Gloucester Rugby

Saracens Back Home at Allianz Park

Sunday 15th September saw us back at Allianz Park for the first home game for Saracens in the 2103/14 season. I had Gloucester down as real contenders for a top 4 place this year; they have some really good English talent with players vying for places in the national team. I always felt that a wounded Gloucester would be more …

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Excellent Sale stun Gloucester, and silence The Shed

Running through the fixtures for week one of the Aviva Premiership and with the exception of Worcester it was harder to find a side with a tougher start than Sale. A trip to Gloucester and Castle Grim was probably not the start Steve Diamond would have wanted. Sale arrived at Kingsholm on the back of one of the most disappointing …

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The 5 Most Passionate Sets of Club Supporters in Europe

Whilst debate my rage on regarding whose more passionate than who, certain groups of fans seem to always sing just that little bit louder, or turn up in slightly larger numbers at away games. Here we look at 5 clubs who we believe to have the most passionate sets of supporters. You can vote for who you think is most …

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Rising Stars – Gloucester

After a strong first season under new Director of Rugby Nigel Davies Gloucester will be hoping to build on last season and push to claim a top 4 spot this year. Much of their good work last season was built around a core of young players who have come through the club and gone on to become regulars in the …

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Guide to the Aviva Premiership 2013/14-Part 1

With the new season lurking over the horizon and the new Premiership arrivals moulding in to their new club set-ups, predictions of this year’s high flyers can now truly begin. With quality English youngsters coming to the fore and a handful of supreme talents switching within or moving into the Premiership we certainly won’t be short of exuberant, extraordinary rugby. …

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