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Matt Williams states Scotland should “shut up” until they establish consistency,

by Saba Gulmagarashvili

Scotland should keep quiet until they routinely put up big performances, according to Matt Williams.

Scotland was unable to improve on their great victory against England in the second round of the Six Nations,  as they suffered a narrow defeat to Wales in a tense match at the Principality Stadium.

In Cardiff, Gregor Townsend’s side was far from their best, with important fly-half Finn Russell, in particular, having a bad day, with his late yellow card proving pivotal.

Former Scotland head coach Matt Williams spoke out on Virgin Media after yet another sad loss for the Scots.


Matt Williams Comment on Scotland:

“I think the talk about it being their year was coming from the Scotland camp again. They’ve just got to shut up,” 

“Until they actually act out and live their talk they’ve got to shut up, because they’re making fools of themselves. They’ve done this about four years in a row; they win a couple of biggies and the next week they lose.”

“They’ve just got to stop the talk, tone it down and live it. That’s my opinion.”

Scotlands next challenge in Six Nations

In their next Six Nations contest, Scotland will face a big challenge in welcoming table-toppers France to Murrayfield in a game that could make or break their title.

Despite the fact that France will be favourites after defeating Ireland over the weekend, Scotland will believe they can beat the French, having defeated Les Bleus in their last two Six Nations matches.

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