Feb 25, 2009: "It looks to me as if Lievremont is going for all out attack and if they are to beat Wales it has to be the all running, all buzzing France." John Taylor writes
Feb 18, 2009: "Martin Johnson did himself no favours with his claim that England are currently suffering from a 'perception issue' with referees about killing the ball at breakdowns." John Taylor writes
Six Nations Championship Preview
Feb 5, 2009: "It ought to be a fairly predictable tournament but this is the Six Nations and nothing ever goes completely to form." John Taylor previews the Six Nations
Jan 28, 2009: "Nobody on the coaching/management side is preoccupied with the captaincy because they know in all probability it will be a case of natural selection." John Taylor writes
Jan 14, 2009: What can Martin Johnson do to transform a talented group of players into a winning team? John Taylor writes
Jan 1, 2009: "We must take radical action to eliminate the current scourge of rugby, that terrible debilitating habit - Aerial Ping-Pong." John Taylor takes a stand
Dec 17, 2008: "This year will certainly go down as a year to remember in Wales and Munster, perhaps even in New Zealand, but in the rest of the rugby world it is probably a year best forgotten." John Taylor writes
Dec 3, 2008: "Could the much vilified Experimental Law Variations be the reason for the southern hemisphere domination of the autumn internationals?" John Taylor writes
Nov 19, 2008: "Borthwick was just one of the pack. I'd return him to the ranks right now - he is obviously not enjoying the captaincy." John Taylor writes
Nov 7, 2008: "We had all made the mistake of writing 'journalist' on our immigration forms and we quickly discovered that was a grave mistake." John Taylor recalls an early encounter with Sitiveni Rabuca
Nov 5, 2008: "Look down this England team, Johnson's first selection, and you are struggling to find leaders anywhere. Even the captain, Steve Borthwick, has yet to prove himself." John Taylor writes
Oct 22, 2008: "Hysterical predictions of total meltdown with the beautiful game being ruined beyond recognition were a massive over-reaction." John Taylor writes
Oct 9, 2008: "You can't define everything in sport...and 'exceptional circumstances' are not exceptional." John Taylor writes
British & Irish Lions
Sep 25, 2008: "I have a passion for the Lions and everything they represent - they are the last great international touring team and I want that tradition to continue. I am looking forward not back." John Taylor talks to Gerald Davies
Sep 5, 2008: John Taylor delivers the second part of the inaugural Scrum.com State of the Union Address - our assessment of the global game today.
Aug 31, 2008: John Taylor delivers the first part of the inaugural Scrum.com State of the Union Address - our frank and in-depth assessment of the global game today.
Aug 8, 2008: "He is a born communicator, a bubbling enthusiast about his work with a ready smile that hides a ruthless streak which has been essential as he has put the new regime in place." John Taylor speaks to WRU boss Roger Lewis.
Jul 29, 2008: "I think we would all agree it is better for games to be decided by tries than penalties but by chickening out of taking stronger action Joubert did nobody any favours." John Taylor delivers his latest verdict
Jul 16, 2008: "Never do anything that compromises your main job...Never put yourself in a compromising position - because the spin-off affects everybody else...and, most important of all, never get caught." John Taylor delivers his latest verdict
Jul 3, 2008: "There was a time when you would not have called Johnson assured but he appears to have added that quality to his armoury as well and it was very much in evidence as he held his first press conference." John Taylor writes