Basically, he frightens players into behaving. Don't tell me Brian Ashton has anything to do with the World Cup revival. It was Dallaglio and Corry and Robinson and a few other senior players who grabbed the team by the scruff of the neck and made them perform. He's a totally focussed, serious guy who instils that into the players, even if he's not playing himself. Why do you think Wasps are so good at the business end of the season? Because they have figures like Dallaglio and Edwards there to bully an attitude of seriousness into the players. How else to you think the likes of Cipriani, Haskell, Rees, Waldouck and so on have managed to mature faster than any of the other young talents, when they're thrown into a major final? I sign here.