Sam Burgess will stay in rugby union and will play in the 2019 World Cup for England as a blindside flanker, according to his club coach Mike Ford.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster is convinced Sam Burgess will remain a rugby union player, despite league speculation.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster says Sam Burgess has “special” qualities but has not yet decided whether to include him in his World Cup squad.
Bath Rugby's plans for a new stadium at the Recreation Ground are back on after a successful appeal.
English clubs say they will allow their players to compete at next summer's Olympic Games as part of Great Britain's Sevens team.
Bath coach Mike Ford has confirmed he wants to sign Wales and Lions No 8 Taulupe Faletau.
Andy Farrell is pleased with the way Sam Burgess is performing as a centre during England's training camp in Denver.
Bath centre Ben Williams has been forced to retire from rugby due to a shoulder injury.
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