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Radio Times top 10 rugby union players of all-time list, fans can’t believe

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The Radio Times have ranked the top 10 rugby union players of all-time, and their selection is controversial to say the least.

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Fans can’t believe the Radio Times top 10 rugby union players of all-time list

#10. Antoine Dupont (France)

They wrote: “We know what you’re thinking – it’s far too early to add the award-winning French scrum-half to this greatest of all time list.

“But the Les Bleus’ talisman is undoubtedly leading one of the most exciting teams on the international stage, all while helping to change the perception of the sport.”

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#9. Sergio Parisse (Italy)

They wrote: “With a career spanning over twenty years and five Rugby World Cups, the 39 year old Italian giant is the most-capped player in Guinness Six Nations history – and is still playing for Top 14 team Toulon today.

#8. Bryan Habana (South Africa)

They wrote: “The winger’s total caps exceeded the 100 mark across his illustrious 12-year international career, dotting down 67 tries.

“He also famously equalled Jonah Lomu’s record for the highest number of tries scored at Rugby World Cups (15).”

#7. Gareth Edwards (Wales)

They wrote: “A legendary player in Welsh rugby history, Edwards led a formidable national team which largely dominated the Northern hemisphere

“The hugely talented scrum-half was a gifted playmaker and an all-round sportsman. He’s best known for what is considered one of rugby’s greatest ever tries for the Barbarians against New Zealand at Cardiff Arms Park back in 1973.”