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It seems as if the ground is being prepped for a messy divorce.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…All this could prove to be bluster on both sides as negotiations come down to the wire. Regardless, UK share pickers need to seriously consider how to invest their cash should a no-deal Brexit indeed occur.Lloyds shares fall againBritain’s banks are leading the FTSE 100 lower in end-of-week trading. NatWest Group is the worst-performing of these shares on Friday and down more than 6% as we virtually go to print. Barclays is 3.3% lower, while the Lloyds share price has reversed in excess of 4% from Thursday’s close.It’s no surprise that these particular UK shares have tanked as signs of a Hard Brexit grow. Lloyds and NatWest source all but a fraction of profits directly from these shores. Okay, Barclays has exposure to the US to fall back on. But is still highly geared to the fortunes of the British economy.All three FTSE 100 stocks face a miserable time if British and EU negotiators fail to avert a cliff-edge exit on 1 January, then. The boffins at KPMG reckon UK GDP will rise just 4.4% in 2021 if a no-deal Brexit transpires. This compares with a rise of 10.1% were the UK and EU to maintain existing trade links.An economically painful Brexit is the last thing cyclical UK shares like Lloyds need given that a straightforward recovery from Covid-19 in 2021 isn’t exactly nailed down, either. And like the coronavirus, Brexit threatens to create significant economic trouble for Britain’s banks that could persist for years to come.Sticking with other UK sharesA knock-on effect of a damaging Brexit is that the Bank of England will probably need to step in again to keep the economy on life support. Interest rates are already at record lows of 0.1% following fresh cuts in 2020. They might even dip into negative territory before too long, as major Bank of England policymakers have been publicly suggesting.This provides another reason for Lloyds et al to worry. Low interest rates have taken a huge bite out of bank profits in the wake of the 2008–09 banking crisis. And things threaten to get worse on this front before they get better.For these reasons I’m not tempted by the low Lloyds share price or those of its peers. Sure, Lloyds and Barclays trade on rock-bottom forward price-to-earnings ratios around 10 times. 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Newcastle and Leinster were chalk and cheese. It was totally different rugby. It’s not taking anything away from Newcastle – I really enjoyed my time there. I had to learn how to manage a game properly because more often than not we were on the back foot, so I had to adapt my game to try to keep us going forward.My time at Newcastle developed my game a lot, but going to a club like Leinster, multiple European champions, was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down.Honorary Dubliner: Leinster, multiple European champions, was a step up for the New Zealander (Inpho)The coaches at Wasps give us that confidence to play the attacking game we love. When you’ve got the calibre of players we have, you have to use those talents and back yourselves. That’s the beauty of what we’re trying to achieve here: we want to play rugby and we want to enjoy ourselves. We’ve got some great strike power, we may as well be using it.I’ve had quite a few kicks to win a game. I had a few with Newcastle, I had one with the Hurricanes to get into a Super Rugby final, but it wasn’t a ‘buzzer beater’ (end of match) like against Exeter (in 2016 Champions Cup quarter-final). In 2006 we played the Waratahs at the Cake Tin and our scrum got a tighthead about 53 metres out; I had a shot and got it. When it’s a buzzer beater, it’s a bit different but that’s what kickers strive for. You want that pressure.Going wild: Gopperth’s 2016 winner against Exeter Chiefs in Europe sparked mayhem (Getty Images)I grew up on a beach and fell in love with surfing. Pretty much every club I’ve been to has been by the sea and I’ve been fortunate enough to continue doing it. It’s totally individual. You could be going out surfing and no one is around you for miles, sitting in the ocean by yourself, so it’s quite peaceful and a good release away from rugby.Mark Occhilupo, a former surfing world champion, is one of my heroes. I liked that he was a heavier guy. Most surfers these days are 60, 70 kilos but he was topping at 85-90 kilos, and he was a goofy footer like me, which means you have your right foot forward on the board. I surf all year round – if it’s freezing just put on a wet suit and away you go.At Newcastle there was a good group of us who would surf – myself, Carl Hayman, Mark Sorenson, Jonny Golding, my good mate, he’s still mad on surfing. He’d never surfed and then when the Kiwis turned up he took it up and has absolutely fallen in love with it.It’s good for recovery of the body as well, the day after the game. In the cold water, especially up north. Normally I go around Wales, Newquay, or jump on a train to Newcastle or go to Ireland. My favourite spot to go for surfing is in Indonesia.I caught the golf bug at Newcastle. There were quite a few Scots in the team who were pretty good at it. I really enjoy it and try to get out as much as I can. Some days I can hit 80, the next 100. I’m inconsistent, I don’t play enough.Surf dude: former professional surfer Mark Occhilupo is a ‘goofy footer’ like Gopperth (Getty Images)I’ve got the nickname ‘SpongeBob’. It’s because I have broad shoulders like the cartoon character. I thought I’d got rid of the name when I left New Zealand, but a few Kiwis over here obviously caught on. At Newcastle, the owner Semore Kurdi gave me a massive SpongeBob toy and I thought ‘Oh no, I’m never going to live this down!’Dave Rennie should be the next New Zealand coach [he was at Chiefs at this time]. He’s just a brilliant coach. A brilliant man-manager, he knows a lot about the game and he’s a really nice guy. I knew him when I was at Wellington. He loves the game, he loves the guys playing the game, you can