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TURN WE'LL IT AROUND; Wales will prove team hasn't gone down the pan.

Byline: ANDREW BALDOCK

SAM WARBURTON says Rob Howley's men are determined to prove Welsh rugby hasn't "gone down the pan".

The defending Six Nations champions go into this year's tournament on the back of seven Test defeats but Warburton insists Wales can quickly turn around their fortunes.

"You don't become a bad side overnight, just like you don't become a good one," Warburton said.

"It wasn't long ago we had some really good performances and really good wins. People are talking about Welsh rugby as if it has completely gone down to the pan. It is easily recoverable."

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Wales captain Sam Warburton (left) and coach Rob Howley
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jan 24, 2013
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