After all, Justin Marshall will be commentating the Rugby World Cup in France for South Africa’s SuperSport.
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As the Herald’s Media Insider first reported, the 81-test veteran was disappointed when Sky announced in March he would not be part of the four-man squad heading over to Australia in September and October.
Sky’s commentators are Grant Nisbett, Mils Muliaina, Jeff Wilson and Kirstie Stanway.
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According to the Otago Daily Times, Marshall considered commentating on World Cups, which he did in 2011 and 2015, to be the pinnacle of his profession.
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The 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan was televised by Spark Sport and Marshall was an ambassador for both Land Rover and Heineken. Prior to the competition, he appeared in a Heineken television commercial with legendary commentators George Gregan and Martin Johnson.
“Rugby World Cups are what you call the game for, and particularly when you’re in a foreign country,” Marshall told the Otago Daily Times.
“It really challenges you, and that’s what I love. It’s what gets you out of bed.
“But decisions are made for various reasons which you don’t have any control of.”
As the only other “foreigners”, Marshall and George Gregan, his friend and former Wallaby rival, have been subsequently invited by SuperSport to join their commentary team in France.
Marshall has approached Sky about the offer, to which they were “really understanding … and they have given me consent and support to go”, he told Otago Daily Times.