It’s all part of my long-term rugby investment programme

Ian Brady

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My three-year-old son has just had his first rugby lesson. I know what you’re thinking – late starter.

Not really. We’ve been practising drop kicks and diving on the ball since he could walk, so he’s already got a few of the fundamentals under his belt.

He’s also inherited my over-sized rugby thighs and a broad set of shoulders; Mother Nature has played her part too.

It’s impossible to get tickets to international matches at Twickenham, so this is all part of my 20-year investment programme.

Yes, I’ll be proud as he trots out on to the hallowed turf to represent his country.

But, more importantly, I’ll be able to get a good seat at a reasonable price.

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