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blockhead wrote:Felix Jones on the coaching panel in a World Cup Final. :happy clapper:
Well done Felix. :happy clapper: :happy clapper: :happy clapper:
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Noel Reid started at 10 again for Leicester and scored a try in their 16-13 win at home to Gloucester.
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Nick McCarthy on for Munster. Doesn't even have the decency to look forlorn


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Jordan Coghlan started at 8 for Leicester away to Cardiff yesterday. He scored their only try in a 14-11 win.
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I'm struggling to think of guys who've left Leinster, excelled elsewhere and come back. Who am I forgetting?

Tadhg Beirne, John Cooney and Conway sure would be nice to have around.

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Twist wrote:I'm struggling to think of guys who've left Leinster, excelled elsewhere and come back. Who am I forgetting?

Tadhg Beirne, John Cooney and Conway sure would be nice to have around.
Cullen and Jennings
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cormac wrote:
Twist wrote:I'm struggling to think of guys who've left Leinster, excelled elsewhere and come back. Who am I forgetting?

Tadhg Beirne, John Cooney and Conway sure would be nice to have around.
Cullen and Jennings
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Peg Leg wrote:
cormac wrote:
Twist wrote:I'm struggling to think of guys who've left Leinster, excelled elsewhere and come back. Who am I forgetting?

Tadhg Beirne, John Cooney and Conway sure would be nice to have around.
Cullen and Jennings
Isa Nacewa
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Jackman?
And if Hagan gets a mention then so should Fionn Carr.
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Mal and Eric Miller.

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Jonny Sex?

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Twist wrote:I'm struggling to think of guys who've left Leinster, excelled elsewhere and come back. Who am I forgetting?

Tadhg Beirne, John Cooney and Conway sure would be nice to have around.
J10

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Mick Kearney and Ian Nagle formed the Zebre 2nd row in their defeat of Dragons in Wales

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Article on Madser.
https://www.rugbypass.com/news/ian-madi ... gue-player

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Raymo Dollard. Gone quiet these days

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Madigan's career on the pitch has fizzled out. Obviously earning huge wedge but can't see him at Bristol next season and hard to see where he fits into one of the provinces.

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wixfjord wrote:Madigan's career on the pitch has fizzled out. Obviously earning huge wedge but can't see him at Bristol next season and hard to see where he fits into one of the provinces.
If I were Dan McFarland I'd be looking at him. Having him in the squad would give Ulster a lot of flexibility at 9, 10, 12, 13 and 15
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Dave Cahill wrote:
wixfjord wrote:Madigan's career on the pitch has fizzled out. Obviously earning huge wedge but can't see him at Bristol next season and hard to see where he fits into one of the provinces.
If I were Dan McFarland I'd be looking at him. Having him in the squad would give Ulster a lot of flexibility at 9, 10, 12, 13 and 15
May not be a hard sell either with nearly a dozen or so guys already there. A sort of homecoming as Bono would say.
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Is he priced out of the market and is he damaged goods?He's lost his spark and that might not come back.

I like him but he's now the Irish Gavin Henson (without Grand Slam heroics and Lions tours). If he's up for a fresh start he might look at Japan.

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Gavin Henson is unfair. He's not on the telly and doing celebrity b*%&!x. Maybe James Hook though.
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