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Time to smell the coffee, Carter has Wilkinson i n back pocket

CLIVE Woodward must have taken a few knocks during his playing days.

How else does one explain his choice of Jonny Wilkinson over Dan Carter as the best ever flyhalf?

Woodward’s conclusion in itself is a contradiction following his appraisal of both players.

Woodward, who played for England and coached England and the British & Irish Lions, is obviously biased but come on Sir Clive, Jonny never came close to the fabulous all-round skills of DC.

Wilkinson was a fantastic player and among the most influential

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