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pioneermax
May 25, 2003
Remember, you are not a salmon

goatface posted:

Wales are going to either play the most boring, negative rugby known to mankind, or throw endless wild passes because their back line can only hold one game-plan in their mind at a time and someone suggested "flair" in the bar last night.

Clearly after 8 + years of cement head you really cant be thinking there is a tactical switch in the offing here.

Plus the key component to Gatlandball is fit (Roberts, Lydiate, Warburton, Faletau) so expect lots of channel 1 ball and side to side rucks

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pioneermax
May 25, 2003
Remember, you are not a salmon

DickEmery posted:

Adam is shot, there's no way he is fit enough.
There have been whispers of the H word but Gatland would rather play 14 than select him.

We're hosed basically.

I dunno what this is about but Gatland and Edwards both love Henson, they think his work ethic (training etc) is top notch so I doubt they would stand on ceremony.

Right now its Tyler Morgan, James Hook or maybe the orange one.

Bigger issue he needs to call up Smith (who should have been there anyway) and find a tight head and hooker somewhere.

pioneermax
May 25, 2003
Remember, you are not a salmon

Tyma posted:

My doctor is the greatest Welsh captain of all time, and I never realised they were the same person, until 70 minutes through watching a documentary about his life. He looks exactly the loving same now, as when he played rugby.

I have a prescription for really strong painkiller that's he's written for me, and I'm torn between exchanging it for vital medicine, or keeping his autograph, and living my life in constant pain!

:wales:


Didn't realise Mervyn Davis became a GP

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