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01-11-2017, 23:44   #16
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The injury crisis that England face on the wing after Jonny May was ruled out of immediate contention will not be easily resolved by summoning Marland Yarde after the former Harlequins’ wing was criticised by his recent club team-mate, Chris Robshaw, for letting down the club following his transfer to Sale Sharks. Harlequins’ patience with Yarde ran out after a string of time-keeping issues finally led to him being dropped for the match against Wasps triggering the switch of clubs.

As far as Robshaw is concerned, there is no regret at Yarde’s departure.

“Marland has run out of lives and as a club we are going to be in a better place now,” said Robshaw. “I am disappointed in him. It's a massive shame for the club because he's a talented player but [director of rugby] John [Kingston] has made a great stance.”
That's quite the statement from Robshaw
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03-11-2017, 07:41   #18
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Dan Carter says he's keen to play on for a couple more years...

https://twitter.com/DanCarter/status/926184535074668545
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Dan Carter says he's keen to play on for a couple more years...

https://twitter.com/DanCarter/status/926184535074668545
I'd like to make a suggestion that they should break the bank and bring him to Ulster
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I'd like to make a suggestion that they should break the bank and bring him to Ulster
Hard to know what Ulster should do about the 10 situation. If they go out and sign someone on a more permanent contract it would suggest Jackson's time at Ulster is up, no matter what the outcome of his current situation.

On the other hand if we sit and wait we could end up in the same place we are right now for next season if things drag on.
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I'm not going to post any links..but the goings on at Fife rugby club are shocking to say the least
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I'm not going to post any links..but the goings on at Fife rugby club are shocking to say the least
Didn't actually want to read the article. I thought we were living in 2017 !! There are some seriously ****ed up people in society.
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I'm not going to post any links..but the goings on at Fife rugby club are shocking to say the least

Fife is the land that time forgot. Their coach is Peter Horne's Dad too.

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That's quite the statement from Robshaw
You never really see that sort of statement anymore, but it's good to see in a way especially coming from someone like Robshaw, well within his rights too.
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GSTQ before the Baa Baas game, jesus wept.
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Fifita just ran 60m from inside his own half to inside the Baabaa's 22. Blindside flanker outpacing outside backs. Ridiculous player.
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Legs were running faster than his brain though.
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GSTQ before the Baa Baas game, jesus wept.
Imagine. The English National Anthem being played before a major sporting event in England. You'd never get the Irish Anthem being played before an event here.
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Imagine. The English National Anthem being played before a major sporting event in England. You'd never get the Irish Anthem being played before an event here.
Are there any ANY English players in the Baa-baas?

I'm with razorblunt, no need for English anthem for a match not involving England. I know you get a bit irritated about anthem issues though jaco.
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The whole ****ing month of november is now dedicated to the glory of the british army
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