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Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
Discussion started by harlequinade , 23 September, 2018 22:28
Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
harlequinade 23 September, 2018 22:28
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Re: Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
PrestonTiger 23 September, 2018 22:42
Hope they really are just niggles and not worse. Or better just a rouse so ingurlund don't break them.

Re: Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
Oxon Rob 24 September, 2018 09:33
On yesterday's showing I don't think this will upset Jones' plans too much..............

Re: Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
scottietiger 24 September, 2018 09:41
Rumours circulating that they are both not injured but pulled due to Murphy not wanting them broke in the training camp!

Re: Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
Stopsy 24 September, 2018 09:58
RL said that Ben was limping as he left the pitch

Re: Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
scottietiger 24 September, 2018 10:07
That was my thinking too. It came from a Eddie Jones hating forum so I think it's just a dig at him really.

Re: Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury
tigersimon 24 September, 2018 10:40
Manu had ice pack strapped to leg at end, Offy describing them as niggles.

To make players drive to Brighton straight after a match is IMO stupidity and EJ should be told players playing on a Sunday will not be there until Monday lunchtime.


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