WORCESTER, ENGLAND - MARCH 30: Andy Goode of Worcester Warriors kicks a penalty during the Aviva Premiership match between Worcester Warriors and Exeter Chiefs at Sixways Stadium on March 30, 2013 in Worcester, England.
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Andy Goode: "The fact they had the chance to get Dean Ryan in originally, they are perhaps kicking themselves a bit now."
Andy Goode welcomed the appointment of new Worcester boss Dean Ryan but laments the fact it took Warriors two opportunities to appoint the no-nonsense coach. Ryan will be unveiled as Richard Hill’s successor on Tuesday, while Goode will be moving on to t from The Birmingham Mail Read more »
Quins secure play-off berth
Harlequins secured their place in the Aviva Premiership play-offs thanks to a 42-26 comeback victory at Worcester. The Warriors, who parted company with their head coach Richard Hill earlier this week, were determined to make their final home game of the from Sky Sports Read more »
Dean Ryan confirmed as Worcester Warriors director of rugby follwing departure of Richard Hill
But there will also be some high-profile exits this summer, with England prop Matt Mullan and goal-kicker Andy Goode moving to Wasps, England squad flanker Matt Kvesic joining Gloucester and full-back Errie Claassens being snapped up by Bristol. Ryan wil from The Telegraph Read more »
Goode ruled out of Sarries trip
RULED OUT: Andy Goode will miss the Saracens trip with an ankle injury. WARRIORS will be without first-choice fly-half Andy Goode for Sunday’s Aviva Premiership battle with league-leaders Saracens on the plastic pitch at Allianz Park (3pm). The Wasps-bou from Worcester News Read more »
Goode could be the missing piece for Wasps
WORLD CUP winner Jason Robinson believes Andy Goode could prove the final piece in the Wasps jigsaw following his decision to leave Worcester in time for the start of next season. Wasps have been this season’s surprise package in the Premiership, with th from Bucks Free Press Read more »