Manu Tuilagi smashes Tom Williams

Top14 player imposter!

JDV smashed by Benoit August

The Northampton Saints 30m scrum!

Bastareaud huge hit on Rory Lamont

All Blacks skills - Pt 2 In the backyard

Trinh-Duc sets up Harinordoquy try

Wales vs England 1999

Greg Holmes great hit on Francois Louw

Sunday, February 01, 2009

Why I Love Rugby 2

From the amateur to the professional, each and every rugby player is part of 'something special'. We are all in it for different reasons, many of which we hope to pay tribute to in a second edition of 'Why I Love Rugby'.

The second edition is back with more of the speed, skill, blood, guts and raw emotion that the first edition brought.

We look at this as a free for all series with which we hope to encompass all that is great about rugby. Why I Love Rugby 2 is shorter than the first edition, but we hope that the quality and explosiveness of each clip can identify with everyone on some level.

With the 2009 British & Irish Lions Tour edging ever closer, Rugbydump felt that a nod to Ian McGeechan was more than appropriate. Impending Lions tour aside, we may well have included McGeechan's profound words anyway, as they epitomize the essence of rugby.

The sport means different things to different people, but for all us, to some degree, it is an opportunity of self-expression and perhaps more importantly, a good time.

Wherever you go, whatever you do, be proud to be part of a global family of rugby men and women that have in common, if nothing else, a love for a very special game.

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  • Cool video!

    By Anonymous Iain, at February 01, 2009 5:02 pm  

  • it was something different..
    thanks RD

    By Anonymous Alain, at February 01, 2009 5:03 pm  

  • Brilliant!

    By Anonymous Sharpy, at February 01, 2009 5:24 pm  

  • wow, it is a really really great video

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 5:25 pm  

  • A lump in the throat there.

    By Anonymous Adedayo Adebayo, at February 01, 2009 5:28 pm  

  • oww. what a great video. exciting. thanks rugby dump.

    By Blogger gperioto, at February 01, 2009 5:35 pm  

  • Amazing video !

    Less amazing and a bit off topic but I just had to react to that: Carter's season is over after he couldn't get up after the last tackle of Stade Français-Perpignan, the nature of the injury is still not known exactly but it has something to do with his achilles, he's out for 6 months at least.
    USAP payed 700,000€ for 3 games, I'm disgusted to say the least... Perpignan really seems to be doomed this season, every player that played 10 for them suffered from a serious injury so far. Before Carter arrived, they had to put a scrum half as a 10... I assume they'll have to do it again, until he gets hurt and they'll have to put a hooker there xD

    By Anonymous Ben, at February 01, 2009 5:40 pm  

  • great video :)

    By Anonymous josiah-7, at February 01, 2009 6:04 pm  

  • Northern Hemispehre rugby certainly not special at the moment, but Ian McGeechan is enthralling as a rugby player I would love to be at his trainings and play for him as my coach.
    Massive test for the lions vs South Africa, and surely no one better to lead em.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 6:08 pm  

  • Awesome, i really really liked that.

    dont get me wrong, i do love watching huge hits and punch ups etc (im aware its the darker side of the game but its still good to watch) but this was just a "what rugby is all about video"......well, what we want people to think its all about, luckily it didnt involve the after game drinking and all that in the club house afterwards.....

    By Anonymous No.5, at February 01, 2009 6:18 pm  

  • Awesome!

    I'm very proud to be part of the Rugby family as an amature player and passionate fan of the sport!

    Cheers from Brazil!

    By Anonymous Raul, at February 01, 2009 6:34 pm  

  • pure class. touching video.

    so true about mcgeechan's speech. the majority of the world may not have cared about the 1997 lions tour (outside of rugby people) but to those guys and those watching it was special. especially for the players who knew what they had to give up to get that oppertunity.

    heres to special days and heres to rd. cheers!

    By Anonymous bigox, at February 01, 2009 7:16 pm  

  • live love breath bleed this wonderful sport.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 7:17 pm  

  • rd is godly. what a vid

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 7:30 pm  

  • im getting all emotional and passionate after that superb piece of film making. Brilliant work RD

    By Anonymous RuckOff, at February 01, 2009 7:45 pm  

  • We, rugby players and fans, are different, we are special...

    Thank you, all the people that develop this amazing blog

    Cumps from Portugal.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 7:52 pm  

  • great video, made the hairs on my arm stand up, and gave me that special feeling inside!!

