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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 8:50 pm 
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Question re Ulster and the tax break up there (im sure it's been asked a lot so sorry in advance).

Does it apply up there?



No


Why don't Ulster rugby simply move their HQ across to one of the three counties and pay the lads through there. If the players are willing to move over the border they could avail of it?


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Tecumseh wrote:
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Hurrah, a beacon of permanence in a land of change.

What are we arguing about?

The usual


my fullback you haven't seen is better than your fullback i haven't seen.


Brilliant stuff.

On that note, why is some Connacht lad being picked ahead of a player I've never seen play at anything other than Schools level at scrum-half for the under 20s?


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 8:52 pm 
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Who were you on the old Bored?


Just one of the lads,having the craic.


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Blackrock Bullet wrote:
Hellraiser wrote:
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Question re Ulster and the tax break up there (im sure it's been asked a lot so sorry in advance).

Does it apply up there?



No


Why don't Ulster rugby simply move their HQ across to one of the three counties and pay the lads through there. If the players are willing to move over the border they could avail of it?



That's been raised before. It wouldn't be an option since the players are paid in sterling and their place of work is in the UK.


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Mr. Very Popular wrote:
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Question re Ulster and the tax break up there (im sure it's been asked a lot so sorry in advance).

Does it apply up there?



No


And that's the reason Tommy will be in Munster red next season.

Not hard to make money by other means in the north

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Hellraiser wrote:
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Hellraiser wrote:
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Question re Ulster and the tax break up there (im sure it's been asked a lot so sorry in advance).

Does it apply up there?



No


Why don't Ulster rugby simply move their HQ across to one of the three counties and pay the lads through there. If the players are willing to move over the border they could avail of it?



That's been raised before. It wouldn't be an option since the players are paid in sterling and their place of work is in the UK.


I suppose exchange rates fluctuating might negate the benefit of it seeing as the vast majority of revenue and outgoings are through sterling.

Thanks for the prompt answer


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Heard from MB insider that Dougie took all the backs into video analysis after Saints TP match - on his own, no coaches - and went through what went wrong for our opportunities spurned and their soft tries conceded by us. Same man says that his tactical and technical ability is hugely respected. He would have many advantages as attack coach - knowledge acquired from many top level coaches over a long career and an in depth knowledge of what we have here in Munster and the work needed to be done.


Apparently he and Mike Prendergast (currently the Cookies head coach) are also assisting Ian Costello with the A side.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 9:07 pm 
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Hellraiser wrote:
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Heard from MB insider that Dougie took all the backs into video analysis after Saints TP match - on his own, no coaches - and went through what went wrong for our opportunities spurned and their soft tries conceded by us. Same man says that his tactical and technical ability is hugely respected. He would have many advantages as attack coach - knowledge acquired from many top level coaches over a long career and an in depth knowledge of what we have here in Munster and the work needed to be done.


Apparently he and Mike Prendergast (currently the Cookies head coach) are also assisting Ian Costello with the A side.


Not a bad coaching ticket at all,Mike is quite good and Bohs have gone to shit since Costello left.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 9:14 pm 
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in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.


Conor Murray was the best scrumhalf of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.


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Lightship wrote:
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Flametop wrote:
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in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.


Conor Murray was the best scrumhalf of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.



Link?


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 9:16 pm 
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Lightship wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Flametop wrote:
ticketlessinseattle wrote:
in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.


Conor Murray had the best hair of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.


He is dreamy alright.


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Hellraiser wrote:
The following was posted on MF.com:

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Heard from MB insider that Dougie took all the backs into video analysis after Saints TP match - on his own, no coaches - and went through what went wrong for our opportunities spurned and their soft tries conceded by us. Same man says that his tactical and technical ability is hugely respected. He would have many advantages as attack coach - knowledge acquired from many top level coaches over a long career and an in depth knowledge of what we have here in Munster and the work needed to be done.


