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Providing he can stay injury free I think he has one world cup left in him. Then perhaps he can move to a coaching role.
Between now and then you'll see others come in, but JW is good to have in the camp. His biggest asset is having a very cool head in heat of the moment situations.
For me he should be the captain, not Vickery.
If the Six Nations is the training environment for the next World Cup he should go.
If not he should stay on match by match merit.
As to captain - he is too nice - we need a big ugly forward who can motivate the team and intimidate the opposition ( and possibly the referee)