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Warren Gatland calls for fans to have say on future of British and Irish Lions

Sport.co.uk Thursday, 16 February 2017
Warren Gatland insists fans should be among those consulted over the future of the British and Irish Lions and questions.
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News video: Gatland: captain could be 'left field'

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The British and Irish Lions coach says he'll pick his squad first, then decide who'll be captain. But Gatland reveals the Lions skipper won't necessarily be a current international captain.

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