Apparently he and Mike Prendergast (currently the Cookies head coach) are also assisting Ian Costello with the A side.


But Munster's back play is shit.

Dougie is probably the John Smit to McGahan's Peter De Villiers.


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Lightship wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Flametop wrote:
ticketlessinseattle wrote:
in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.


Conor Murray was the best scrumhalf of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.

Conor Murray needs to learn that when he gets to a ruck he passes the ball, not dive into it like a backrower. I can understand why you Munster lads mightn't want your SH to pass the ball to your OH, but the rest of us do.


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Who's Mr Very Popular?


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w0rdtothe3rd wrote:
Hellraiser wrote:
The following was posted on MF.com:

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Heard from MB insider that Dougie took all the backs into video analysis after Saints TP match - on his own, no coaches - and went through what went wrong for our opportunities spurned and their soft tries conceded by us. Same man says that his tactical and technical ability is hugely respected. He would have many advantages as attack coach - knowledge acquired from many top level coaches over a long career and an in depth knowledge of what we have here in Munster and the work needed to be done.


Apparently he and Mike Prendergast (currently the Cookies head coach) are also assisting Ian Costello with the A side.


But Munster's back play is shit.

Dougie is probably the John Smit to McGahan's Peter De Villiers.



:?


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Who's Mr Very Popular?



It's a secret.


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camroc1 wrote:
Lightship wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Flametop wrote:
ticketlessinseattle wrote:
in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.


Conor Murray was the best scrumhalf of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.

Conor Murray needs to learn that when he gets to a ruck he passes the ball, not dive into it like a backrower. I can understand why you Munster lads mightn't want your SH to pass the ball to your OH, but the rest of us do.


Yeah,because Munster need a scrum half who has a pass and nothing else to his game for a change.


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w0rdtothe3rd wrote:
Who's Mr Very Popular?


MVP to you Noob.


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Hellraiser wrote:
w0rdtothe3rd wrote:
Hellraiser wrote:
The following was posted on MF.com:

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Heard from MB insider that Dougie took all the backs into video analysis after Saints TP match - on his own, no coaches - and went through what went wrong for our opportunities spurned and their soft tries conceded by us. Same man says that his tactical and technical ability is hugely respected. He would have many advantages as attack coach - knowledge acquired from many top level coaches over a long career and an in depth knowledge of what we have here in Munster and the work needed to be done.


Apparently he and Mike Prendergast (currently the Cookies head coach) are also assisting Ian Costello with the A side.


But Munster's back play is shit.

Dougie is probably the John Smit to McGahan's Peter De Villiers.



:?


What I mean to say is: because the backs coaching is so shit, Dougie is merely plugging a hole out of perceived necessity. That doesn't necessarily mean he'd be a suitable backs coach in the medium to long term.


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Mr. Very Popular wrote:
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Who's Mr Very Popular?


MVP to you Noob.


I had your ol' lade.


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Hellraiser wrote:
Lightship wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Flametop wrote:
ticketlessinseattle wrote:
in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.



Conor Murray was the best scrumhalf of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.



Link?


Sorry, I don't have one.


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Ah what the fudge this is shite.


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Did dougie gather the backs to point out his poor defensive positioning and decision making for Ashton's try?

Or did he point to his try and go, "just do that bro, run through em"


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Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


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Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


How'd you get a working avatar?


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Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


How'd you get a working avatar?


Yours is working fine as far as I can see mate. But I just followed the instructions?


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Lightship wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Flametop wrote:
ticketlessinseattle wrote:
in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.


Conor Murray was the best scrumhalf of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.


Not surprising given what they collate. I don't think any set of statistics could give you an idea of how a SH is playing whatever about their use in other positions.

At the very least it would need to be an in depth analysis of pass speed, time at each ruck, accuracy of pass but even then there's no real way to measure the most important SH skill, decision making.

