Danny Cipriani: ‘From a kid to an adult, it’s been rejection for me’

The Gloucester fly-half on coming to terms with his England snub and only learning what Eddie Jones thinks of him through his bookFor a long time Danny Cipriani believed in destiny. He would be turning 32 on 2 November, the same day as the Rugby World Cup final in Japan, and he kept telling himself that, against the odds, things could still fall into place. “I thought it was fate,” he murmurs, as the midweek rain sluices down the Portakabin windows at Gloucester’s Hartpury College training centre. Related: Scott Wisemantel appointed Australia attack coach after leaving England Continue reading…