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quiet Sat Mar 21, 2020 6:28 pm  
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the board is very quiet today.
born in airlie str,1939.german landmine that fell on boulevard,also blew up half of our house.thats why i dont like germans.not because they blew our house and boulevard up,but because the gerry pillock was aiming for craven park.
Re: quiet Sat Mar 21, 2020 7:09 pm  

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edinburgh yorkie wrote:
the board is very quiet today.

No rugby to talk about...
Re: quiet Sun Mar 22, 2020 8:28 am  
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good observation.
born in airlie str,1939.german landmine that fell on boulevard,also blew up half of our house.thats why i dont like germans.not because they blew our house and boulevard up,but because the gerry pillock was aiming for craven park.
Re: quiet Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:37 am  

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It’s a strange hiatus; there’s no rugby and we’ve sacked our head coach. Usually this would generate excitement and eagerly awaiting the next game for our useless lads to improve their performance and give us the gameplay we so desire. But no we’re just left wondering if the club will survive. I hope Pearson’s applying for the government grant to support 80% of their wages. Or are they all classed as self employed?
Re: quiet Mon Mar 23, 2020 1:58 am  

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Chat to you all next January
I have lost interest
Re: quiet Mon Mar 23, 2020 8:43 am  

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Chat to you all next January

Thank God for small mercies :lol:
Re: quiet Mon Mar 30, 2020 9:34 pm  
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Andy Last will get the gig anyway until end of the season at least
Never mind the bollox,bring on the rugby:)

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Re: quiet Mon Mar 30, 2020 11:39 pm  

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Andy Last will get the gig anyway until end of the season at least


Wouldnt be surprised but shouldnt be happening as he is just a culpable as Radford.
Clean sweep needed but not going to happen now
Re: quiet Tue Mar 31, 2020 5:20 am  

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Just watched the Cup Finals back to back, magical and unforgettable days.
Always the Optimist never the Pessimist. Glass Half full not half empty man me.
Re: quiet Tue Mar 31, 2020 6:46 am  

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Talking of Andy Last after re reading some of the press since the departure of Lee Radford, the ‘love in’ from certain local players and interviews with both Last & Purtill. It’s interesting that Last has said he is a different coach to LR and will go about things differently and also Purtill mentioning small changes that they have already made.
Not long before AP announced the signing of Purtill, LR was adamant he did not need any additions to the coaching staff. Add that to all the other stuff I’ve read about how LR was doing everything including things like decorating training ground etc I wonder if he just had to much control and spread himself too thinly? Instead of using Last fully as a coach and taking his and (latterly) Purtills input?
Maybe he relied on his relationship with certain players too much and in trying to cover everything himself left him falling short?
So far I have been impressed with what both AL & KP have said and hope they can turn round the performances of not just each individual player but the team as a whole.
I think as a caretaking role AL will do a good job but as for long term my worry is history repeating itself as Agar was another highly regarded in the game, but did nothing as a Head Coach for us other than taking us backwards.
I really enjoy long walks especially when they are taken by people I don't like!
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