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Ulster Squad 2018/19

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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby caledoniancelt » Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:23 pm

How many scrum halves do the Turnips need?

Is Hart a better no. 9 than Shanananananananananananana?????
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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby UlsterNo9 » Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:37 pm

caledoniancelt wrote:How many scrum halves do the Turnips need?

Is Hart a better no. 9 than Shanananananananananananana?????



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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby kingofthehill » Sun Oct 21, 2018 12:07 pm

How many NIQs do Ulster have?

Marcell
Deysel

Speight doesn’t count.

Project
Hond

Is that right? Seems to be very very light on World Class NIQ players.

Going forward.

Priority 1 - A NIQ loosehead or Dooley.
Priority 2 - A NIQ 2nd row.
Possibility- A NIQ tighthead to aid TOT (obviously if Moore stays fit and looks promising then keep as is)
Possibility - with the likes of Hume and Moore coming through and Luke Marshall coming back from injury I still feel we are a centre light.

Thoughts?


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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby damianmcr » Sun Oct 21, 2018 12:21 pm

Will Marcell resign or even be allowed to?
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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby Jackie Brown » Sun Oct 21, 2018 12:32 pm

He owes us

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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby Cockatrice » Sun Oct 21, 2018 12:44 pm

kingofthehill wrote:How many NIQs do Ulster have?

Marcell
Deysel

Speight doesn’t count.

Project
Hond

Is that right? Seems to be very very light on World Class NIQ players.

Going forward.

Priority 1 - A NIQ loosehead or Dooley.
Priority 2 - A NIQ 2nd row.
Possibility- A NIQ tighthead to aid TOT (obviously if Moore stays fit and looks promising then keep as is)
Possibility - with the likes of Hume and Moore coming through and Luke Marshall coming back from injury I still feel we are a centre light.

Thoughts?


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what is SVM then? apart from a joke. Propping and second row need more SID and as I have always stated any NIQ SID needs to be quality not a stocking filler.. Deysel needs shown the door as does SVM and Rodney even though he is one of us..
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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby kingofthehill » Sun Oct 21, 2018 1:48 pm

Cockatrice wrote:
kingofthehill wrote:How many NIQs do Ulster have?

Marcell
Deysel

Speight doesn’t count.

Project
Hond

Is that right? Seems to be very very light on World Class NIQ players.

Going forward.

Priority 1 - A NIQ loosehead or Dooley.
Priority 2 - A NIQ 2nd row.
Possibility- A NIQ tighthead to aid TOT (obviously if Moore stays fit and looks promising then keep as is)
Possibility - with the likes of Hume and Moore coming through and Luke Marshall coming back from injury I still feel we are a centre light.

Thoughts?


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what is SVM then? apart from a joke. Propping and second row need more SID and as I have always stated any NIQ SID needs to be quality not a stocking filler.. Deysel needs shown the door as does SVM and Rodney even though he is one of us..


SVDM aka Hond is a project. Or am I wrong?


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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby Dave » Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:05 pm

How many NIQs are we allowed.
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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby kingofthehill » Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:09 pm

Dave wrote:How many NIQs are we allowed.


Think it use to be 4 plus a project.

Now I think it’s 3 plus a project but not sure.


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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby Big-al » Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:18 pm

3+1
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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby Cockatrice » Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:31 pm

caledoniancelt wrote:How many scrum halves do the Turnips need?

Is Hart a better no. 9 than Shanananananananananananana?????



One thing that still baffles me somewhat was the summer signing of the Irish International scrum half (albeit 7's) which we pushed thru only to have him disappear 3-4 days after arriving. He was on an IRFU contract when he came here presumably we offered him a contract now he is seemingly back on his original IRFU contract.

In the meantime Munster have come calling for another nine and Bennie who if not mistaken is one of their own wasn't even considered at the expense of bringing in another NIQ. What happened over three days in Belfast during the summer that seen this abrupt change of mind and him seemingly being taken back elsewhere by the same employer. We chased him we got him we got rid of him and he still has an IRFU contract.

In the scheme of things probably nothing but maybe another interesting insight in our style of recruitment.
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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby Jackie Brown » Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:45 pm

Is it 5yrs for a project now?

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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Oct 21, 2018 3:17 pm

Jackie Brown wrote:Is it 5yrs for a project now?

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Yip.

Marcell said recently that the fact that Ulster stood by him will count when he considers his future. I'm hoping that is slightly ambiguous only because he doesn't want to put himself in the position of accepting a crap offer but will take a reasonable offer. He is still in recovery mode I'd guess but I thought he put himself about well yesterday.

I'm hoping come Christmas time that he has shown himself someone we desperately want to keep.
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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby kingofthehill » Sun Oct 21, 2018 3:44 pm

Cockatrice wrote:
caledoniancelt wrote:How many scrum halves do the Turnips need?

Is Hart a better no. 9 than Shanananananananananananana?????



One thing that still baffles me somewhat was the summer signing of the Irish International scrum half (albeit 7's) which we pushed thru only to have him disappear 3-4 days after arriving. He was on an IRFU contract when he came here presumably we offered him a contract now he is seemingly back on his original IRFU contract.

In the meantime Munster have come calling for another nine and Bennie who if not mistaken is one of their own wasn't even considered at the expense of bringing in another NIQ. What happened over three days in Belfast during the summer that seen this abrupt change of mind and him seemingly being taken back elsewhere by the same employer. We chased him we got him we got rid of him and he still has an IRFU contract.

In the scheme of things probably nothing but maybe another interesting insight in our style of recruitment.


Who was the 9?


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Re: Ulster Squad 2018/19

Postby UlsterNo9 » Sun Oct 21, 2018 4:05 pm

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