Marler slams lack of Farrell respect as he makes Murray comparison

Marler feels that England’s all-time leading scorer of points is not given the credit he merits.

Following Owen Farrell’s resignation from Test match duty, Joe Marler has bemoaned the fact that the England captain is “underappreciated.”

In order to safeguard his and his family’s mental health, captain Farrell decided to take a break from Test matches, which means he will miss the Six Nations. The 32-year-old fly-half will still be able to play and lead the Saracens, but he will also be able to

a total ski vacation in February or March.

Andy Farrell, the manager of Ireland, took aim at the “disgusting circus” that surrounded his son following the 112-cap star’s red card in the World Cup warm-up match against Wales in August.

The England talisman Farrell then went on to criticize the hate speech that Tom Curry had received on social media during the World Cup, seemingly unfazed by the hate.

Mark McCall, the manager of Saracens, also took aim at certain segments of the “mainstream media” for controlling Farrell’s choice to take a leave of absence.

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