Just only 22, England flanker Tom Curry has turned a leader for Eddie Jones’ team. The Sale Sharks flanker had a breakthrough in season 2016/17. And made his Twickenham bow in an uncapped game. That played against Barbarians in May 2017, after twin brothers. Ben had reserved due to a back spasm. Rugby fans can book England Rugby World Cup Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.
The following month Tom has played the first Test against Argentina in San Juan five days before his nineteenth birthday. And become the youngest player which starts at flanker for England in 1912 – only the great Jonny Wilkinson has been the youngest debutant on behalf of England.
Tom started every game of 2019, with 6 nations scoring tries against Wales and Scotland. He was part of England’s squad that reached the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. He was nominated for the World Rugby player of the year due to his performance.
DID YOU KNOW? Tom Curry studied at Oundle School, where the teacher in charge of rugby was his uncle and he was prior England international, John Olver.
TOM CURRY: ALL-TIME BACK-ROW
Blindside-flanker: Richard Hill (England)
The flanker was “first on the team-sheet,” on the behalf of Martin Johnson and Sir Clive Woodward and Appreciated by Jeremy Guscott for his “work rate”, it is no wonder the forward scored too many points.
TC: “I have to go Hilly. He has to be in our team as a mentor growing up from 15. His reputation and how good he was as a player, I think he would be really fun to play with.”
Openside-flanker: David Pocock (Australia)
Zimbabwe-born flanker, who capped 83 times over 11_years, hung up his shoes earlier this year following a stellar career.
Curry said: “Watching him a lot, he’s approximately the person I have tried to match most. Also not just as a player, I would love to have been around him as a bloke during his training regime. It always looked severe.
“An incredible player. ”
Number 8: Lawrence Dallaglio (England)
An important part of the World Cup_ winning squad 13 years ago. His attachment with the badge is also shown at club level, with 227 appearances for Wasps.
Curry said: “Dallaglio was a big player for us rising and our Dad loved him. His capability at eight and his physical carrying. I consider would make this back-row surely exciting. Possibly little of a boring answer.
“The only other choice would be Sebastien Chabal. He was probably the first person we idolized as Sale followers. When we moved to the North West.”
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