Quins v Glaws OGT

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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 00:36 am:

Completely agree with OT that we need a reliable kicker.
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 07:53 am:

King Prawn Bhuna wrote:Yep...not enough toady in my life...but we still lost.

Irrespective of coach, players, contracts, lucky underpants...we still lost.

The coach doesn't spill passes, miss simple kicks in front of goal, kick long on touch kicks...and neither does my lucky underpants. It's a team game with players who aren't playing well enough....and lost.


Perhaps the Coach picked the wrong players? You lost.
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 09:21 am:

SIBARITE wrote:
King Prawn Bhuna wrote:The players played the game. We lost.
The referee reffed the game. We lost.
I watched the game. We lost.
The coach driver drove them to the game. We lost.
My lucky shirt was in the cupboard. We lost.


Your a Moderator who needs to toady. We all lose.

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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 09:48 am:

SIBARITE wrote:
King Prawn Bhuna wrote:The players played the game. We lost.
The referee reffed the game. We lost.
I watched the game. We lost.
The coach driver drove them to the game. We lost.
My lucky shirt was in the cupboard. We lost.


Your a Moderator who needs to toady. We all lose.


I think I’m having a bit of a thick day! Can someone explain please? There must be some sort of irony or joke there that I’m just not seeing. :?
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 09:50 am:

There is a lack of on field leadership which is causing some poor decisions. Our best captains are Heinz and Slater, which leaves us in a fix.
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 09:52 am:

Oldprop wrote:There is a lack of on field leadership which is causing some poor decisions. Our best captains are Heinz and Slater, which leaves us in a fix.

I think Slater should be back for the Worcester match.
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 10:10 am:

From the various reports from the citizen I read that Dreyer/ Hanson/Slater/57/and OW are all out till Jan at least. We may get Kriel/ Trinder and Woodward back by Wuss.
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 10:19 am:

Is Cips still taking a leading role in training, does anyone know?
If so, that might explain some of our backs-play predictability.
I also wonder what impression Rory T has had on the senior players.
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 11:11 am:

For me, slater is only leader and we have started struggling as soon as he got injured.

He had an opp and wont be back until jan at earliest.
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Re: Quins v Glaws OGT

03 Dec 2019 11:14 am:

With the discussion above on injuries don't people think we, and I refer to the whole Rugby community here, have we got ourselves into a silly position? With players getting bigger, stronger, faster and whatever we have players picking up injuries which takes them out of the game for weeks, months, years even. Will this grow exponentially worse as players spend more time in the gym? Is it sustainable and is it safe for players? is it desirable?
And of course it gives an advantage to those clubs who are able to finance bigger squads, legally or otherwise?
Just a thought.
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