Pro 14 final vs Ulster, Sept 12th. Live on TG4 & EirSport

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Re: Pro 14 final vs Ulster, Sept 12th. Live on TG4 & EirSport

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What is going to be interesting is to see how Ulster try to unlock our back three, Larmour, in particular.
Ulster's coaching ticket have shown they are no mugs.
I hope they have some success but not too much.
What ever they come up with, Saracens may well already have identified.
A forewarning wouldn't be the worst thing.
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johng wrote:
September 12th, 2020, 9:36 am
One of my dad's favourite phrases. "As happy as a dog with two mickeys"
Haven't heard that expression in years, decades even. :lol:
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Munster identify an area to target and put everything behind that. Match 1 was beast mode, match 2 was air raid. Ulster are usually more varied.

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Blue not red blood wrote:
September 11th, 2020, 5:44 pm
Was listening to Eddie Gray during the week and he was saying looking around the Leeds dressing room he thought " We are going to be hard to beat today "

Have to say thats the way I feel about Leinster at the moment, so much talent and above all desire.

Its going to take an exceptional team or performance to beat us anytime soon.

This is not smugness but cold reality

COYBIB
Without cheating, how many of that team could people name.
Add first names if you can remember them
The numbers aren't to important, just a guideline
1.
2.
3.
4. Bremner
5. Jack Charlton - black book
6. Madely - Bite your legs
7.
8.
9.
10. John Giles
11. Eddie Gray
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Sprake / Harvey
Reaney Charlton Hunter Cooper / Madeley
Lorimer Giles Bremner Gray
Clarke Jones
Sub Mick Bates

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Oldschool wrote:
September 12th, 2020, 1:27 pm
Blue not red blood wrote:
September 11th, 2020, 5:44 pm
Was listening to Eddie Gray during the week and he was saying looking around the Leeds dressing room he thought " We are going to be hard to beat today "

Have to say thats the way I feel about Leinster at the moment, so much talent and above all desire.

Its going to take an exceptional team or performance to beat us anytime soon.

This is not smugness but cold reality

COYBIB
Without cheating, how many of that team could people name.
Add first names if you can remember them
The numbers aren't to important, just a guideline
1.
2.
3.
4. Bremner
5. Jack Charlton - black book
6. Madely - Bite your legs
7.
8.
9.
10. John Giles
11. Eddie Gray
Norman Hunter was definitely 'bite your legs'. Madeley was a tall cultured mid-fielder or modern back-four player. Martin Peters ( West Ham & England) and Madeley were the prototypes of Steven Gerrard.

Bremner was the red-headed midfielder. Peter Lorimer usually No 7, had the hardest shot in football - measured 'scientifically' according to Shoot magazine in c. 1970. Gary Sprake was the keeper, prone to tragic errors and fantastic shot-saving, rumoured to be colour blind. 'Sniffer' Alan Clarke was goal scorer extraordinary, usually No 8. Paul Reaney was a full-back. Mick Jones wore No 9. Cooper was left full, can't remember his christian name.

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Oldschool wrote:
September 12th, 2020, 1:27 pm
Blue not red blood wrote:
September 11th, 2020, 5:44 pm
Was listening to Eddie Gray during the week and he was saying looking around the Leeds dressing room he thought " We are going to be hard to beat today "

Have to say thats the way I feel about Leinster at the moment, so much talent and above all desire.

Its going to take an exceptional team or performance to beat us anytime soon.

This is not smugness but cold reality

COYBIB
Without cheating, how many of that team could people name.
Add first names if you can remember them
The numbers aren't to important, just a guideline
1.
2.
3.
4. Bremner
5. Jack Charlton - black book
6. Madely - Bite your legs
7.
8.
9.
10. John Giles
11. Eddie Gray
Norman Hunter was definitely 'bite your legs'. Madeley was a tall cultured mid-fielder or modern back-four player. Martin Peters ( West Ham & England) and Madeley were the prototypes of Steven Gerrard.

Bremner was the red-headed midfielder. Peter Lorimer usually No 7, had the hardest shot in football - measured 'scientifically' according to Shoot magazine in c. 1970. Gary Sprake was the keeper, prone to tragic errors and fantastic shot-saving, rumoured to be colour blind. 'Sniffer' Alan Clarke was goal scorer extraordinary, usually No 8. Paul Reaney was a full-back. Mick Jones wore No 9. Cooper was left full, can't remember his christian name.

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Ruckedtobits wrote:
September 12th, 2020, 2:14 pm
Oldschool wrote:
September 12th, 2020, 1:27 pm
Blue not red blood wrote:
September 11th, 2020, 5:44 pm
Was listening to Eddie Gray during the week and he was saying looking around the Leeds dressing room he thought " We are going to be hard to beat today "

Have to say thats the way I feel about Leinster at the moment, so much talent and above all desire.

Its going to take an exceptional team or performance to beat us anytime soon.

This is not smugness but cold reality

COYBIB
Without cheating, how many of that team could people name.
Add first names if you can remember them
The numbers aren't to important, just a guideline
1.
2.
3.
4. Bremner
5. Jack Charlton - black book
6. Madely - Bite your legs
7.
8.
9.
10. John Giles
11. Eddie Gray
Norman Hunter was definitely 'bite your legs'. Madeley was a tall cultured mid-fielder or modern back-four player. Martin Peters ( West Ham & England) and Madeley were the prototypes of Steven Gerrard.

Bremner was the red-headed midfielder. Peter Lorimer usually No 7, had the hardest shot in football - measured 'scientifically' according to Shoot magazine in c. 1970. Gary Sprake was the keeper, prone to tragic errors and fantastic shot-saving, rumoured to be colour blind. 'Sniffer' Alan Clarke was goal scorer extraordinary, usually No 8. Paul Reaney was a full-back. Mick Jones wore No 9. Cooper was left full, can't remember his christian name.
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Just be starting already.

Tonight could be the start of an almost perfect season.... with nothing at all to show for it.

A real pity that Dan Leavy can't be playing, the last match he played was one thst they were moatly better than us in. id like him to be able to fix that. I think we are better than then, but our form so far since the lockdown isn't anything to about about.
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On an auld staycation and Eir sport app is knackered. TG4 it is so .... sigh

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No generalissimo Toland: win win.
Datta: what have we given?
My friend, blood shaking my heart
The awful daring of a moment's surrender
Which an age of prudence can never retract
What the thunder said to Brian Lenihan

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Jonny tight lips wrote:
September 12th, 2020, 6:59 pm
On an auld staycation and Eir sport app is knackered. TG4 it is so .... sigh
You are so lucky. No Brigadeer General Liam Toland talking in sentences with multiple sub-clauses and pontificating as if he personally is considered THE authority of tactical rugby.

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James Lowe!? James Lowe!

To the tune of James Brown chant.
Datta: what have we given?
My friend, blood shaking my heart
The awful daring of a moment's surrender
Which an age of prudence can never retract
What the thunder said to Brian Lenihan

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See also: Ross Byrne.
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Which an age of prudence can never retract
What the thunder said to Brian Lenihan

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Conan is on fire.

Tackling everything and carrying very well too.
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Our lineout is turning into a full-blown weakness. It’s hugely concerning.

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Total lineout malfunction so far.
Pressure on Kelleher/Toner to get it sorted now.

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We’re a functioning lineout away from having this game wrapped up

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Ah lads this is shocking.

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