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    Will Greenwood tells the RFU to ask tough questions in its review of England's Six Nations campaign.{br}{br}View the Entire Article{br}

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    "......Nuh, sorry. Too "tough" for me sorry RFU", Says Greenwood!

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    ENGLAND'S PAIN WORSENS

    from rugby e news:

    Not only has England's disappointing Six Nations campaign seen the national side drop in the international rankings from fifth to sixth, overtaken by a resurgent Ireland, but the RFU has announced a financial loss from the recent campaign totalling one million pounds.

    RFU chief executive Francis Baron attributed the loss to the difference in lost incentive payments from TV and sponsorship deals, more simply put - the financial difference between fourth and first.

    Baron has publicly acknowledged the range of issues facing England after the World Cup holder's second fourth placing in two years.

    It seems there is considerable gnashing of teeth within the RFU brains trust, with rumours abounding about the job security of head coach Andy Robinson and unsubstantiated whispers of a Clive Woodward approach.

    Baron has emphasised that all positions from coach down are being evaluated but added, "We have to make sure that these decisions should be right not only in the short term but in the longer term as well."

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