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Are the rules of rugby too complicated?


The game of rugby is often criticised for having overly complicated rules.

Charlie Brooker, a British writer for The Guardian newspaper in the UK, says it is "just incoherent; way too chaotic to follow."

"Half the time the action resembles some kind of scrum. And the ball doesn't even bounce properly. Also: are they supposed to be fighting each other or not? Literally no one involved seems to know."

All the rules of rugby too complicated? Here is the latest selection of Your Views:

- NZ Herald

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