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LIFE AFTER DEATH?
Discussion started by TheSaracens.com , 23 January, 2020 18:46
LIFE AFTER DEATH?
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Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
Toga 23 January, 2020 21:44
No point risking injury. Just let Quins score at will, don't give their ghastly fans the chance of a decent match.

The only exception will be when Exeter come to Allianz Park. Should have everyone available bar injury. Put 40 points on them just before they go into the play-offs.

Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
The Bard 24 January, 2020 09:50
Quins could hardly complain if we don’t take the game seriously, that’s exactly what they’ve done in the last 4 Heineken Cup group games...
I suspect we will want to be competitive and make a statement.

Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
TonyTaff 24 January, 2020 16:57
We should take a Leinster-style approach to selection.

Pick the A team in Europe, and keep them match fit by rotating them into the otherwise development squad for the unimportant ones.



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Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
BlackheathSarrie 24 January, 2020 18:08
Who is our 10 when Manu disappears off to the 6 Nations? Lozo?

Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
Robertquin 24 January, 2020 18:52
"Ghastly fans"? How charming.

Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
tpr's headmistress 24 January, 2020 19:18
We've all got a few Robert.(Sm108)

Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
Robertquin 24 January, 2020 19:32
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tpr's headmistress
We've all got a few Robert.(Sm108)

Absolutely!

Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
TonyTaff 24 January, 2020 19:33
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Robertquin
"Ghastly fans"? How charming.

Robert, the only ghastly aspect of Quins fans, at the Stoop, that I found, when I was lucky enough to get a lower seat in the East Stand, was the frequent interruption of my view by folk going to and fro the bog/bar.

Now, with passing years, I better understand the challenges of bladder control!

Rest assured, the majority of Sarries fans, who visit away grounds, bear nothing but camaraderie towards the home fans. Just like practically every other club.



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Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
Robertquin 24 January, 2020 19:52
Quote:
TonyTaff
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Robertquin
"Ghastly fans"? How charming.

Robert, the only ghastly aspect of Quins fans, at the Stoop, that I found, when I was lucky enough to get a lower seat in the East Stand, was the frequent interruption of my view by folk going to and fro the bog/bar.

Now, with passing years, I better understand the challenges of bladder control!

Rest assured, the majority of Sarries fans, who visit away grounds, bear nothing but camaraderie towards the home fans. Just like practically every other club.

I think that annoys most of us to be honest!

Re: LIFE AFTER DEATH?
TonyTaff 24 January, 2020 22:12
Quote:
Robertquin
Quote:
TonyTaff
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Robertquin
"Ghastly fans"? How charming.

Robert, the only ghastly aspect of Quins fans, at the Stoop, that I found, when I was lucky enough to get a lower seat in the East Stand, was the frequent interruption of my view by folk going to and fro the bog/bar.

Now, with passing years, I better understand the challenges of bladder control!

Rest assured, the majority of Sarries fans, who visit away grounds, bear nothing but camaraderie towards the home fans. Just like practically every other club.

I think that annoys most of us to be honest!

(Sm22)

I once went as a Corporate Hostility guest to a midweek evening game. Quins against Irish. Many of the other supper guests were late, so our host ordained that the food should be delayed; this resulted in the dessert not being served until after kick-off. I deserted my seat at the table in favour of one with a pitch view, in order not to miss any of the action.

The scion of Harlequins who made the decision to delay the food was...


... Tony Diprose!

Unlike François Pienaar, I refrained from throwing a punch winking smiley



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