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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
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    I don't hate them at all - quite like them in fact - but for 80 mins they're just a bunch of big posh toffs running around a field in white.
    I believe only one went to Private school.

    Debatable - but I dont fink many of dem rude-boyz speak this this blood, u get me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashbang
    just a bunch of big posh toffs running around a field in white.
    Must have been Betty who donated their strip when they played in pink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashbang
    Debatable - but I dont fink many of dem rude-boyz speak this this blood, u get me?
    Lancaster's England hails from the playing fields of the nation's state schools


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    Daily Mail journos are 15 year old kids on work experience.

    It's just a bit of banter mate but they are still well-to-do types; don't know how the ones from Wigan and Huddersfield slipped through the net!

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    We've got the same divide in Ireland with Leinster normally being the "toffs" and everyone else being the "rough working class" Most of the top flight rugby players in Ireland are either solicitors, doctors or business men or their sons. Except for the Munster area where they are normally working class.

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    Brian O'Driscoll earns a world record 140th cap in his final home appearance for Ireland

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    Now then.We're not looking very good here. Let's see how good a tactician Joe Schmidt is in the 2nd half........

    BOD 132 caps for Ireland an 8 caps for the lions. One of the best centers in the world?

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    Deffo - still got the best hands in the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashbang
    Debatable - but I dont fink many of dem rude-boyz speak this this blood, u get me?
    Yhis kind of comment belongs in the football thread.......
    Rugby Union is a game noted for athleticism, discipline and respect for fellow players and officials. And the occasional punch up, with a friendly beer afterwrds.

    BOD was simply magnificent today.

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    BOD. Three assists. Made the game.
    Paris for the title next week.


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    Phillip Matthews
    Former Ireland captain on BBC One

    ''A sweet try and it was Mr Magic Hands once again. Brian O'Driscoll really is Ireland's most influential player today. There was a lot of talk in the media centre hoping that he would get man of the match today and I genuinely cannot see any other candidate.

    "It is once again all about the sleight of hand - the unpredictability of where he is going to send the ball. It has taken moments of magic from him to unlock the Italy defence today."





    Former Ireland hooker Denis McBride on 5 live Sport: "Make that three moments of brilliance from Brian O'Driscoll now. Ireland are keeping the tempo high and Italy cannot live with it. Great offloading from O'Driscoll."




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    The hero departs the field, cheered to the rafters. It's been a brilliant performance by Brian O'Driscoll - who is surely man of the match - and when he is replaced (with the potential title decider in Paris next week in mind) he receives a standing ovation.
    It's an ovation not just in recognition of a career for the ages, and not just to say goodbye to a legend on his final Ireland appearance on home soil, but one that acknowledges a superb display as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbu
    BOD. Three assists. Made the game. Paris for the title next week.
    Can't see France getting any where near them, even if the real France turn up. The Irish replacements were also an indication of the depth of a side with Zebo and Bowe missing among others.

    If Carlsberg made rugby union referees ............ Nigel Owens

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rebbu
    BOD. Three assists. Made the game. Paris for the title next week.
    Can't see France getting any where near them, even if the real France turn up. The Irish replacements were also an indication of the depth of a side with Zebo and Bowe missing among others.

    If Carlsberg made rugby union referees ............ Nigel Owens
    I'm always worried about Irelands passion because we are still 2 separate countries. Next week is going to be tough. We've choked against the frogs before and I hope this won't be one of these times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbu
    I'm always worried about Irelands passion because we are still 2 separate countries. Next week is going to be tough. We've choked against the frogs before and I hope this won't be one of these times.
    The Irish were never troubled today. A reflection of their maturity as a side and an excellent coach. Italy became a bit too adventurous a bit too quickly.
    You beat an improving side very efficiently. France will have some moments of incohesive play and Ireland are well equipped to exploit it.
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    ^ I am watching Scotland playing France at Murreyfield at this moment.
    Are the French playing twice today?

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    ^Talking about Irelands next game.

    I am also watching Scotland v France, who are not showing any future threat to a very sharp Irish side next weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by flashbang
    Debatable - but I dont fink many of dem rude-boyz speak this this blood, u get me?
    Yhis kind of comment belongs in the football thread.......
    I aint got no beef, blood...(just a leg of lamb for sunday lunch).

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    I'll get my coat...

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    Good to see Scotland turn up for the first time this year. Could be a big win for them in Jockistan.

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    That'll teach us for giving the frogs a gift try,

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    Then again ...........

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    Hmmm, hard to believe that French team could beat anybody - the Scots really should have seen that game out...

    Ireland look good.

    Two very different refs today...

    Nice to see the end of that shite pitch.

    Italy had some nice play with ball in hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Hmmm, hard to believe that French team could beat anybody
    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    I am also watching Scotland v France, who are not showing any future threat to a very sharp Irish side next weekend.
    Quote Originally Posted by rebbu
    We've choked against the frogs before and I hope this won't be one of these times.
    That could be an All Black fan...but don't worry...the frogs will probably turn up to play

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    I don't know what fuels your irrational hatred, ask your shrink.
    I don't hate England or English people...just the opposite in fact...but when it comes to international rugby England are and always have been the least popular with other nations...one only has to ask around and one will learn that...why? I have heard many reasons and as far as I know it goes way back to the 19th century

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    ^No it doesnt, its because they are pricks.

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