    By Anonymous tann13, at February 01, 2009 8:02 pm  

  • Could watch the scottish try all day

    By Anonymous Brennie, at February 01, 2009 8:37 pm  

  • Is that mickey skinner's hit on marc cecillon? My dad tells me I watched that game when i was about 18 months old, i've never seen it since but i've always wanted to see it

    By Anonymous Lank Lankusson, at February 01, 2009 8:43 pm  

  • i really liked the video


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 8:46 pm  

  • Brilliant!

    By Anonymous Eric, at February 01, 2009 8:58 pm  

  • Great stuff!!
    and ben makes a great point about carter & perpignian

    By Anonymous donald sinclair, at February 01, 2009 9:36 pm  

  • I keep posting as anonymous, have to get that sorted.

    This is fantastic, I'm a little tipsy, but it was emotive.

    I'm out of the game at the moment, for the first time in 14 years and it's the hardest thing I've had to do.

    This just makes me want to get fit that much faster.

    BoB Mudd.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 9:39 pm  

  • excellant video guys really inspiring!!


    By Anonymous Whispers, at February 01, 2009 9:49 pm  

  • great vid RD

    By Blogger boomshanka, at February 01, 2009 10:14 pm  

  • Excelent video! Thanks!

    Cheers from Uruguay

    By Anonymous Rafael, at February 01, 2009 11:05 pm  

  • wow thank you RD.

    This is why i love rugby

    not just the hits and the runs, but the fans!
    thanks for reminding me that old friend.


    By Anonymous brian, at February 01, 2009 11:23 pm  

  • wow thank you RD.

    This is why i love rugby

    not just the hits and the runs, but the fans!
    thanks for reminding me that old friend.


    By Anonymous brian, at February 01, 2009 11:25 pm  

  • wow thank you RD.

    This is why i love rugby

    not just the hits and the runs, but the fans!
    thanks for reminding me that old friend.


    By Anonymous brian, at February 01, 2009 11:25 pm  

  • O' Connell really is the best second row in the world. what a lineout

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 11:32 pm  

  • This is a great video. Thank you for uploading it.

    But is there any way, as I know it's been done in the past, of posting a link on RD to download the video (I don't know who made it, so it may not be possible)?

    By Anonymous elliot, at February 01, 2009 11:35 pm  

  • excellent video, makes me want to fix my shoulder even more than ever and get back out onto the pitch - been out for 8weeks thus far!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 01, 2009 11:44 pm  

  • "Northern Hemisphere rugby certainly not special at the moment"

    Erm...excuse me? Clearly you don't watch very much rugby. I can understand this statement if it is based on French Rugby. But there are English, Welsh and Scottish teams who have been pumping all the best French teams all season.
    Id like to see how well the Super 14 teams did in the Heineken Cup or Premiership. A few would do well, most would do really shit!

    Great video though :)

    By Anonymous dr, at February 01, 2009 11:50 pm  

  • Brilliant sequel. Both videos really do sum up why I love rugby! Hope for more in the future.

    By Anonymous Jack, at February 02, 2009 12:23 am  

  • just put BoB Mudd in the name/url option, you don't have to put a url

    By Anonymous to BoB Mudd, at February 02, 2009 12:29 am  

  • i love those kind of speeches...30 years from now you'll see each other on the street and it'll just be a look.....incredible!

    By Blogger poccio, at February 02, 2009 1:21 am  

  • "Northern Hemisphere rugby certainly not special at the moment"

    Erm...excuse me? Clearly you don't watch very much rugby. I can understand this statement if it is based on French Rugby. But there are English, Welsh and Scottish teams who have been pumping all the best French teams all season.
    Id like to see how well the Super 14 teams did in the Heineken Cup or Premiership. A few would do well, most would do really shit!

    What a load of bollocks. The NH teams got dominated at home in the novemeber tours against SH teams which were experimenting with new players and tactics. Against the SH giants at home, the NH teams have absolutley no chance.
    As usual the SH teams are continuing to forge ahead, new tactics, new standards and more intense rugby. Meanwhile the NH teams beat each other and pat themselves on the back before crashing back to reality against the top sides from down south.
    The S14 teams are of a generally higher standard than any European club sides, though the gap is narrowing. However, this is due not to the development of good NH players but rather the massive influx of good SH players into those clubs. Take away the SH stars and the NH clubvs would be average at best.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 02, 2009 1:57 am  

  • great vid RD - well done

    Thanks !!

