referring to England head coach Eddie Jones has called for the loophole to be addressed, but World Rugby says no immediate changes will be made.
World Rugby say they will review the sport’s laws following England’s controversial Six Nations match with Italy.
They defended match referee Romain Poite, with a spokesman telling AFP: “The match official team officiated law correctly.
It’s got no structure, it’s got no form and it has no meaning,” he said, even adding that “if that’s rugby, then I’m going to retire”.
Speaking to Newstalk on Monday night, the Irishman reiterated that point: “We didn’t do anything that’s not the law.
according to While the strategy is not completely unknown, it is certainly uncommon and seemed to badly throw the England players.
Rugby is a game of chaos.”Advertisement Continue reading the main storyBut the chaotic tactics may not become staples for underdogs.
That’s more or less what happened when England faced Italy in the Six Nations rugby tournament.
In the second half, the England players came out ready with adjustments.
This is called a “ruck.”Advertisement Continue reading the main storyBut whenever an England player was tackled on Sunday, no Italian player joined the tackler.