James Haskell has visited Waterstones to finally get revenge on former England teammate Joe Marler as their autobiography war rages on.
In a battle for sales, Marler took to hiding his former teammates book last week after ‘Loose Head: Confessions of an (un)professional rugby player‘ and ‘What a flanker‘ both hit the shelves.
The clip from social media was seriously funny and quickly went viral across Twitter!
However, Haskell has now got revenge on his former international colleague by heading to the bookstore himself.
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1. Lawrence Dallaglio
Although the story regarding the England and Wasps isn’t particularly standout or shocking, it does make him look like a bit of a dick.
Before the 2007 World Cup, he invited Haskell to his hotel room for afternoon tea.
Hask found him ‘reclining on his bed in a fluffy dressing gown, like some ailing monarch.’
After making Haskell pour him a cup of tea, Dallaglio said: “Hask, I’ve been speaking to Brian (Ashton) and we’ve decided to take you to the World Cup.”
Despite spending £50 on the afternoon tea, Haskell left in a state of high excitement.
However, a few weeks later he discovered when the squad was announced and he wasn’t in it. He was never given a reason why by the Wasps captain. Baffling.