    By Anonymous jamestheconvict, at February 02, 2009 2:38 am  

  • and Anonymous above my first post - mate you are 100% spot on

    NH fans just dont wish to see the reality - point to note - you will get all kinds of vitriol pointed your way now.

    Take it as a compliment that you have hit the truth - and that the truth is always hard to swallow


    By Anonymous jamestheconvict, at February 02, 2009 2:42 am  

  • There is an advert in my country (Argentina) that represents rugby and the spirit of those who play.

    I invite you to see it. Its have been translated (not 100% well but).. see it



    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 02, 2009 3:38 am  

  • how can there not be a single video of the springboks on attack on there!!!! but its still pretty good

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 02, 2009 5:53 am  

  • niiiice

    By Blogger Don, at February 02, 2009 8:52 am  

  • Superb. Love the clip with the Rathbone (I think..?) tackle from the side..

    Great vid. Pure class.

    By Anonymous FrankyH, at February 02, 2009 9:17 am  

  • Aaaahh always nice to see the tony stanger try against england 1990. I was at that game and if ever a match had every emotion it was this one from the moment david sole led the scots out slowly walking every man with the same steely look in his eye too the first drive when finlay calder took the ball up and crunched into think it was mickey skinner with 3 scots backing him up and driving him another 10 yards to that infamous stanger try oooohhhhh never forget it! Oops sorry folks getting a bit carried away here cheers RD great vid and good luck too the lions.

    By Anonymous roddymac, at February 02, 2009 10:36 am  

  • By the way does anyone know when the lions squad will be announced? Is it after the 6 nations?

    By Anonymous roddymac, at February 02, 2009 10:39 am  

  • well done RD!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 02, 2009 11:01 am  

  • great video.

    Shame you put Ceri Sweeney in after Ian said something inspirational...


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 02, 2009 12:05 pm  

  • "Against the SH giants at home, the NH teams have absolutley no chance"

    So you havent really presented any arguement there at all if u had read my comment correctly.

    The important parts being "SH giants" and "AT HOME" that wouldn't be much use if u were comparing North Vs South in General as the original comment was. U cant make a sweeping a statement like "Northern Hemispehre rugby certainly not special at the moment" with nothing to back it up.

    Just cos some SH team beat some NH touring teams doesnt mean anything. a) they are a tour team and b)you are playing at home

    SH and NH rugby are very different games just now. in my opinion the SH if better to watch and creates better players but the NH is the more complete game.

    Anyway, Ill be in NZ in a few weeks so im sure this wont be the last time ill have this discussion. The problem is (I think) that we watch alot more of your rugby than you do of ours, so you are still living off negative stereotypes. Admit it tho, there are some really shit teams in the super 14.

    By Anonymous dr, at February 02, 2009 12:23 pm  

  • oh and to anonymous...

    I was talking about club rugby, not international. And it is only the SH teams that are allowed to be experimenting with new team structures, positions and players?
    Thats what the autumn internationals are for...they are for little else actually.

    Also...did your precious All Blacks not almost get beaten by a certain Irish club team??

    I find you guys amusing,ur like the borders teams here in Scotland. You think u "own rugby" funny stuff. get a grip! (who's gonna swear at me first? you know u want to) ;)

    By Anonymous dr, at February 02, 2009 12:34 pm  

  • ^ Lets not tarnish this amazing video with out of place mudslinging on the NH vs SH debate?
    Take it elsewhere please?
    My two cents.. arguing on the internet is like running in the special olympics - even if you win, you're still retarded. nuff said about that.

    Emotional vid for me, with it being about the sport itself - regardless of where you come from. Makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up each time I watch it - and it's been more than a few times already. Awesome work.

    By Anonymous Shaft, at February 02, 2009 1:07 pm  

  • it does truly show the raw emotion we like to play with.

    By Anonymous evnz, at February 02, 2009 1:16 pm  

  • Yeah, ur right...sorry


    "arguing on the internet is like running in the special olympics - even if you win, you're still retarded"

    Mate..WTF! Way to try and take the moral high ground and then fall off a cliff near summit!

    Like Einstein once said "their are only two things that are Infinite, the Universe and Human ignorance, and I'm not sure about the Universe"

    By Anonymous dr, at February 02, 2009 3:23 pm  

  • great video!!!!
    thanks RD
    the team that best shows the real rugby spirit are the pumas.

    By Anonymous eel pancho, at February 02, 2009 3:34 pm  

  • I like Os' look after he gets skinned by the Aussie back. AS fat prop, I know precisely how he feels.

