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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Ben Ryan on why South Africa Lions tour hopes are fading – Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby Podcast” – below is their description.
Listen to the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fTtg65pK30&t=10s
Former Fiji sevens coach and Olympic gold medalist Ben Ryan joins Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby podcast to discuss the decreasing likelihood of the upcoming Lions tour going ahead in South Africa.
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Read more – ‘Growing support for Australia to host Lions tour due to prospect of 100 per cent attendance’: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/rugby-union/2021/02/17/exclusive-growing-support-australia-host-lions-tour-due-prospect/
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