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Campese

(kæmˈpeɪzɪ)
n
(Biography) David. born 1962, Australian rugby union player: won 101 international caps (1982–1996), scoring 64 tries
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Australia legend David Campese believes that Scotland now have better finishers in their backline than for a number of years - and insists boss Gregor Townsend will make them even better.
Lord Mandelson, Julian Cope and Jade Jagger get Peter (Lord) Mandelson, former European Union trade commissioner, 64; Julian Cope, musician, 60; David Campese, former Australian rugby player, 55; Paul Ince, football manager, 50; Jade Jagger, jewellery designer, 46; Andrew Scott, actor, 41; Kim Kardashian, reality TV the British they would a shot.
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Wallabies great David Campese said:"I have been in games where referees have made real blunders, but whoever put that statement out saying the referee got it wrong should be shot.
DAVID Campese has branded it a "joke" Wales, Australia and England all being in Pool A at the World Cup, writes Andy Howell.
After failing to land deals at Hull FC and Salford Red Devils, Campese, 30, nephew of Aussie union great, David Campese (below), has agreed a one-year deal at Hull KR.
WALLABY legend David Campese has written oWales' 2015 World Cup chances telling coach Warren Gatland: "I can't see how you're going to improve in the same fashion as England and Australia.
BIRTHDAYS: Peter (Lord) Mandelson, pictured, former European Union trade commissioner, 60; Carrie Fisher, actress, 57; David Campese, former Australian rugby player, 51; Paul Ince, football manager, 46
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, former Test batsman Doug Walters and rugby legend David Campese had criticised Ahmed's decision not to wear alcohol brand VB's logo on his team shirt and told him to 'go home' in Pakistan if he was not prepared to wear the team uniform.
Summary: Sydney: Australian rugby great David Campese has apologised for a Twitter outburst in which he .
Former rugby union star David Campese told Pakistan-born Ahmed to 'go home' after he refused to wear the name of beer company VB on his shirt due to religious beliefs.
ROBBIE Deans brushed aside comments by David Campese that he has "destroyed Australian rugby," but admitted he understands criticism of his regime.