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Rugby Betting: Mallinder wants Corbisiero and North to impress
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 3 September 2013 01:27
Jim Mallinder, Northampton director of rugby, wants to see British and Irish Lions stars Alex Corbisiero and George North reproduce their great form for Saints, and many rugby betting fans would also like to see these players shine for the club.
Price per head services saw that the players were two of the star performers on the winning tour to Australia and their arrival at Franklin’s Gardens is a huge coup for the squad.
Throughout the match, North – who’s a favourite with many fans that enjoy making a rugby bet – proved to be the Lions’ most dangerous back, scoring a very impressive solo try in the first Test, and rugby betting fans saw that the scrummaging skill of injury call-up Corbisiero was key in the series win over Australia.
Mallinder and many rugby betting fans saw the events in Australia unfold with delight as his decision to sign players was justified, even though he demanded that they also deliver for Northampton.
“We watched the Lions tour with excitement, seeing what George and Alex accomplished,” said Mallinder.
“They’re good signings on paper and the important thing for us is that they’re good players for Northampton. That’s the challenge we face.
“George had a really good tour, not just the odd top game. In every game he played he had a massive impact. We’re hoping he can do that for us.
“Corbisiero is a bright bloke who loves to talk about the scrum. He’s very enthusiastic about it. On top of that, he’s also a very good player. That’s the type of player we want.
“You can’t just have scrummages now, they have to be able to do other things around the field. That’s one of the advantages of Corbisiero.”
Rugby betting fans and pay per head services found out that Mallinder denies the recruitment of Corbisiero, and North raised expectations at Northampton, who ended up being defeated 37-17 in the Premiership final last season.
“I don’t personally feel the pressure is any greater now. The Northampton faithful are quite demanding, they know their rugby and they want success,” he continued.
“The pressure and expectation is always there. We’ve made six finals in six years, so we’re doing something right.
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“But everyone at the club is motivated to go that one step further and win something major.”
Price per head services will see how these players continue to perform, and and their progress in the sport will be very closely followed by fans all over the world, especially those who enjoy making a rugby bet.