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The gap between 10th and 11th....
ROLLO (IP Logged)
01 December, 2017 22:34
.................is massive.
We were out coached, out thought and out muscled.

 
woodywuss
Re: The gap between 10th and 11th....
woodywuss (IP Logged)
01 December, 2017 23:29
Have to agree on both counts. Re. Out thought. Penalty,kick to touch,lineout dodgy at best. We do catch it,drive it but have to avoid the bloke Sale have put on the floor,every time ! Easy fix,catch it and give the backs a go.Cannot be any worse than trying to drive over the human speed bump.
Final minutes,two choices for a penalty. On the basis of previous plays from kicking to the corner,go for the one in the middle of the pitch. Scrum,tie in their back row,get it out to the backs sharpish, Heem,Adams,Mills,proven in the last few weeks they can get tries.Plus they are down a player in the backs. On that one the coaches cannot be blamed.
What I do find difficult to understand is the Argentine tango that goes on in the linout before it's thrown in.Does it not make it more difficult to hit your man?
Unfortunately there are now two weeks where these guys will play no rugby.I'm sure they would want to put this loss right asap. We can only hope they come back after the lay off and make sure they get it right against Irish.

 
woodywuss
Re: The gap between 10th and 11th....
woodywuss (IP Logged)
01 December, 2017 23:34
Apologies,Faithful City,did not read your contribution to the other thread. Have to echo your sentiment on the decision making as I posted above.

 
centrethere
Re: The gap between 10th and 11th....
centrethere (IP Logged)
02 December, 2017 00:39
When we knew Sale would have their defensive game /lines in place, why didn't we run our double lines from deeper to get it out wide? The team also played as though they were tired mentally (and physically?) compared to the last couple of weeks (e.g the mistakes we made). So whilst the players should shoulder the blame on the pitch, I think the coaches must take some of it for not getting the players ready for this game. Use of subs was also late, or not used, which an easy comment in hindsight. Interested to read what Gold thinks went wrong - if he is going to tell us this time?

 
FlipFlop
Re: The gap between 10th and 11th....
FlipFlop (IP Logged)
02 December, 2017 06:22
What GG said plus been snap shot

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FlipFlop
Re: The gap between 10th and 11th....
FlipFlop (IP Logged)
02 December, 2017 06:27
A massive IF, but a 4 pointer last night and Falcons not getting a last gasp and there would be circa 5 teams with a points spread of 4 maybe 5, which would make the glass more than half full this morning.

It wasn’t and now the gap seems annually big again, subject to Quins or Saints ongoing implosion and we seem to be in an all too familiar select group of 2 today.

 
ROLLO on tour
Re: The gap between 10th and 11th....
ROLLO (IP Logged)
02 December, 2017 08:28
The Sale coach said it all " we should not be winning games like that"

 
WorcesterSauce
Re: The gap between 10th and 11th....
WorcesterSauce (IP Logged)
02 December, 2017 08:36
Quote:
ROLLO
The Sale coach said it all " we should not be winning games like that"

Says it all


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