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Passionate England Fan Laments His Fellow Supporters In Hilarious Interview

Passionate England Fan Laments His Fellow Supporters In Hilarious Interview
Colman Stanley
By Colman Stanley
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Yesterday's Six Nations clash at Twickenham between England and Scotland produced one of the great individual tries in the tournament's history from Duhan van der Merwe.

It also gave us one of the great post-game interviews, from a disgruntled England fan, who was in shock over the lack of passion from his fellow supporters.

Speaking with RugbyPass, the man, who admittedly had had a beer or two, was at pains explaining how the Scotland fans had out matched the home supporters.

Were England at home or were Scotland at home, it was a fucking embarrassment.

How can Scotland out sing you at home, it's a fucking embarrassment.

All they do is sit there, do nothing, how can you get out sung at home? It's a fucking joke.

The performance wasn't bad. First of all, Manu Tuilagi, why is he not playing?

The worst thing about England today. It's been the same problem for the last ten years. You sit there and nobody screams anything.

I sit there and I go 'Come On England'. Screaming for my country. You paid so much money. These people sit there and they don't say anything.

I got shouted at today by the people in front of me because I was screaming at them. Are you joking? I'm here to support my country, and people are going 'can you quiet down please'.

A Passionate England Fan After Tough Six Nations Loss To Scotland


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England captain Owen Farrell explained after the game that his side were still getting used to the change up in management after Eddie Jones' sacking.

"We started 11 days ago. There has been massive improvement and I thought we did it in large parts. There is some stuff we need to get better at but we will look at it.


"For now, we will give credit to Scotland for sticking at it like they did. They played well and scored that try in the end but it never felt like we went away, we caused them some problems and we'll make sure we build on it.

"The thing we were gong to do, regardless of the result, was get better and we will do that. There were blips but it felt like we had good energy and were in the fight all the way through."

SEE ALSO: Jamie Heaslip Remains Wary Of An Improving England Side Despite Scotland Loss

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