Gwlad can exclusively reveal that the Welsh camp has been BLASTED by a split around Warren Gatland’s tactics for the team. One player in particular has been very vocal about the move the ball wide, then go blind, then go blind, then go blind, then go blind, then go blind, then go blind, then kick the ball aimlessly up the field and/or give away a penalty so-called game plan.
The player, who wishes to remain anonymous, poured his heart out to the Top Ten Welsh Rugby Website 1998 Winner. “It’s really frustrating in this system. As a wing, you don’t really get much chance to shine. All I want to do is jink around and score a try by placing the ball down in an unconventional way?” Complained the 34 year old Welsh squad member. “When I think back to when I was growing up in Amman Valley, the boys used to see me playing in the park and they’d go ‘Shane, one day you’ll be playing scrum half for Wales, you just see.’ That made me so proud. And then when I made my debut against France and actually did play for Wales, it was my parents’ turn to feel pride. It was certainly a highlight for the Williams family that night. Even beating my first appearances for the Swansea Ospreys and Neath. Now though, the excitement is a little lost.” complained the 5 foot 7, twice Grand Slam winning British Lion.