I’ve said this all along! The reporting by the BBC has been nothing short of a disgracemoto748 wrote: ↑Sun Nov 13, 2022 1:03 pm I've enjoyed watching the WC very much, but unfortunately England just didn't show the organisation they'd shown in previous matches, and you can't deny that Samoa were the better side on the day.
I am only saddened by the lack of interest, across social media and beyond. Six o'clock BBC News covered England Women losing at Union away in NZ (and why not, don't get me wrong), but never mentioned an England men's team playing in a World Cup semi-final.
I guess it comes down to the lack of international rugby in league. If England fall at the penultimate fence in the Six Nations, nobody gets too upset, cos they'll get another go next year. In league, England lose, and that's it for three years, and there's wailing and gnashing of teeth.
They’ve covered, in all the news regarding World Cup sports these last few weeks, rugby Union, football womens Rugby Union every other sport but Rugby League!!
Apologies if any errors in my posts only got the use of my non dominant hand & I’m on morphine