Give Scotland the points! Topsy Ojo on French Covid breach| Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby Podcast

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Former England and London Irish wing Topsy Ojo discusses the recent breach of protocol from the French rugby team in the Six Nations and says Scotland should be awarded maximum points.

After making such a strong case for travel restrictions pre tournament have the French shot themselves in the foot?

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