The Six Nations Could Be Set To Undergo A Radical Format Change
World Rugby chief Bernard Lapasset has suggested that the Six Nations might be about to undergo a radical format change.
In recent times many have argued for either the outright inclusion of Georgia in the Six Nations, or at least, a system of relegation and promotion be created between it and the second tier European Nations Cup.
In an interview with French news site, Sport 24, Lapasset, has argued that the winners of the European Nations Cup should at least be given the opportunity to play off for a position in the Six Nations.
We need to change the format of the 6 Nations Championship. If it wants to look to the future, the competition should open up.
With a system or relegation and promotion. Either direct or via a play-off.
Do you agree with his comments?
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