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Sam Burgess slams England squad 'egos' over 2015 World Cup flop

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Sam Burgess slams England squad 'egos' over 2015 World Cup flopSam Burgess has claimed that "individual egos" and "selfish players" contributed to England's painful 2015 World Cup demise.
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