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England World Cup Winning Coach Quits Punditry Role at ITV

England World Cup Winning Coach Quits Punditry Role at ITV

Sir Clive Woodward Steps Down

England's World Cup winning coach, Sir Clive Woodward, has announced that he is stepping down from his role as a pundit at ITV. Woodward has been a part of the broadcaster's Six Nations coverage for nearly a decade.

Focus on Other Ventures

Woodward, who is the only coach to guide England to World Cup success, cited wanting to focus on "other business ventures" as his reason for leaving. He expressed his gratitude to the ITV Sport team and his fellow panellists and co-commentators for many great games and happy memories.

Exciting Six Nations Campaign

ITV is set to announce its pundits and presenters for the upcoming Six Nations tournament next week. The tournament, which kicks off on February 2nd and runs until March 16th, promises to be an exciting competition. Reigning champions Ireland will play France in Marseille to kick off the event, with England's first game against Italy the following day.

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