How to crack professional rugby according to an All Blacks player and coach

All Blacks coach Scott Robertson has played alongside and coached some pretty talented rugby players over the past few decades and has a pretty good idea of what it takes to make it in professional rugby. “The players with the right mindset will always find a way to succeed in rugby and often they aren’t the players that standout at schoolboy level,” Robertson told Rugby News.  “Sometimes it takes guys a little longer to develop and to get the best out of themselves but when they get things right on and off the field, then at a certain age, things seem to click for them.  “At the Crusaders, we had a number of great examples of guys who joined us a few years after leaving school. A lot of front rowers and forwards in general need a bit longer because they still need to grow into their bodies” Robertson made 22 appearances for the All Blacks as a backrower and played in New Zealand and Europe before turning his attention to coaching.  He coached the New Zeal
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