Wales: Rhys Webb must “prove himself”, according to his coach – Fil Info – 6 Nations

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In conflict with RC Toulon which he should soon leave, scrum half Rhys Webb was summoned by the new Wales coach, Wayne Pivac, to prepare for the next Six Nations Tournament. The latter, who succeeded Warren Gatland, wanted to put things right, in words to the BBC reported by Wales Online, concerning the number 9 which returns to the national team. “He must return to the group and redo his proofs. We know what he has done in the past. He has been a member of the British and Irish Lions, a very talented player with a lot of experience. His return to the national team is an opportunity for him, but that doesn’t mean it’s an automatic selection, said Wayne Pivac. He knows it. It’s also something great for Tomos Williams – another experienced player from whom he will learn. He continues to develop his game. Rhys can play a role (in the team) and create even more competition than there was (in the scrum half position). “

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