Not a critique aimed at Murray as such, I like him as a player and given Reddan's average form should start but he's a little way to go before being a top SH.


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Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


In fairness,Connacht U-20's beat all comers this year,if they can hang onto Nigel Carolan as the coach they'll keep progressing like this,trick is to get those guys to make the leap to senior rugby and keep them in Connacht.


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CM11 wrote:
Lightship wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Flametop wrote:
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in the spirit of starting afresh, we had agreed that ROG has to start against Wales right ?


400 pages before midnight. Are we trying to keep ahead of the other nations?


Nah, not subtle enough.

Reddan v Murray is more debateable although sadly Reddan's form gives Murray a big edge.

Alternatively Earls v Trimble should generate a few pages but again the fact most think Earls will be 13 or failing that Bowe means no wing debate.

Ryan v Tuohy, there you go.


Conor Murray was the best scrumhalf of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup according to Opta stats.


Not surprising given what they collate. I don't think any set of statistics could give you an idea of how a SH is playing whatever about their use in other positions.

At the very least it would need to be an in depth analysis of pass speed, time at each ruck, accuracy of pass but even then there's no real way to measure the most important SH skill, decision making.

Not a critique aimed at Murray as such, I like him as a player and given Reddan's average form should start but he's a little way to go before being a top SH.


The fact he's come out on top of their stats while playing behind a pack that had its fair share of messy ball is a great indication that he's going in the right direction,this time last year he had no Munster starts to his name,if he keeps on the same trajectory he'll be very hard to drop.


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maherro wrote:
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Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


How'd you get a working avatar?


Yours is working fine as far as I can see mate. But I just followed the instructions?


Really? Can't see it. Bugger.


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maherro wrote:
anonymous_joe wrote:
maherro wrote:
Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


How'd you get a working avatar?


Yours is working fine as far as I can see mate. But I just followed the instructions?


Really? Can't see it. Bugger.



I can't see either of yer sigs. It took my four attempts to get my own to display.


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Hellraiser wrote:
anonymous_joe wrote:
maherro wrote:
anonymous_joe wrote:
maherro wrote:
Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


How'd you get a working avatar?


Yours is working fine as far as I can see mate. But I just followed the instructions?


Really? Can't see it. Bugger.



I can't see either of yer sigs. It took my four attempts to get my own to display.


What Browser are ye using lads? I'm using chrome


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anonymous_joe wrote:
maherro wrote:
anonymous_joe wrote:
maherro wrote:
Whats the story lads? I have to say I like this new bored.

Aaaaanyhoooo I notice for the second season in a row Connacht overtaking Munster in underage representation. Weshties yous must be pretty positive about the future?


How'd you get a working avatar?


Yours is working fine as far as I can see mate. But I just followed the instructions?


Really? Can't see it. Bugger.


I'll describe it for you,A lovely pic of Axel lifting the cup being re-enacted by a few lads in blue.


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What Browser are ye using lads? I'm using chrome


FF


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FF for me as well.


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FF for me and Joe, Maherro and HR's avatars are all working for me....


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Got it working now. Hurrah. My favourite HEC win.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:00 pm 
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From the main PR site. Didn't know that there were worries of him needing an operation.


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reland team manager Michael Kearney has confirmed that Luke Fitzgerald may be available for their second match in the Six Nations.

Fitzgerald was omitted from Declan Kidney's 32-man squad named ahead of Sunday's opener against Wales, as he recovers from a neck injury.

But Kearney revealed that the 24-year-old utility back could return to the side for the clash with France in Paris on February 11.

"Luke has a neck injury - an issue with a disk - and has been out longer than initially anticipated," he said.

"He's improving and we're hopeful that he'll be available for selection within the next week or two but there's no definitive timeline on his recovery. It's a case of monitoring it and seeing how it progresses.

"He's back doing light training with Leinster and our information is that he won't need an operation," added Kearney.




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Cleared my cache, now they're showing.


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