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Max Lahiff
Discussion started by Cotman , 06 September, 2019 12:43
Max Lahiff
Cotman 06 September, 2019 12:43
📢 Versatile prop Max Lahiff has joined #BristolBears on a 1⃣ year deal with immediate effect 👊

Welcome to the Bears! 🐻

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Re: Max Lahiff
SparkyBris 06 September, 2019 12:58
Good signing that. I've always thought he's a bit of a beast! So long as they can sort his neck problems out and get him fighting fit, then we've got a good'un there methinks. Particularly with the Lay brothers away at the RWC.



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Re: Max Lahiff
robtheh 06 September, 2019 13:04
I was very surprised They let him go tbh.
Welcome!

Re: Max Lahiff
Cotman 06 September, 2019 13:24
I remember him playing against Bristol last season and he had his shirt ripped off his back after destroying our scrum.
He's definitely a futuristic prop with that build.

Re: Max Lahiff
Gray_Lensman 06 September, 2019 13:40
Given that Clermont-Ferrand haven't taken him on because of his neck problem I do hope that neither he nor us are taking a risk

Re: Max Lahiff
Fatkatz 06 September, 2019 14:16
As he was a short term RWC joker signing at Clermont, maybe the injury was also shortish term but risky for their needs. No doubt we will see.

Re: Max Lahiff
Cotman 06 September, 2019 19:33
Just to clear things up if anyone is worried about past or on going injury.

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Re: Max Lahiff
robtheh 06 September, 2019 19:45
I dont doubt it...but I find it interesting that they seem to discriminate between hes good to go and hes good to go in the UK.
Presumably France has different criteria for what constitutes a serious neck injury. Maybe from a legal point of view, at a guess.


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