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4 back from the Welsh camp and not a crutch or a sling in sight! Wonders never cease!
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[QUOTE=PTScarlet]McCusker needs game time, he hasn't played in a while. All should go into the starting line up.. Lamont in centre with king i'd like to see!?[/QUOTE]
No chance, we need Sean on the wing, that where we are really short as Ajuwa, Daniel and Lee Wills arent up to it. My backs would be Tavis, Rhys, Lamont, Scott Wills, King, Maule and Dan Evans.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ladram Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 February 2011 at 7:48pm
Originally posted by Tim Opolis Tim Opolis wrote:

4 back from the Welsh camp and not a crutch or a sling in sight! Wonders never cease!
nurse knoyle has been with our medical team today and they've confirmed he has a broken finger nail,they cannot put a return date for him with such an injury,LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote multinational Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 February 2011 at 8:03pm
Originally posted by CMH CMH wrote:

[QUOTE=PTScarlet]McCusker needs game time, he hasn't played in a while. All should go into the starting line up.. Lamont in centre with king i'd like to see!?[/QUOTE]
No chance, we need Sean on the wing, that where we are really short as Ajuwa, Daniel and Lee Wills arent up to it. My backs would be Tavis, Rhys, Lamont, Scott Wills, King, Maule and Dan Evans.
 
You've missed out Ajuwa on your team sheet mate......
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So my post earlier was not to far off the mark, makes a nice change to be nearly right.
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No Stevo even though he's going to benched for Italy, Ireland and France and will need game time. Hook is now No1 in Wales (or maybe notWink)
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Originally posted by Wrigley Man Wrigley Man wrote:

Fantastic mews, hopefully the weather will be dry on Friday and we'll give them an old fashioned thumping Big smile



Weather is supposed to be dry from Thursday and dry Friday our luck maybe changing for the better.

In 1972, Roy Bergiers scored that try and said "that was for you lofty"

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This is great news! good positive news before a very big game on Friday

Friday IMO is a must win, we have now lost 5 on the bounce and we need to stop the rot,

Im suprised Gatland is actually using his common sense , or does that mean with the returning injured players for Italy our boys wont feature??
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Originally posted by scarletsrules scarletsrules wrote:

This is great news! good positive news before a very big game on Friday

Friday IMO is a must win, we have now lost 5 on the bounce and we need to stop the rot,

Im suprised Gatland is actually using his common sense , or does that mean with the returning injured players for Italy our boys wont feature??
 
No, Gatland wants them to pick up minor knocks playing for us so that he can REALLY mess them up....
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lofty evans Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 February 2011 at 10:05pm
Originally posted by BrummieScarlet BrummieScarlet wrote:

Originally posted by scarletsrules scarletsrules wrote:

This is great news! good positive news before a very big game on Friday

Friday IMO is a must win, we have now lost 5 on the bounce and we need to stop the rot,

Im suprised Gatland is actually using his common sense , or does that mean with the returning injured players for Italy our boys wont feature??



 

No, Gatland wants them to pick up minor knocks playing for us so that he can REALLY mess them up....



Spot on Brummie
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Originally posted by CMH CMH wrote:

[QUOTE=PTScarlet]McCusker needs game time, he hasn't played in a while. All should go into the starting line up.. Lamont in centre with king i'd like to see!?[/QUOTE]
No chance, we need Sean on the wing, that where we are really short as Ajuwa, Daniel and Lee Wills arent up to it. My backs would be Tavis, Rhys, Lamont, Scott Wills, King, Maule and Dan Evans.
 
Got to have Lamont on the wing.
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Lamont will hopefully put in the performance of his life this weekend. He really has a point to prove to Andy Robinson for not starting him.
 
 
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Originally posted by JonWal JonWal wrote:

Lamont will hopefully put in the performance of his life this weekend. He really has a point to prove to Andy Robinson for not starting him.


If Robinson isn't impressed with Lamont already, it's difficult to imagine how a league performance will change his mind.   But it wouldn't do Lamont any harm in terms of media and public backing, that's for sure.  A lot depends on whether the first choice Scottish back 3 are back to full fitness.  Coaches are stubborn people.
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Originally posted by Dan the Drover Dan the Drover wrote:

Coaches are stubborn people.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dr_martinov Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 February 2011 at 11:21am
Originally posted by JonWal JonWal wrote:

Lamont will hopefully put in the performance of his life this weekend. He really has a point to prove to Andy Robinson for not starting him.
 

Evans, Walker and Lamont are all good wingers so it's a fairly close call but I agree he's been slightly harshly done by. I do think the combination of Evans and Lamont has a nice balance to it as then you have the option of each wing coming off their wing and presenting very different attributes to the defence.

I'm not sure Lamont's media outburst has helped his cause - even though the guy seems to care more than most of the players about the situation, I don't think the coach likes it when he loses any degree of control over his players. (Personally, I find things like that refreshing compared to the bland "we tried our best, fair play to them, less errors in future, moving in the right direction" rubbish - you want your players to be saying "arrrgghhhhh losing really pisses me off: I want to WIN!!!!").
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