Equally, just because we criticise England for being absolutely awful, doesn’t mean we don’t recognise what worthy winners Scotland were. My only criticism of Scotland is they should have won by a lot more!Without wishing to be at all political, I do think it is hard for non-Scottish people to understand how much it means to Scots when Scotland (10% of the population of England) wins anything competitive against England. It's just like Canadians and Americans or Portuguese and Spanish I suspect. I do not have an 'anti-English' bone in my body, and I honestly don't think many Scots do. But being such minnows and underdogs, you should not begrudge us the once in 38 years celebration . It really - really - doesn't mean we don't love you, and we are very well aware that it may not happen again for the next 38 years.
I very much doubt it. Dour Ireland and a welsh team that plays old scarlets attacking rugby with no steel core like defences of old, Then again maybe ideal for the neutral.I really hope Wales Ireland is a better spectacle.
Hmmm maybe for the English supporter. But for the Scot or the neutral, it had us on the edge of our seats. I won't rub it in any further.Well done to Scotland for beating what was put in front of them, excellent game management (although a really poor game of rugby) I think the saracens debacle has come home to roost