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Outrage over the 'No-scrum' reports

Outrage over the 'No-scrum' reports
Sun 24 May 2020 | 03:10
Outrage over the 'No-scrum' reports
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REACTION: World Rugby’s desperate attempt to save some sort of season has been met with harsh criticism.

According to reports, World Rugby is considering dramatic law changes as a way to get the sport running again in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Times reported that the World Rugby’s Law Review Group has highlighted scrums and mauls as high-risk areas of the game that could be adapted or removed entirely by unions around the world to resume competition.

It is believed that a free-kick could replace scrums, mauls would be removed from the game and line-outs could go uncontested.

However, the idea certainly does not sit well with spectators.

‘Bad idea’, ‘totally ludicrous!’ are just some of the phrases used by Twitter users.

Below are some of the ridicule it received …

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