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Daniel Gallan Daniel is an award-winning freelance journalist from Johannesburg now living and working in London (though the only Lions he'll ever support call Ellis Park home). Daniel's work has appeared across a number of platforms including The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, CNN, The Rugby Paper and SA Rugby Magazine. He primarily produces long read features for New Frame exploring the intersecting lines between sport and politics. Follow him on Twitter @danielgallan

Daniel Gallan

Lukhanyo Am: 'I just needed someone to notice. Rugby had to become my life'

One of the world's best midfielders had to stare longingly as South Africa's top schools battled it out and he wants to make rugby…

Daniel Gallan

Max Malins: 'We were humbled by Toulon. If we're not at our best we won't win anything'

The free scoring Saracens and England back three player is learning to embrace his natural instincts and just Harlequins lie betwe…

Daniel Gallan

South Africa have been done dirty once again

World Rugby, the game’s overlords, saw fit to grant Australia and the United States of America the right to host the next two me…

Daniel Gallan

Jasper Wiese: 'If you cut me open, I'll bleed the green, white and red of Leicester Tigers'

The Tigers and Springboks No 8 is an abrasive character and he'll need that edge if English front runners are to roll the four-tim…

Daniel Gallan

Age is no barrier

Victor Matfield says Alun Wyn Jones can still thrive as part of the old-boy network

Daniel Gallan

Lifting the weight

How do you keep elite athletes in prime shape when gyms are shut and plans decimated? Meet rugby's S&C gurus.