Andy Goode (Worcester Warriors)

Red Card Embarrassment

Red Card Embarrassment

Red Card Embarrassment

A first-half red card was hardly an ideal return to my old stomping ground of Welford Road.

Not only did it leave my Worcester team mates with the uphill task of playing 50 minutes with only 14 men but it was an embarrassing way to leave a game.

I got sent off by Wayne Barnes in our 43-13 defeat by Leicester after hitting my old team Tom Croft high and late with my arm.

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Lancaster Reminds Me Of Woodward

Lancaster Reminds Me Of Woodward

Lancaster Reminds Me Of Woodward

I see a lot of Clive Woodward in Stuart Lancaster’s short tenure in charge of England.

When Clive first came into the job, he inherited a side that was not playing great rugby.

He quickly galvanised a tight-knit unity within the squad, helped them to develop confidence and a real will to win for each other.

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Win Can Secure Top Flight Rugby For Warriors

Win Can Secure Top Flight Rugby For Warriors

Win Can Secure Top Flight Rugby For Warriors

If we beat Newcastle in tonight’s Aviva Premiership game at Sixways, I reckon we can be pretty sure to be playing top-flight rugby again next season.

Mathematically, there might be a way that Newcastle could catch us but realistically, it would take a disaster on our part to let it slip.

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Andy Goode (Worcester Warriors)

Andy Goode is the fly-half with Aviva Premiership side Worcester Warriors. He has filled the number 10 shirt for England in a career that has also seen him play at Leicester Tigers, Saracens and Brive. Not afraid to express himself, Andy is a great addition to the Living Rugby line up.

Follow his tweets @AndyGoode10

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