England fans blast ‘WAFFLE’ post-match interview with Owen Farrell - Ruck

England fans blast ‘WAFFLE’ post-match interview with Owen Farrell

England fans were less than impressed by the post-match interview with Owen Farrell’s following their 30-29 defeat against Argentina at Twickenham.

One fan wrote: “Owen Farrell with a waffling post match interview: tropes, clichés, inanities, platitudes… nothing.”

Owen Farrell needs to be put out to pasture & play the remaining time of his career in the Premiership & allow the better players in any position he plays in to shine,” said a second.

A third commented: “Owen farrell saying they are building… it’s essentially the same team for years, surely the building should be there…. Needs razing to the ground, coach included and starting again,”


“Owen Farrell don’t do any more interviews, you know we sh**e, the better team won on the day. Both teams had a slippery ball and bad conditions.”

Another wrote: “Owen Farrell really has a lot to learn about captaincy. That post match interview being a case in point. Saying well done Argentina and not looking like you might murder someone, would be a good start,”

Owen Farrell interview


Owen Farrell Facts: 

  1. The Saracens star went to school with England teammate George Ford
  2. His education began in rugby league – he joined Wigan St Patricks at the age of eight
  3. He became the youngest ever player to appear in English professional rugby, making his debut aged 17 and 11 days. This record was later beaten by schoolmate Ford
  4. It’s well known that Owen is the son of Ireland head coach Andy Farrell. However, it’s less commonly know that his uncle Sean O’Loughlin is also a rugby league legend, winning 34 caps for Great Britain between 1993 and 2009
  5. He was not at first registered as a Farrell, but took mum Colleen’s family name of O’Loughlin. The couple married in 1995, changing Owen’s surname to Farrell the following year.

A fans poll has ranked rugby’s five biggest d***heads

We all love to hate. For every force of good there is in rugby union, there is an equal force of bad to provide balance. A yin to their yang. For every hero, a villain.

As much fun as it is to see the sport’s most treasured icons succeed, audiences can sometimes take equal pleasure in seeing a star plummet from the heavens and fall to the depths below.

We’ve ran a poll to discover who, whether it be for their antics on or off the pitch, have developed an unenviable reputation in the game.

Find out the top five below.

#5. Dan Biggar (Wales)

Biggar is the epitome of players you hate until they are on your team.The way the fly-half continues to moan to referees vociferously has seemingly only got worse throughout his career. It got so bad that popular online personality and diehard Scotland fan Glove39 made a video called ‘birdman’ mocking the way in which he always raises his arms in frustration to officials.

Dan Biggar facts:

  1. Biggar has twice been selected to tour with the British and Irish Lions (2017 & 2021)
  2. On 7 December 2015, Biggar won the BBC Cymru Sports Personality of the Year Award
  3. Biggar came through the Ospreys development pathway, having attended Gowerton Comprehensive School in Swansea
  4. The fly-half has his own routine before kicking goals, which fans now call “The Biggarena” after Los Del Rio’s 1995 hit, Macarena