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Win or Bust
Discussion started by thechiefstribe.com (IP Logged), 11 January, 2019 11:22
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Comanche Chief
Comanche Chief
12 January, 2019 09:50
Munster have now qualified for the quarter finals after their 15 - 41 win over Gloucester. Even if The Chiefs win with a bonus point against Castres, does anybody actually think Castres will lose at home against Gloucester and The Chiefs will win at Thomand Park?
For those who think Munster may rest players on January 19th against The Chiefs because they have qualified, think again, they won't, they owe it to their supporters and their win record at fortress Thomand Park.

Osmium
Osmium
12 January, 2019 10:38
Unless I'm much mistooken, until tomorrow the only certainty within our pool is that Glaws are out.

Currychief
Currychief
12 January, 2019 11:25
Munster now have 17 points so they haven’t qualified yet. If Chiefs win the next 2 games and end up joint top with 17 points, Chiefs qualify as winners due to better head to head results.

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Shouting Prarie Dog
12 January, 2019 13:41
Glos did a lot of picking and driving on the Munster line last night and scored two tries from it I believe..
I couldn't watch that every week. (Sm161)smileys with beer



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HUGHVILLE
HUGHVILLE
12 January, 2019 14:39
As rule of thumb history tells us to succeed in this comp you have to win the 3 home games and 1 away game. having failed to do so we were left with a mountain to climb even if we win tomorrow. I would like too dream but a win in Ireland looks impossible. If Joey. CARBERY even became available sign him. A master class at Glaws last night. Showed up CIPRIANI's limitations

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Toomanychiefs
12 January, 2019 15:00
`I have a dream that one day this club will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident.`

Still alive,still hope.

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DumnoniiNomad
12 January, 2019 16:34
Too many comments above writing us off! Come on guys (gender neutral)!
If it's mathematically possible we should get behind our Chiefs and tust them to chase the win, no matter the probability or likelihood.

In any case, we need to deliver the killer blow to Castres first, so, one thing at a time.

Currychief
Currychief
12 January, 2019 19:41
+1!

clalan
clalan
12 January, 2019 20:05
Should have won both games, let ourselves down badly in France, and the weather was a great leveller at home against Munster.
Unfortunately the Glos that turned up last night was the rubbish one. You just never know which Glos team will turn up this season.


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