Mako Vunipola England players told to switch off phones before Rugby World Cup games

Mako Vunipola England players told to switch off phones before Rugby World Cup games

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England’s rugby stars signed a document confirming they understood rugby’s ‘no-betting’ regulations before the Rob Howley scandal blew up.

Scrum coach Neal Hatley revealed the squad’s shock last night that Wales legend Howley could have fallen foul of such strict rules.

He told how the squad sat through a presentation given by World Rugby’s integrity unit then had to confirm they fully understood the protocol.

“We had every person – players and management – in the room and were told what is expected and what is not accepted,” said Hatley.

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England scrum coach Neal Hatley

“It couldn’t be any clearer for us as a group. And just to be sure a document goes around that gets signed to say you’ve heard and understood everything.”

During the 20-minute sit-down Eddie Jones’ players, who had already been warned of the perils of gambling before leaving for Japan, were instructed to switch

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