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Re: Irish v Quins match thread
LI Bohemian 09 September, 2020 23:23
I don't agree that the games after shut down should be used as a way of blooding youngsters or mixing up combinations of the team but with the failure of any impact from the major signings and playing two games a week it leaves little choice but to do as we are doing, it is just the general lack of any intention or intensity in most games up ( bar the first half of the last two matches)
This run of losses will be damaging in the future for Irish, as the officials will give you nothing at all, not even the 60/40 shouts in the comingseasons, this is because no one officiating will want to oversee what they've already perceive as an upset if we win, this is one of my biggest annoyance in rugby, as it is like F1 if you have the fastest car with the best driver you start the race at the front.
It is also a massive blow in confidence to the development of the younger players and does nothing to build a winning culture required to even think about any success.

Re: Irish v Quins match thread
franciscorrigan 10 September, 2020 01:06
What "not Paul" exactly is your coaching to such a high level that you know more than Kiss, or Kidney?
For a scratch side, Irish's youngsters weren't that bad, until they ran out of steam.
We all have opinions and are entitled to voice them, but if we really knew what we were talking about we'd be coaching a Prem team, rather than pontificating here.(Sm128)(Sm63)

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