Episode 69 - Seb Negri - Six Nations Wrap Up - Getting Chased Out of Zimbabwe By Mugabe's Private Army & How Ellis Genge Saved His Life!

We're delighted to be joined by a man who's made the Six Nations team of the tournament in Italian flanker Sebastian Negri, as he helps us dissect all the incredibly entertaining and controversial action from the final weekend of the campaign. We discuss what's been described as 'the worst red card ever shown' and try to work out why Jaco Peyper was so quick to brandish it, if Rugby is being ruined by the amount of red cards and soft officiating going on, why players are now taking inspiration from football and acting injuries to get their opposition sent off, Sebastian also opens up about how; referee's should be punished for their mistakes and stood down like players are if they don't perform, after Italy experienced another set of bad decisions against Scotland. We discuss how Ireland are the greatest team in the world and also why Sebastian thinks France are overrated and are there for the taking. Seb then takes us through his meteoric rise which has taken him from being chased out of his own farm in Zimbabwe by Mugabe's private army to having his life saved on the pitch by Ellis Genge to scrapping with Owen Farrrell at Twickenham and now to being one of the most sough after players in world rugby. He's a wonderful guest - so please sit back, relax and enjoy.

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