see how the Chiefs play, that’s Dave Rennie all over.The weather is a big factor in the skills gap between the northern and southern hemispheres. It’s not just skill level, it’s extras after training. Here it can be miserable and there’s no point staying out doing extras because the wind is so bad or it’s so cold that you don’t feel like you’re progressing; you’re so cold that you just want to get inside and get warm. When it’s warmer everyone stays out to practise individual skills.Whereas back at home you’re doing that all the time, every single session, even in the winter. It doesn’t get that cold compared to here. I’m 100% a fan of summer rugby. I think it could happen and then it ends up being a global season, doesn’t it? Best of both worlds. TAGS: Wasps Probing for space: Jimmy Gopperth in action during Wasps’ win at Northampton in mid-August (Getty) Jimmy Gopperth: the classy Kiwi at WaspsAt 37, Gopperth has been round the block a few times during a journey that started back on New Zealand’s North Island in the mid-Eighties. Rugby World got some fascinating insights into the New Zealander when interviewing him for our Uncovered section in 2016…Emotion: Gopperth celebrates a try during the 2018 Premiership semi-final against Saracens (Getty)I first played rugby at my local club, Opunake, aged three or four. It’s a tiny place on the coast of Taranaki. It’s where Graham Mourie is from, we’re good family friends. My dad (Gavin) used to play and coached us as kids. When he retired he coached the U21s and I used to be the ball boy. I was in love with the game all the time. I have two older sisters who don’t play, so I became the favourite pretty quickly!Dad is a dairy farmer, in Pihama, a village about ten minutes from Opunake. That’s where I went to school as well, just up the road. The farming lifestyle is brilliant, especially where we live; it’s right on the beach, not far from the mountains, so the lifestyle, the community we’ve got around Pihama, is pretty special. It was a great place to grow up.I was always a ten. My dad made me goalposts in the cow paddock out the back, so I was kicking from a very young age. Whenever the cows got in the paddock they’d use them as a rubbing post, so we had to fix them every month. I’d be kicking balls until late every night, they’d have to call me in. It was just one of those things I loved doing.Farming points: the 37-year-old Kiwi used to practise kicking in a cow paddock (Getty Images)A lot of my best mates were a year above me, and playing with them was good for my development. I went to New Plymouth Boys High, playing right through to the first XV, then Wellington recruited me from school. I went down to Wellington, started at Petone rugby club, then later to Old Boys University because it was just up the road and I had quite a few friends playing for the club.Grant Fox was the main ten when I was growing up. He was one of the best kickers around and probably my first inspiration. He was the first ten that I could fully remember. Obviously Merhts (Andrew Mehrtens) was the modern-day one and I was lucky enough to play against him. That was pretty cool. He was the man and obviously Carlos (Spencer) as well.2002 was my last year at high school. I remember being on the beach supervising a drill by the third formers, listening to the Wellington Sevens on the radio. Jonah Lomu was playing and scoring ridiculous tries. And the next year I was training with him at Wellington.The first day I turned up I was just ‘Wow! I was just listening to you, now I’m in your team’. It was Lomu, Christian Cullen, Tana Umaga, Jerry Collins, Rodney So’oialo, all the big stars. The list went on and on and it was ‘Wow, I’ve just come from school and this is my first professional rugby team’. They were the big, big dogs.Our New Zealand Schoolboys team was ridiculous. Jerome Kaino, Liam Messam, Ben Atiga, Luke McAlister, Joe Rokocoko – that team was unbelievable. About 90% of them became All Blacks. We came over on a tour and played England, Wales, Scotland and France. We were only a schoolboys team playing U19s but we beat everyone except France U19s. Against France we did a backs move, Joe Rokocoko went right through to score a try and for some reason the French referee said forward pass. No way was it a forward pass!My first year of Super Rugby with the Hurricanes (2005) was pretty special. David Holwell went to Leinster so Riki Flutey was going to be the No 1 ten, but then he got injured in pre-season. So I got an opportunity and never looked back, holding the jersey all year and having an All Blacks trial on the back of it.Nice touch: Scoring for Hurricanes in 2007. He also played Super Rugby for the Blues (Getty Images)I played twice for the Junior All Blacks, against Samoa and Tonga. I was knocking on the door of the All Blacks but there was Dan Carter, Andrew Mehrtens, Nick Evans… Stephen Donald and myself were battling it out really.To try to make the All Blacks, I joined the Blues. I thought let’s see what goes. But the other tens were cemented. The World Cup was coming up, all those guys were fit and healthy, so I thought, ‘I’ve had a good crack, let’s go overseas’.As soon as I went, they got injured! (At the 2011 World Cup, Carter, Colin Slade and Aaron Cruden were all injured, resulting in Donald appearing in the final.) If I’d been in New Zealand in 2011 I’d have backed myself to be in the squad, but you don’t know. And I’ve been very grateful for what I’ve had over here.My wife Sarah’s English ancestry meant I got a dependent’s visa at Newcastle. Her dad’s mother is English. It means you can stay five years and after that you get your green card and can come and go when you want. I was at Newcastle four years and then went to Leinster, so now I have to start again. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS From the sands of Taranaki to the stands of the Ricoh, learn about the New Zealander still going strong for Wasps. He makes his 100th appearance for them this weekend Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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