Wednesday 22 January 2020

Care sees exciting future

Danny Care
Danny Care

If Danny Care is right then some day soon England rugby fans are going to be on their feet at Twickenham cheering try after try.

It may not be on Saturday afternoon when England take on Ireland hoping to record their third consecutive victory in the 2010 RBS 6 Nations. But the Harlequins scrum-half believes England are on the verge of repaying their fans who have kept faith in a team which so far has shown few signs of imagination under manager Martin Johnson.

"At some point it's going to click and we're going to look really good," he said.

"There were times against Wales and also times against Italy. We are building each week and everybody is learning more about each other, such as where they are going to make the little breaks.

"When we do click it could be very exciting to watch. When you put the rose on everybody expects you to win the game and win by 20 or 30 points, but it's such a hard tournament. All the games are tough and you need that bit of luck to score four or five tries."

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