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James Love and Rupert Freestone help launch Raging Bull

Vickery picked Love and Freestone to launch the brand in House of Fraser Plymouth as he believes they are young players to watch out for in the future. Raging Bull will be officially launched in House...

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Phil Vickery is participating in The Great British Bike

On the first of five days, they will cycle 96 miles from Land's End to Tavistock.
Participants must pay a £250 registration fee and agree to raise at least £1,250 in sponsorship.
Teams can registe...

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Raging Bull launches in House of Fraser Worcester

The rugby Legend Phil Vickery will be personally launching his brand in a number of House of Fraser Stores around the country. Starting with

Worcester on Thursday 29th March at 12:30

If you live in ...

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The Raging Bull himself: Phil Vickery at MODA

Phil Vickery talking about Raging Bull with Shane Lynch from Boyzone at the MODA fashion exhibition 2012.

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Phil Vickery takes on rural role for Prince

Mr Vickery, who grew up on a farm in Cornwall, has taken a leading role with the fund, which aims to support rural communities and was the brainchild of Prince Charles.

"Whether you live in the city,...

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Phil Vickery joins Cinderford RFC as a consultant

Commenting on his new role, Phil said: “I am really looking forward to the challenge at Cinderford and being part of a professional, proper rugby club. I have been out of the game for over a year no...

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Phil Vickery speaks out about the leaked RFU report

Over the last few days the media have been having a field day over this leaked RFU enquiry.Throughout my career, in every team I have led or been in there has always been someone who is not happy so l...

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World Cup Final: Phil's Pre match Thoughts

A couple of kicks that missed by inches ended up being the difference.  Desperately sorry for Wales and hats off to them for the fantastic rugby they played and the guts and determination they showed.  They lit up the World Cup and I know talking to New Zealanders they made an awful lot of friends.  Will France upset the All Blacks march to the Webb Ellis trophy?  You always feel France have at least one big game in them.  Could they have left it until the Final to play it?  For me I am back in England and getting used to people asking me more about cooking than rugby!  Celebrity Masterchef has been a pretty amazing experience and thanks once again for all the good luck messages.

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Semi Finals: Phil's World Cup 2011 Pre Match Thoughts

For me, I will be cheering Wales on against France and I just hope they keep that energy and passion they showed in the quarters.  Bit of a blow for them to lose their talented young fly half but wi...

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France v England Phil's post match thoughts

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As a proud Englishman, I desperately wanted them to go further in this competition and it would have felt a little better if we had gone out with a bit of passion and fight. I know from experience n...
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England vs France: Phil's Pre match thoughts

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This weekend is going to be an absolute cracker and I can't wait for kick off. Three out of the four quarter finals could genuinely go either way with only the New Zealand game easy to call.

Englan...

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England vs Scotland Phil's Post match thoughts

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It was a titanic battle and the noise in the stadium was incredible - it reminded me a bit too much of
Murrayfield! In the second half you could see England had better possession and the try came f...