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Richard Cockerill
Bristol-Supporter (IP Logged)
16 February, 2018 21:44
Instead of signing Bakewell Leicester should have got Cockerill back! He has transformed Edinburgh into a Tigers of old, beating Ulster tonight! I bet the Tigers management wish they had stuck with him now they are in the bottom half of the Premiership. (Sm22)

 
Re: Richard Cockerill
Platwell House (IP Logged)
17 February, 2018 05:56
Cockerill had gone stale at Leicester. It is pretty much Alan Solomons team he has moulded into a fantastic outfit. He won't be there for long, even he has admitted that he misses the bright lights of the AP.

 
Re: Richard Cockerill
AlexInSouthville (IP Logged)
17 February, 2018 07:31
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Platwell House
Cockerill had gone stale at Leicester. It is pretty much Alan Solomons team he has moulded into a fantastic outfit. He won't be there for long, even he has admitted that he misses the bright lights of the AP.

I agree. With very few exceptions, all coaches have a shelf life in a given club.....especially one like Leicester, where they retain their core players for a long time, rather than intentionally keep things fresh.

 
Re: Richard Cockerill
Graham_U (IP Logged)
18 February, 2018 12:56
No it is not Solly's team, Cockeril has brought in new backs and is giving the youngsters a chance, he doesn't have Pat's luxury of SL bank balance to play with. Solly was a dinosaur who took Edinburgh no where and got rid of most of their talent replacing them with SH Journeymen . Yes Cockeril had gone stale at Tiggers, just like Hilly had with us, but he has done exactly what Robbo did with Edinburgh, changed the attitude of the players and selected players with desire, and topped it up with a few low budget/key signings.



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