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Jason Robinson fuels diversity debate in rugby as England's first black captain says it's strange that the RFU have never asked him for help in the 13 years since he retired Robinson was the first black player to captain England in a rugby union Test The World Cup-winning full-back feels the RFU do not want to work with him Robinson is ready to help in the campaign to encourage diversity in rugby

By David Coverdale For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:21 GMT, 25 November 2020 | Updated: 22:21 GMT, 25 November 2020

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Jason Robinson revealed recently on social media that he could not find any mention of the fact he was England’s first black captain. 

In response, England Rugby tweeted the 2003 World Cup winner and said: ‘We are genuinely sorry your incredible achievement hasn’t been recognised properly. Please help us to right that wrong.’ 

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Here, Robinson tells DAVID COVERDALE what happened next.

Jason Robinson was the first black player to captain England in a rugby union Test in 2004

Jason Robinson was the first black player to captain England in a rugby union Test in 2004

My post was picked up by whoever runs England’s social media and that was the reply. But

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