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Welsh rugby faces 'minefield' says rugby writer Graham Clutton

Welsh rugby is a "laughing stock" in the sport, despite being the current Six Nations champions, says a rugby writer, who predicts a "minefield ahead".

Graham Clutton, sports writer for the Telegraph, said the continuing lack of agreement between Wales' rugby regions and the Welsh Rugby Union is overshadowing the team's achievements on the pitch.

Wales' rugby regions have failed to meet the Welsh Rugby Union's 31 December deadline to reach a new legal agreement over the game's future.

Clutton spoke to Felicity Evans at Radio Wales.

Regions refuse to meet WRU deadline

  • 01 Jan 2014
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