Who is next?

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Re: Who is next?

Post by BR » Sun Jun 10, 2018 10:49 pm

Tender wrote:I’m hoping the two Kuntz who I had the misfortune to sit beside in the Mem Stands last season are the next to go. They eat their evening meal, have coffees and biscuits, cokes and more coffees and leave all their rubbish lying at their arses. They know less about Rugby than Donald Trump and they like the band. Surely they’ll be gassed.
They won’t be my problem next season, as No1 son has bought himself and I season tickets for an all new location in the Mem Stand. Guessing I’ll be paying for all the pints and pizza and burgers and chips, but I won’t be buying any of thon Glens of Antrim shyte crisps. Bring back the Tayto Cheese’n’Onion.
Just to clarify:

They know more about Donald Trump than they do about rugby;
or Donald Trump knows more about rugby than they do?
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Re: Who is next?

Post by Tender » Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:49 am

Yes
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Re: Who is next?

Post by GUBU » Mon Jun 11, 2018 10:57 am

Ethel wrote:My position is safe, I am going nowhere.
I hate to tell you this, but I saw Logan and Cunningham looking at Nespresso machines in House of Fraser on Friday evening.

I wouldn't buy a new tabard if I was you....
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Re: Who is next?

Post by Rooster » Mon Jun 11, 2018 11:25 am

Ethel wrote:My position is safe, I am going nowhere.
Logan's famous words there Ethel
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Re: Who is next?

Post by UlsterNo9 » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:46 pm

Is this a new position? Or who has left / leaving ?


https://ulsterrugby.getgotjobs.co.uk/home
Senior Team Athletic Performance & Reconditioning Coach

Job summary

Ulster Rugby is currently inviting applications for the post of Senior Team Athletic Performance & Reconditioning Coach. This exciting role will deliver the athletic performance program to Ulster Rugby contracted players with particular emphasis on managing the return to performance of injured players as part of the wider multi-disciplinary team.
The successful candidate must by the closing date and time have an undergraduate degree (or equivalent qualification) in either Sports Science (or related performance field) or Physiotherapy and a minimum of 3 years’ full-time experience working in full-time professional sport. They must also have experience within the following areas;


Leading rehabilitation programmes with professional athletes
The programming and delivery of strength and conditioning services to professional athletes
Working as part of an inter-disciplinary team
Working with athlete management systems
Coaching, programming, and periodising for general and specific strength, power and conditioning
Use and implementation of GPS


They must be flexible as frequent early mornings, evening and weekend work during the course of the season will be required. Occasional travel with the Ulster Senior squad throughout the course of the season will also be a requirment. Being organised, having highly developed communications skills coupled with excellent coaching skills is key.

To apply, please download a detailed job description and person specification and complete the online application form. The closing date for completed application forms is strictly no later than 8:00am on Friday 22nd Mach 2019.

Please note that interviews will take place at Kingspan Stadium on Tuesday 2nd April 2019. Due to staff commitments the dates and time of interview cannot be changed.
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Re: Who is next?

Post by Dave » Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:38 am

You would imagine If we didn't then why not? Shirely, Ulster of all teams would require a dedicated rehab specialist?
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Re: Who is next?

Post by solidarity » Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:43 pm

UlsterNo9 wrote:Is this a new position? Or who has left / leaving ?


https://ulsterrugby.getgotjobs.co.uk/home
Senior Team Athletic Performance & Reconditioning Coach

Job summary

Ulster Rugby is currently inviting applications for the post of Senior Team Athletic Performance & Reconditioning Coach. This exciting role, as part of the wider multi-disciplinary team, will deliver the athletic performance programme to Ulster Rugby contracted players with particular emphasis on managing the return to performance of injured players.
The successful candidate must, by the closing date and time, have an undergraduate degree (or equivalent qualification) in either Sports Science (or related performance field) or Physiotherapy and a minimum of 3 years’ full-time experience working in full-time professional sport. They must also have experience in the following areas:


leading rehabilitation programmes with professional athletes;
the programming and delivery of strength and conditioning services to professional athletes;
working as part of an inter-disciplinary team;
working with athlete management systems;
coaching, programming, and periodising for general and specific strength, power and conditioning;
use and implementation of GPS.


They must be flexible, as frequent early morning, evening and weekend work during the course of the season will be required. Occasional travel with the Ulster Senior squad throughout the course of the season will also be a requirement. Being organised, having highly developed communications skills and excellent coaching skills, are key.

To apply, please download a detailed job description and person specification and complete the online application form. The closing date for completed application forms is strictly 8:00am on Friday 22nd March 2019.

Please note that interviews will take place at Kingspan Stadium on Tuesday 2nd April 2019. Due to staff commitments the dates and time of interview cannot be changed.
Not sure that I've got all of these right but maybe the grammar in the ad comes from the same place as our tendency to make unforced errors on the field.

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