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CoS Interview on RugbyPass
never sleep (IP Logged)
09 February, 2018 08:33
[www.rugbypass.com]

He spoke about his former club Harlequins and believes they will return to success in the near future.

O’Shea led Quins to Premiership glory, but they currently sit ninth in the table, under the guidance of his replacement, John Kingston.

“They are so close to doing unbelievably well and I said to someone the other day I think within a year to two years, given the squad that they have together – the age profile, the recruitment that John Kingston is doing – I think they will be back in the Premiership final. They are pretty close this year, if they had been lucky enough to get their best team on the pitch. I think they are on the right track again.”

 
Re: CoS Interview on RugbyPass
T-Bone (IP Logged)
09 February, 2018 10:44
Be careful posting interviews with him on here. Some people seem to think he was the worst thing that ever happened to Quins

 
Re: CoS Interview on RugbyPass
never sleep (IP Logged)
09 February, 2018 11:02
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T-Bone
Be careful posting interviews with him on here. Some people seem to think he was the worst thing that ever happened to Quins

That is good advice - CoS Must Go!

 
Re: CoS Interview on RugbyPass
T-Bone (IP Logged)
09 February, 2018 12:33
Nice thing to say about the club and JK though. Doesn't sound like a bloke who was just looking for his next big ticket after the premiership win. Also a classier approach than blaming various problems on your predecessor. It's clear too that a lot of the playrs still hold him in very high regard

 
Re: CoS Interview on RugbyPass
blucherquin (IP Logged)
09 February, 2018 17:51
Quote:
T-Bone
Be careful posting interviews with him on here. Some people seem to think he was the worst thing that ever happened to Quins

*Waves*


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