RETURN TO ABNORMAL

Irish Daily Mirror|April 28, 2020

RETURN TO ABNORMAL
Lancaster admits it’ll take planning & time to get rugby running again but Blues can be even stronger
MICHAEL SCULLY

THE medical mission over the past few weeks has been to flatten the curve in this Covid-19 crisis.

Stuart Lancaster’s ambition is for Leinster to get ahead of the curve when rugby returns.

But the Blues’ senior coach, who spends some of his time in lockdown at home in Leeds hosting webinars – a recent one involved 1,000 GAA coaches – believes a “baby steps” approach means there will be no swift resumption.

Instead, Lancaster predicts a return to action could take more than SIX weeks after the green light to restart collective training is given.

“It’s hard to get your head around how we’re going to go about playing when there’s so much going on in society,” he admitted.

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April 28, 2020