    By Anonymous FatBaggers, at February 02, 2009 4:57 pm  

  • lol dr, point made though, which is all I was after ;)

    By Anonymous Shaft, at February 02, 2009 4:57 pm  

  • Should have been more clips of shane williams :D
    But good vid!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 02, 2009 5:37 pm  

  • Amazing video it makes me mad that i cant play yet!!! HURRY UP SEASON!!!!

    By Blogger Anthony, at February 02, 2009 5:56 pm  

  • cracker video, loved first 1 too, gr8 wrk RD keep thm coming

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 02, 2009 6:41 pm  

  • that is fucking awesome, top work fellas

    By Blogger Rod, at February 02, 2009 7:24 pm  

  • Hej Don't often comment, but would like to say that this was a great clip. Really bring the gooseflesh out on you. Well Done!

    By Anonymous Roger, at February 02, 2009 8:18 pm  

  • quality

    By Anonymous uscanrugby, at February 02, 2009 11:27 pm  

  • Any chance on this being available for download?

    By Anonymous bill, at February 03, 2009 12:20 am  

  • Hey there's nothing wrong with a bit of deabte to pass the time.
    Dr, firstly, SH rugby is basically the tri-nations and the Islands, plus Argentina. However, since the vast majority of Argie players play in the NH, their rugby can hardly be classified as SH rugby, though obviously, technically it is.
    The Islands will always struggle, cuz of small populations, weak economies and lack of funding.
    The tri-nations are well ahead of all the NH teams, without doubt.
    We smashed you away and at home.
    Wales was the only team to beat one of the big three, on the back of official Aussie hater Alan Lewis' reffing preformance. That's in an entire year, dozens of games, home and away.
    The S14 teams are rubbish? Based on what? They get beat by other S14teams? That just means they aren't any good relative to those other S14 teams.
    Your club sides are getting alot better, but again that's because of the ridiculously massive influx of SH coaches and players into the NH competitions. Take away those players and coaches and the top NH club sides would be a whole lot crapper. Guess where these SH players and coaches that the NH clubs are so desperate to sign come from? That's right, the S14.
    How is the NH a more complete game when you lack some of the skills that the SH teams have? I'd call it far less ambitious and creative, less intense. If I was being cruel I'd call it largely 10-man forward pack rugby. Limited and lacking in scope. There are exceptions of course, Wales play a more expansive game and France used to, while some of the club sides also throw it around more, with the aid of their SH players.
    one of the maina reas of weakness with the NH sides is the lack of physicality in the tackles. They just aren't as tough and mean as the SH sides.
    And we don't own rugby, the spread of the game in Europe over the last couple decades is nothing short of remarkable and fantastic for the game. Doesn't mean you can play as well as us yet though, but you'll get there one of these days. A change in attitude is needed though.
    And as a kiwk once said, "Sure you invented rugby, we just taught you how to play it."

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2009 1:47 am  

  • pure cheddar

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2009 2:21 am  

  • as for the whole NH/SH debate, to say SH is a more physical game is crazy, many SH players comment on teh physicality of the NH game being a step up from the usual SH match. the SH do produce some teams that play brilliant rugby tho, the sharks, blues and canes are all pretty entertaining teams. id say theres not much in it, i think the NH sides are probably on the whole better, but SH are alot more homegrown and have more freedom, less relegation pressure etc.
    as for this video, amazing
    mcgeehan has to be the martin luther king of rugby speeches

    By Anonymous caucau's no.1 fan, at February 03, 2009 3:10 am  

  • Anonymous is spot on - you all know it

    time to face reality - you will learn more from facing up to it

    this is the best !! Ha ha ha

    And as a kiwk once said, "Sure you invented rugby, we just taught you how to play it.

    By Anonymous jamestheconvict, at February 03, 2009 4:43 am  

  • by the way

    has anyone ever counted the number of Islanders playing in Europe ??

    Massive numbers - hang on they are SH aren't they ?

    i swear there are sooooo many playing in good clubs - the NZ/OZ players who do this - do this because they cant get SH contracts in the S14

    Did Fiji beat Wales in RWC07 ??? Argentina finished 3rd didnt they ?

