Munster, The Money Pit Province 2019/2020

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Will we see them protesting at Munster the rest of the season then? After all one of their own innocent until proven guilty players is still part of the squad.
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That was not in the meeja though and therefore didn't attract the attention of the sponsors. Also. Be careful not to mention too much on a forum. Not saying anyone did or will but.....

http://forum.leinsterfans.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=22868

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Their new CEO, Corkman Ian Flanagan will be up to Limerick pretty sharpish I'd say.
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johng wrote:I heard it was 200, but it won't matter as wee Poddy isn't travelling
As if the protesters didn't already look incredibly stupid enough, he won't even be there as you say.

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Great to see Nick starting for Munster, hope he has a cracker.

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LeRouxIsPHat wrote:Great to see Nick starting for Munster, hope he has a cracker.
Good competent win in wet conditions. Not a lot of support. but early days.

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Wrong thread

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Larkham having an immediate effect on the style. The usual one out runner grind was not on display despite the bad weather. Instead we had players looking for offloads, more ball and player movement. A more fluid style of play. Rassie is welcome to Felix.

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Why are Munster playing in orange?

Thought there was something wrong with my TV for a minute.

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Jerry Sexton playing at lock for Kings.
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Jerry Sexton playing at lock for Kings.

Just replaced after 31mins :roll:
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The new Munster Senior Schools Cup started this week:

Castletroy 18 Bandon 7
Crescent 22 Munchins 7
Munster Clubs 31 Ardscoil 29
Rockwell 20 Glenstal 8

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Munster got a 40-16 whuppin' against the Cheetahs.

Two big wins for them against the provinces in two weeks.

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wixfjord wrote:Munster got a 40-16 whuppin' against the Cheetahs.

Two big wins for them against the provinces in two weeks.
That's about as close as anyone will get to them down there this season.
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Knox starting for Munster. Still only 20, interesting to see how he gets on. Heard he did well in pre season but didn't see anything, he's an incredibly large man anyway.

I saw on twitter that four SA players went straight into the Montpellier academy when they left school. This is another thing that World Rugby cocked up, the rule change doesn't mean that players won't move, it means they'll move earlier.

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Can't believe they let Rassie go! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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blockhead wrote:Can't believe they let Rassie go! :lol: :lol: :lol:
He couldn't get out of Munster quick enough.
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Their attack on transition is already unrecognisable from the pre-Larkham days


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https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/rugby/ ... -1.4072040

Damian de Allende, the Springboks’ World Cup winning centre, has agreed a two-year deal with Munster. The Irish province and head coach Johann van Graan have pulled off quite a coup in acquiring De Allende, who will join from the start of the 2020-2021 season.

De Allende will follow in the footsteps of Jean de Villiers and other imported centres in giving Munster some real ballast in midfield and the thought of him combining with Joey Carbery and the rest of the Munster backline will have the province’s supporters salivating.

De Allende could prove every bit as effective as De Villiers, who made a telling impact with the province a decade ago.
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How can they get away with that??

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