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**Exclusive Interview - Adrian Davies**

By Craig Muncey
August 22 2016

I am delighted to announce the latest in the series of interviews is with ex-Cardiff and Welsh International player Adrian Davies. The creative attacking fly-half was an outstanding player for Cardiff, and played in some very good sides for the club, cumulating in the Heineken European Cup Final in 1996. The player played for a number of clubs during his career, and I remember fondly watching him from the terraces at Cardiff Arms Park setting up and scoring many a try.

The interview process will be the same as the previous interviews that have been conducted, so over to you the rugby fans to let me know what questions you want me to put to Adrian.

The best 15 questions I will select and use for the interview, you can get your questions to me via the website, Facebook or Twitter pages.

Can all questions be forwarded onto me by at the latest a week today, Monday 29 August.

Can I take this opportunity to thank Adrian for agreeing to the interview, and as a fan, I am really looking forward to the interview.

Thanks everyone.


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**Exclusive Interview - Adrian Davies**
Discussion started by 1876 Cardiff Rugby , 22/08/2016 17:56
1876 Cardiff Rugby
22/08/2016 17:56
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Danny Richards
23/08/2016 09:34
The transfer route from Neath to Cardiff was not commonplace - how did it come about and why did you originally join Cardiff?

23/08/2016 18:29
Great work Craig. My question would be - in terms of helping the game to be a good spectacle, what is the aspect of first class Rugby today that he thinks is most improved on the first class game when he finished playing with Cardiff. Asking because we all have a tenancy to look at the past with rose coloured spectacles.

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