Ulster Rugby Round-Up podcast

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Bart S
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Do you expect to see Shane Logan as Ulster Rugby CEO at the start of next season?

Which uncapped member of the current squad (or Academy) do you think will be the first one to win his first senior Ireland cap?
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What qualities does Shane Logan have that keep him within the CEO role, despite clearly being so unpopular with UR supporters? We have nose dived under his tenure in the last 3 yrs.
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Gerald the Mole wrote:
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Gerald the Mole wrote:Anyone else think Finaly is out of his depth
A fetus would do a better job

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It's here, the FINAL PODCAST of the season.

Here we discuss:
- Monsieur Jono Gibbes
- Cutting down the Ospreys
- A final few listener questions
- International ambitions
- Wolfpuppies

At this point I would like to sincerely thank every single person who listened to us this season, we've had a lot of fun making these and we hope you've had a lot of fun listening too.

We will be back next season - whether that's a good thing or not! - and over the summer we would be delighted to hear what you want from us for the new campaign. We already have some ideas that will be brought to the table and we hope you guys will throw a few into the mix as well.

Until then, thanks again for listening and see you in 18/19! :red: :fleg:
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Grow a set over the summer.
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Is the podcast on TV?

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Turns out the hypothetical wasn’t quite so hypothetical!

Bit short of UR chat in my neck of the woods so the podcasts are most welcome.

Might see you in Italy next season ?!
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Almost half way through and no mention of Logan yet.

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Patience dear boy...
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ADM wrote:It's here, the FINAL PODCAST of the season.

Here we discuss:
- Monsieur Jono Gibbes
- Cutting down the Ospreys
- A final few listener questions
- International ambitions
- Wolfpuppies

At this point I would like to sincerely thank every single person who listened to us this season, we've had a lot of fun making these and we hope you've had a lot of fun listening too.

We will be back next season - whether that's a good thing or not! - and over the summer we would be delighted to hear what you want from us for the new campaign. We already have some ideas that will be brought to the table and we hope you guys will throw a few into the mix as well.

Until then, thanks again for listening and see you in 18/19! :red: :fleg:
Thanks very much for podcasts throughout the season. I've listened to most of them and thoroughly enjoyed every one that I have. A suggestion from myself would be to get more guests on if possible, I understand that the coaches and Bryn might not want to (though that would be great) but even the likes of Kieran Campbell, Willie Anderson and Michael Black I'm sure would give great insight into how the Academy is working.

Keep up the good work and will look forward to future editions.
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Impromptu podcast recording today as things start to fall into place for next season - care to put forward some listener questions for us?
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Is Logan's position tenable?

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Is Paddy Jackson Ireland's best 10 option going into the RWC?

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Where is Blane McIlroy?

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How've we gotten to the point were the back three is a area of worryingly shallow depth?
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