times, the FA Cup and the World Club Cup.
The England captain was one of three men to win the FA’s Player of the Year award in 2016, and he won the World Player of The Year award three times.
He is the most decorated player in the history of English sport and has won four FA Cups and the League Cup.
But he has also had a long and successful playing career, with the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Leicester and Tottenham all his clubs.
Moores said: “When I signed for the Blues I was the youngest player in their history.
But it was only in the last two years that I’ve become one of their legends.
“There are still lots of great players around the club and I’ll miss playing with them.”
It’s been an amazing ride and I hope to have a great time playing with the fans in England next year.
“My time in England has been a fantastic experience and it was a pleasure to be a part and be part of such a successful team.”
But I’m sure I’ll enjoy myself at the new home I’m joining next year, so I’m really looking forward and working hard.”
Ben WatsonBen Watson is one one of Britain’s best known footballers.
He won a World Cup and a European Cup for England and was named Player of 2000 for the second time.
But in the same year, he was fined £2,000 by the FA after he was found guilty of racially abusing a player in his team-mate’s dressing room during a friendly match against Spain in 2001.
Watson also won five England caps for the country and is one reason why England’s squad is expected to be so impressive.
He added: “I’m not the biggest fan of English players, but the way I’m treated by the national side, I have to give them credit.”
When you’re a player, you don’t really get much love, but when you’re in the national squad you’re given more love and you get more respect and you feel appreciated.”
That’s what I’ve learnt from England and that’s what it is going to