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Holy mother of god will you look at that :D
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I'd say there is no chance of that team actually taking the field.
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Rob Kearney and Mike Ross out. Madigan starting at 15, Bent starting at Tighthead.

If we can belive that team then I'm worried.

In better news luke is on the bench.

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Dave Cahill wrote:I'd say there is no chance of that team actually taking the field.
Really hope MOC's not playing silly buggers again
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jimbobjoe wrote: 23. Luke Fitzgerald
Oh YES!!!

This better not be another one of MOC's teamsheet games and ends up not being the case by kick-off.
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utterly no faith that this team coached by MOC can win.

could easily be more games by moc the fool.

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goreyguy wrote:utterly no faith that this team coached by MOC can win.

could easily be more games by moc the fool.
So if they win. It will be in spite of MOC and if they lose you get to say I told you so?

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johng wrote:
goreyguy wrote:utterly no faith that this team coached by MOC can win.

could easily be more games by moc the fool.
So if they win. It will be in spite of MOC and if they lose you get to say I told you so?
Ha, exactly.

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I think Ger MOChnane has named a fine side
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johng wrote:
goreyguy wrote:utterly no faith that this team coached by MOC can win.

could easily be more games by moc the fool.
So if they win. It will be in spite of MOC and if they lose you get to say I told you so?
if they win MOC gets credit for getting the win. :roll:

but it will only be delaying the inevitable.

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How can we believe anything MOC says when yesterday he said Luke Fitz was a few weeks away?
Would anyone be surprised to see Luke drop out for Teo on Sunday?

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To be honest with you I would have difficulties with that named team no matter the coach. Schmidt shoehorned Madigan at fullback and teams kicked back to us all day. It didn't work. But we didn't have Kirchner available at the time.
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goreyguy wrote:
johng wrote:
goreyguy wrote:utterly no faith that this team coached by MOC can win.

could easily be more games by moc the fool.
So if they win. It will be in spite of MOC and if they lose you get to say I told you so?
if they win MOC gets credit for getting the win. :roll:

but it will only be delaying the inevitable.
So are you one of those people who wants their team to lose just so they can get rid of the coach?

Never had a lot of time for that view.

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cr@p. cr@p, cr@p, cr@p, cr@p, cr@p, cr@p, cr@p.

I don't believe that will be the 23 come kick-off, but still...cr@p!

Not at all confident about this one.

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goreyguy wrote:How can we believe anything MOC says when yesterday he said Luke Fitz was a few weeks away?
Would anyone be surprised to see Luke drop out for Teo on Sunday?
Sadly no.

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goreyguy wrote:How can we believe anything MOC says when yesterday he said Luke Fitz was a few weeks away?
Would anyone be surprised to see Luke drop out for Teo on Sunday?
No, but I wouldn't feel like it was some kind of fundamental breach of trust or anything. I mean, it doesn't harm me in any way if he doesn't tell the truth about who is fit and isn't.
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Nope, I want Leinster to win every game. but am realistic enough to see my team has a poor coach.

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Would have liked to seen Furlong start, KD in the row with Kirchner at fullback and Mick McGrath starting 14. Mad Dog 10 or 12 with the relevant adjustments being made in midfield to accommodate that.

Hopefully it is tomfoolery from MOC, but making a habit of that is embarrassing.
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fourthirtythree wrote:
goreyguy wrote:How can we believe anything MOC says when yesterday he said Luke Fitz was a few weeks away?
Would anyone be surprised to see Luke drop out for Teo on Sunday?
No, but I wouldn't feel like it was some kind of fundamental breach of trust or anything. I mean, it doesn't harm me in any way if he doesn't tell the truth about who is fit and isn't.
i dont expect trust but dislike the games its embarrassing.

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If that is the team, I am probably giving MOC a pass if we lose.

Injuries do eventually nullify the best coaches and right now, with the absentees we have, Schmidt would be focked too
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