    By Anonymous jamestheconvict, at February 03, 2009 4:46 am  

  • to clarify - the NZ/OZ islanders (of island heritage) - who are NZ/OZ citizens - who do this - do so because they cant get S14 contracts

    there are plenty i assure you who if they could get a s14 contract - with the chance to play for NZ/OZ i assure you they would still be here

    and we would have an even better competition - but unfortunatley the current S14 setup is limited due to not enough population to grow it.

    hence the japan market being a future option for inclusion

    if they did include the Pacific Islands which they have talked about- your comps would be screwed - ha ha ha ha

    By Anonymous jamestheconvict, at February 03, 2009 4:50 am  

  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/english/7850062.stm

    I'm sorry, I didn't know where else to post it, it made me angry!!

    A formula to make a good team... just like that.

    J Davis talks the most sense, am I being unreasonable in saying that M Johnson should not be taking a brunt of of abuse after, what 7 months in charge with only the autumn internationals?

    Much as I hate to admit it the N. Hemisphere has been tagging along for a while... Auckland grid, square drill...?

    I hope that the coming six nations is a cracking tournament... and more importantly I can witness another England victory... in 7 matches I've witnessed one. This includes the embarrassing losses to Wales and Scotland last year. They were better teams, but they shouldn't have had a look in!

    However, more than this I hope that the lions tour is a success, it's about bloody time!!

    By Anonymous BoB Mudd, at February 03, 2009 5:08 am  

  • Oh yeah and I'm rather proud of the fact that last night in the quiz, 5 world cup tournament appearances... Brian Lima... COME ON!

    By Anonymous BoB Mudd, at February 03, 2009 5:10 am  

  • Jesus, some people just don't know how to set their egos aside, simply enjoy a good rugby video, and relay their appreciation to the poster.

    Instead, someone starts a stupid debate about NH/SH rugby that has no place here.

    By Anonymous Ian McGeechan, at February 03, 2009 5:54 am  

    NH more physical! NH clubs better overal!!!!
    Absurdity of the highest order!
    You must think that the guys who play for the top three SH nations don't come from S14 or something!
    Suddenyl they are better than their NH counterparts, but only at international level? Not club level, where they are crap, but suddenly at international level they become remarkably better players? Lote Tuqiri, Dan Carter, Matt Giteau, Brian Habana, a hundred more, all crap at S14 level, suddenly awesome at international level? Ridiculous.
    It's less physical in the north, as evidence by your constant dishing out of cards for what would be considered perfectly legitimate tackles in the south and your obsession with calling any tackle where a player loses his feet a spear tackle or (and this isn't even a real term in the rules) a 'dump tackle'.
    Weak as piss mate, you northern types.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2009 6:27 am  

  • As a rugby player whose domestic season is about to begin this video epitomises so much about whats good in rugby. I particularly loved the clips of the dudes huddled together after a long hard training session because goddamit soccer/basketball or wadeva shitty sport out there will never understand the physicality and the sacrfice rugby players make on the field.
    Great speech my Mcgeechan really, and fantastic music, it was really a terrific clip.

    Dont really see the point of the debate NH vs SH in the context of this video which is supposed to show just how awesome this sport is at any level, although really after the Autumn Series i think it is pretty blatant

    By Anonymous Jeff, at February 03, 2009 10:14 am  

  • this video just epitomises everything i love about rugby. gave me those pre match butterflies

    As to the NH/SH debate i think this petty arguing ruins the context in which the video is meant in the sense that rugby is a sport that brings people together so creating a divide in the comments section is a bit strange

    Although even though i am from scotland i would have to say that a higher standard of rugby is played in the southern hemisphere as is evident from the recent autumn internationals and most matches played between SH/NH teams

    By Anonymous tom, at February 03, 2009 1:02 pm  

  • Video made by a true artist :))

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2009 5:44 pm  

  • a 1:18 si vede la differenza: Os du Rand sbaglia e si incazza con se stesso. Niente arbitri, niente guardalinee, niente simulazioni... solo se stesso!

    At 1:18 you can see the difference: Os du Randt misses a tackle and he pissed off with himself!
    No referees, neither touch judges, no fake injuries... just with himeself!

    By Blogger MadDog, at February 03, 2009 6:28 pm  

  • Good eye, MadDog...that was a pretty good observation. We've all been there and missed a tackle and had that feeling of self-disappointment.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2009 7:08 pm  

  • Yup, that's why I play and watch rugby.


    By Anonymous Rob, at February 03, 2009 8:53 pm  

  • Awesome video guys, liking the geechs speech too.. can't wait for the lions vs south africa, its gonna be a humdinger!!

