Another thumb down
"It was a good World Cup in terms of the public attention, but I'm not happy about the quality of play," [Rogge] told The BBC.
"I am passionate about rugby but I think that the game has to evolve to keep its appeal. Defence has taken precedence over attack.
"At the Rugby World Cup play went from one maul, to another maul, to another maul, waiting for a penalty to be blown.
"I think the law-makers have to think about making the game more open, probably by working on a quicker liberation of the ball in rucks."