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Kevin Sinfield, England’s defense coach, remains focused on Japan’s pool games in the Rugby World Cup


Sep 14, 2023

Kevin Sinfield, the former captain of the England Rugby League team, led his country during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup held in England. However, Sinfield will not be available for England’s upcoming pool game against Japan in the Rugby World Cup. Despite this, Sinfield is solely focused on the Japan matchup as England aims to secure a spot in the quarter-finals.

England had a challenging start to the tournament, losing three out of their four warm-up games before defeating Argentina in their opening Pool D match. Sinfield acknowledges the difficulties the team faced in August and believes it is important for them to remain grounded in their approach. He expressed respect for Japan as a nation and acknowledges the threat they pose with their talented players and coaching team.

Regardless of the outcome of the upcoming game, Sinfield believes that England has made progress and that it is evident both in their performance and the team dynamics. George Ford was instrumental in England’s win against Argentina, scoring all of the team’s points, while Tom Curry’s red card suspension did not hinder the victory. Sinfield noticed a positive shift in momentum within the squad after the successful game against Argentina.

The competition within the team is fierce, and players are giving their all in training to secure a place in the lineup for future matches. Sinfield highlights the strong spirit within the group and how it is reflected in their work ethic. Both Sinfield and the team are prepared for the challenges that lie ahead.

By Editor

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