The worlds best openside flanker Richie McCaw explains why it is important for rugby players to spend time focusing on their strengths and not getting lost in their perceived weaknesses. He then identifies the 4 key skills of a loose forward; tackling, clearing out rucks, putting pressure on the opposition breakdown and running with the ball. Explaining how in times of need he goes back to the fundamentals to get back in the game.
Richie McCaw: Dont forget your strengths... Posted about 5 years ago
_Graham Henry on Richie McCaw:_ Very modest and very intelligent with seven straight A's in his first year at university. An outstanding number 7, the only man to win the IRB player of the year on three occasions. He leads by example, he sets objectives, he has the respect of the troops and a great feel for the moment. Up there with Wilson Whineray, Brian Lochore, Graham Mourie, Buck Shelford and Sean Fitzpatrick as one of the great post war captains of New Zealand rugby. He is a very special man.
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