Danny Cipriani, the star for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks has stated that he feels that things are starting to get a lot better for him this season after he passed one of the most tumultuous seasons in his career last season.
The 26 year old switched to the Salford based Sharks back in 2012 from the Australian club the Melbourne Rebels with critics and fans all hailing the move as one of the biggest moves in the history of the Aviva Premiership and he was being seen as the one man who could take the Sharks to glory, but that hasn’t transpired, leading many fans to believe that it had been a bad investment.
However, he has been in fine form this season for the Sale Sharks and his performances have already received rave reviews from those associated with the game in England and there have been calls for Stuart Lancaster to recall the player back into the England set up once again.
Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, the England international stated that he thinks that things have been going a lot better this season, both for him personally as well as the team and as long as the results are being achieved, he is content.
Having had a number of off field issues in Australia, Cipriani has been on his best behavior since his move and that has translated to his sizzling form on the field as well.
He mentioned that the team wasn’t happy with how things went last season and mentioned that this season, the Sale Sharks had the chance to prepare for the new season smartly and that has translated into their run of good form going into December, which is one of the busiest months in the calendar.