    As for the NH/SH debate, there is a difference but i don't think there is as much as everyone is making out!! i love southern hemispher rugby i follow the crusaders alot there, for me they seem to sum up the southern hemisphere rugby! As for Northern Hemisphere we got a little bit to go but alot of the northen teams also need clarity!!

    also is there going to be a 6 nations preview on here!?!

    Much love to all southern and northern hemisphere rugby fans!

    By Anonymous Abs7, at February 04, 2009 3:27 pm  

  • The picture of the two lockers in the air is just amazing, It's a splendid video in which we clearly understand the rugby spirit.

    By Anonymous Loïc, at February 04, 2009 6:34 pm  

  • i am 16 years old and loving rugby. i sleep eat breath rugby . but watching this makes me wont to play at any oppertunity i can. mcgeechan he is too isparational !!

    By Anonymous Dean12, at February 04, 2009 6:37 pm  

  • Soo*

    By Anonymous Dean12, at February 04, 2009 9:45 pm  

  • awesome video, awesome song... really enjoyed it!

    By Blogger captainmo, at February 04, 2009 11:47 pm  

  • Does anyone know where to find a copy of that speech? The speech is what made that video so "special" to me... McGeechan is a legend.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 05, 2009 1:10 am  

  • I couldn't have put into words why I love rugby as well as you put it into this video, as you already know. I've watched it many a time and it still has the same impact as it did the first. Keep them coming.
    And no worries, just enough drama.

    By Anonymous Posty, at February 05, 2009 2:35 am  

  • Think I got the hang of this now, but can we get a system for RD regulars... within the site.

    The people I've been reading, admittedly not read them all, but is the idea of this post to try and unite? As a player/fan in England I can see the virtue of our game but how is the SH game any worse? The national teams are still better than ours, in general, and certainly in England we still run Aukland grid at Junior level.

    Be grateful for the sport given and the advances gained. Just hope the sport doesn't head the way of football in the professional era.

    BoB Mudd.

    By Anonymous BoB Mudd, at February 05, 2009 4:15 am  

  • great2 video!!

    By Blogger Murshidi dan Marahaini, at February 05, 2009 10:36 am  

  • I'm out for the rest of the season with a broken ankle and the video showed me what I'm missing and what I'm looking forward to next season. Thanks RD

    By Anonymous Ed, at February 06, 2009 12:09 pm  

  • that was amazing! Honestly a brilliant video, cannot wait to get back on the pitch...it's like the advert to go and play it makes u mega excited and you just wanna get back out there and play!!!

    By Anonymous Will, UK, at February 06, 2009 8:37 pm  

  • where can i find the first vid of "why i love rugby"?? cheers...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 08, 2009 10:40 am  

  • fantastic video! gave me goose bumps listening too McGeechans speech!

    By Anonymous mike, at March 01, 2009 3:14 pm  

  • Got to be the best rugby vid ive seen.. ever... and ive seen a lot

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 16, 2009 5:54 pm  

  • which is that speech talking about how special the players are, etc etc.. what are the exactly words??

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 17, 2009 3:21 pm  

  • Can anyone please write what mcgeechan says in the video so i can translate to portuguese?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 23, 2009 5:00 pm  

  • brilliant video.

    gave me a buzz, really showed me how i much i love the game.

    thanks RD. :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 23, 2009 5:19 pm  

  • Something like this:

    "Thirty years from now you will meet each other in the street, and there will just be a look, and you will know just how special some days in your life are.

    On that field sometimes today, all it will be, between you, is a look, that will say everything. And the biggest thing it will say is: you are special. You are very, very special.

    Go out, enjoy it, remember how you have got here and why and be special for the rest of your lives."

    By Anonymous Glorz, at March 24, 2009 3:28 am  

  • Best Video ever put on RD THANKS U!ID LOVE TO SEE MORE!

    By Blogger delboy, at March 27, 2009 2:20 pm  

  • The music, the speach, images that made me inlove with this sport...
    Almost dropped a tear...

    By Anonymous cb_schish, at March 30, 2009 12:39 am  

  • Ian McGeechan looks and seems so emotional when he speaks on the 97South Africa lions tour
    great vid

    By Anonymous luxi, at June 21, 2009 4:11 pm  

  • i want to download it, please

    By Blogger colo, at July 08, 2009 4:35 am  

  • My Favorite vid on RugbyDump!

    By Anonymous AmerikaLock, at November 21, 2009 5:08 am  

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