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England coach Matt Proudfoot is rebuilding his career, but can’t help reflecting on the past


Gazing towards Table Mountain from his balcony, Matt Proudfoot lets the sun settle upon his face before he reflects on the turbulent end to his England career. With his home in Cape Town let to long-term tenants, he is staying at a friend’s B&B in Little Bay, or Kleinbaai as it is known to Afrikaners.

‘It’s beautiful,’ he says. ‘Hot. Really hot. 34C today. I’m coming to England for four or five days at the end of the month to sort out my apartment in Barnes, sort out some legalities with the RFU. I’ll put most of my stuff in storage because I’ll come back to the UK eventually.’

A stone’s throw from the white-sand beaches, Proudfoot has turned to surfing as a way to unwind after recent events. The stress around Eddie Jones’s sacking last month — and the…



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