Clive Woodward
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"Sir Clive Ronald Woodward" Order of the British Empire/OBE is an English former rugby union player and coach (sport)/coach. He was coach of the team from 1997 to 2004, managing them to victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup.

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A lot of this game is about the attitude shown by players, and the attitude this week has been immense. You need a real mind set when you're playing the French in their own back yard. The guys are really looking forward to it.

It's a happy changing room but we came here to win, not to come second.

After matches you want people to go straight in front of the cameras and the media and it's a highly-charged atmosphere so you have to be careful.

In the cold light of day we need to see how we played technically and tactically, this is going to be the make or break of this tour.

We have a huge amount of respect for this team, even more so after they just demolished the All Blacks last week, and that wasn't even a close game.

We've experienced these types of games in the last few years and the players always responded well.

It's been a good day, no more than that. We're really looking forward to this week and playing in the final next weekend.

Obviously everyone is extremely disappointed for Iain.

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