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Today’s rugby news as Wales coach visits Six Nations hopeful in England after upsetting time

Here’s the latest rugby news on Sunday, November 12.

The Wales coach visits Sheedy

Warren Gatland will send Wales attack coach Alex King to visit Callum Sheedy at Bristol’s training ground this week ahead of his expected return to international action in the Six Nations.

Sheedy has been on the field since 2022 and has not made another 16 caps since Warren Gatland replaced Wayne Pivac at the end of last year. During that time he struggled for form after personal difficulties, but was starting to look back at his best at a time when Gatland was left with few options after Dan Biggar retired from international football. economic situation and Gareth Anscombe’s absence from Japan.

Bristol coach Pat Lam told Rugby Paper: “It’s been a tough year for him but I see the confidence there.

“I have seen Callum grow and mature from his experiences. Alex [King] called me and said he was wanting to come next week. I spoke to Callum about Wales’ search for a number 10. You’re not saying to forget such things but admit it and put the desire and motivation to play for your country into the performance perform for your club.

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“Callum has been with us for a long time and he is very passionate about the club. He has been very good this season and set up three tries for us at Exeter with kicks. He will do everything he can to put himself in an important position for Wales.”


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