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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Rooster » Sun Jan 21, 2018 1:27 pm

BR wrote:In the Coach & Horses on Longford Road.
Fecks sake BR it would have been as handy to fly over as take the horse and cart for a drive to Longford on a wet morning like this.
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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by BR » Sun Jan 21, 2018 1:36 pm

Rooster wrote:
BR wrote:In the Coach & Horses on Longford Road.
Fecks sake BR it would have been as handy to fly over as take the horse and cart for a drive to Longford on a wet morning like this.
Don't be daft, I'm in no fit state to drive a feckin wheelbarrow let alone a poor dumb animal.
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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by fermain » Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:37 pm

At the ground in tgeir posh bar. Its filling up nicely with Ulster supporters...
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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Dave » Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:43 pm

BR wrote:
Rooster wrote:
BR wrote:In the Coach & Horses on Longford Road.
Fecks sake BR it would have been as handy to fly over as take the horse and cart for a drive to Longford on a wet morning like this.
Don't be daft, I'm in no fit state to drive a feckin wheelbarrow let alone a poor dumb animal.
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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by jean valjean » Sun Jan 21, 2018 6:05 pm

So a BP win wasn't even required either as LR only got 4 points. FOLK.

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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by fermain » Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:34 pm

Good to meet BR again, and newly introduced to Samstew and his boys. Nice to meet you fellas! >drinks :cheers:
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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by BR » Mon Jan 22, 2018 11:59 am

fermain wrote:Good to meet BR again, and newly introduced to Samstew and his boys. Nice to meet you fellas! >drinks :cheers:
Likewise - sorry we didn't have more time for a few drinks. Not the best ground for that sort of thing anyway, but our travel arrangements were a bit complicated too, which didn't help.

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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by jean valjean » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:45 pm

Having been such a distant second best in their biggest game of the year, director of rugby Kiss rejected the notion that his side weren’t mentally prepared for the challenge.

“If we’re honest with ourselves, there wouldn’t be much we’d change with our prep,” he said. “The investment by the lads, and by the coaches, was exceptional. It was a joint effort that placed us in a position to do the job but we didn’t nail the big moments on a consistent basis. A bit of accuracy was lacking. We kept fighting for sure, but you can’t give a team like Wasps the opportunities that we did.

“We paid the price, unfortunately. What we did, and how we went about our business, are things that we’ll tap into. I don’t want to sweep the disappointment under the carpet, but we’ve got to move on. It is what it is, and we move on. We’ve [still] a chance to do something in the Pro14.”



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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Dave » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:46 pm

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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Russ » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:56 pm

Didnt fire a shot ... there were no big moments

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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Dave » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:58 pm

I hate Les Kunt
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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Wee Woman » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:59 pm

jean valjean wrote:Having been such a distant second best in their biggest game of the year, director of rugby Kiss rejected the notion that his side weren’t mentally prepared for the challenge.

“If we’re honest with ourselves, there wouldn’t be much we’d change with our prep,” he said. “The investment by the lads, and by the coaches, was exceptional. It was a joint effort that placed us in a position to do the job but we didn’t nail the big moments on a consistent basis. A bit of accuracy was lacking. We kept fighting for sure, but you can’t give a team like Wasps the opportunities that we did.

“We paid the price, unfortunately. What we did, and how we went about our business, are things that we’ll tap into. I don’t want to sweep the disappointment under the carpet, but we’ve got to move on. It is what it is, and we move on. We’ve [still] a chance to do something in the Pro14.”



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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by for dog and ulcer » Mon Jan 22, 2018 11:53 pm

A classic case of being in denial. A shockingly inept performance. Totally outclassed throughout the side and the game. Like the alcoholic, the first step is to admit that there is a problem. Without that there will be no progress. It won't be solved by serendipity.

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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Jackie Brown » Tue Jan 23, 2018 12:06 am

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Re: Wasps v Ulster

Post by Liz Fraser » Tue Jan 23, 2018 12:14 am

Wee Woman wrote:
jean valjean wrote:Having been such a distant second best in their biggest game of the year, director of rugby Kiss rejected the notion that his side weren’t mentally prepared for the challenge.

“If we’re honest with ourselves, there wouldn’t be much we’d change with our prep,” he said. “The investment by the lads, and by the coaches, was exceptional. It was a joint effort that placed us in a position to do the job but we didn’t nail the big moments on a consistent basis. A bit of accuracy was lacking. We kept fighting for sure, but you can’t give a team like Wasps the opportunities that we did.

“We paid the price, unfortunately. What we did, and how we went about our business, are things that we’ll tap into. I don’t want to sweep the disappointment under the carpet, but we’ve got to move on. It is what it is, and we move on. We’ve [still] a chance to do something in the Pro14.”



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His words sum it up
Investment, do a job, went about our business.
These are the words more associated with a city stock broker or a politian, not a rugby coach trying to inspire his side.
Actually Les has more in common with Theresa May than anyone rugby related.
Both have taken us out of Europe leading to depression.
Both fecked up over the Irish border.
Both their sides are opposed to labour.
Oh and they're both full of sh1te.
Lesxit.

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