We made the mistake of thinking Jona Lomu was a normal player! | Will Carling’s Jersey Tales

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World Rugby published this video item, entitled “We made the mistake of thinking Jona Lomu was a normal player! | Will Carling’s Jersey Tales” – below is their description.

To celebrate his induction into the World Rugby Hall of Fame, we caught up with England legend Will Carling to talk through his Jersey Tales, from captaining England to drinking with their French rivals, and of course, the legendary that is Jonah Lomu, Will Carling overlooks his legendary career.

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