Episode 65 - Matt Giteau - Reveals The Greatest Stories From His Incredible Career & Six Nations Preview

Today we're beyond delighted to be the first to interview Wallabies legend Matt Giteau since his retirement, and in doing so we're the first to hear his greatest stories from a professional career which spanned over 20 years. After previewing the upcoming Six Nations clashes this weekend, Matt entertains us with some of the greatest yarns ever delivered on this podcast, taking us from; the events of the 2003 world cup final in Sydney to stealing the Queens drink at Buckingham Palace and his french physio practising shall we say 'alternative' methods on his teammates at Toulon, Bakkies Botha's weird pre-match routine, Getting beaten up by Fijians, what went wrong on that disastrous day in Murrayfield, the events which made him livid around the 2011 World Cup, the weird and wonderful world of Michael Cheikah, and becoming the best paid player in the world in Japan plus much more. We are also are treated to some hilarious stories about working under Eddie Jones (including impressions) and find out finally what actually went wrong in the MLR for the LA Giltinis. So sit back, relax and enjoy the pod.

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