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 Post subject: Tadhg Beirne...
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Does anyone have the address of his hospital ward, so I can get some flowers and grapes sent?
:blush: :blush: :blush:

What an absolute embarrassment of a dive - I hope he's ashamed. A shoulder check resulted in his arms flailing in the air, and him lying motionless until he got the referees' attention. Then he was back on his feet, after a dab from the magic sponge, and running around like nothing had happened.

Pure wendyball. Easily as bad as anything we've seen from Huget.


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It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


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redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


Which valley is Llanelli in?


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redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.

Terrible troll attempt. He never lived in the valleys...

As an aside, Earls was f**king sublime in that match. I've often considered him a bit of a bluffer, but he was absolutely the real deal today - everything he did was exceptional.


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Earls will get outplayed now and again. But he will never get outworked. Love the guy.

In the schtupid world of ifs n nuts: Earls attitude in Stockdale's frame?

Now THAT would be a wing for the ages.


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


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What about Dan Leavy? Didn’t see the incident. Was it bad? Might it be him out of the WC?


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Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Refs increasingly falling for it and as long as they do there will be players wiling to try and gain an advantage from it.


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Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Apparently nowadays you have to paint a picture. And Pascal, bless him, is a fan of the Impressionist school, which means neat, precise lines and delicate shading; faithful rendering of the real world as the human eye records it - well, sadly this just won't cut it for him.

One must use colour and your heart to create forms which stir; which reach deep and by rampant application of vibrant colour and bold strokes, touch the man's soul.

Subtelty must be sacrificed. Tadhg was doubtless weeping on the inside as he prostrated himself for his art.


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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nardol wrote:
Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Refs increasingly falling for it and as long as they do there will be players wiling to try and gain an advantage from it.

It's the same as the scrum-half calling ruck 'penalties'.
Pyrgos and Murray were horrendous for that this afternoon - practically every ruck was a screaming, arm-waving, tackler-slapping affair from at least one of them.


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Refs increasingly falling for it and as long as they do there will be players wiling to try and gain an advantage from it.

It's the same as the scrum-half calling ruck 'penalties'.
Pyrgos and Murray were horrendous for that this afternoon - practically every ruck was a screaming, arm-waving, tackler-slapping affair from at least one of them.


Why are you bothered about it?


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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Mr. Very Popular wrote:
Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Refs increasingly falling for it and as long as they do there will be players wiling to try and gain an advantage from it.

It's the same as the scrum-half calling ruck 'penalties'.
Pyrgos and Murray were horrendous for that this afternoon - practically every ruck was a screaming, arm-waving, tackler-slapping affair from at least one of them.


Why are you bothered about it?

Because it's a f**king annoying distraction when I'm trying to enjoy a game, and it's a horrible, cynical evolution of rugby 'gamesmanship'.

Any more inane questions?


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redderneck wrote:
Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Apparently nowadays you have to paint a picture. And Pascal, bless him, is a fan of the Impressionist school, which means neat, precise lines and delicate shading; faithful rendering of the real world as the human eye records it - well, sadly this just won't cut it for him.

One must use colour and your heart to create forms which stir; which reach deep and by rampant application of vibrant colour and bold strokes, touch the man's soul.

Subtelty must be sacrificed. Tadhg was doubtless weeping on the inside as he prostrated himself for his art.


:lol:


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redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


He never did that in Wales, but the moment he starts working with Sexton, the most notorious player for diving and over egging collisions he acts like a footballer.


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Do we have a giff?


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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Clive Simms wrote:
redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


Which valley is Llanelli in?


It blows my mind that people think Llanelli is in the valleys. Not even a coal mining area. Sheep yes. We do have those, because its agriculture and steel - actually tinplate to be exact. But we are on the coast. So no valley. :roll: Got it for the umpteenth time??

And for that matter - Swansea, Cardiff and Newport also a coastal locations.


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Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Refs increasingly falling for it and as long as they do there will be players wiling to try and gain an advantage from it.

It's the same as the scrum-half calling ruck 'penalties'.
Pyrgos and Murray were horrendous for that this afternoon - practically every ruck was a screaming, arm-waving, tackler-slapping affair from at least one of them.



You're criticising scrumhalves for being scrumhalves? :?


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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LandOTurk wrote:
Clive Simms wrote:
redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


Which valley is Llanelli in?


It blows my mind that people think Llanelli is in the valleys. Not even a coal mining area. Sheep yes. We do have those, because its agriculture and steel - actually tinplate to be exact. But we are on the coast. So no valley. :roll: Got it for the umpteenth time??

And for that matter - Swansea, Cardiff and Newport also a coastal locations.


You all look the same to us.


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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Looks like I'm not the only one: https://extra.ie/2019/03/30/sport/rugby ... -edinburgh

Quite a lot of anger from Scots on Twitter (while acknowledging the stupidity of the shoulder), and general frustration from the neutrals. Even some pros weighing in on the discussion now.

I hope we can make an example of this incidence.


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The ref did make an example of the foul play aspect of it, reversed the penalty and that directly lead to Munster winning the game. Shoeman is the player at fault for giving the ref the decision to make.if it was the other way around I’d be calling it on Beirne, like I did when I saw what Murray did, that could have easily lead to a reversed penalty and the try being chalked off.


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There is no excuse for a dive in rugby.

and anybody making them or justifying them or explaining them away should fúck off back to soccer


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Da iawn diolch wrote:
Looks like I'm not the only one: https://extra.ie/2019/03/30/sport/rugby ... -edinburgh

Quite a lot of anger from Scots on Twitter (while acknowledging the stupidity of the shoulder), and general frustration from the neutrals. Even some pros weighing in on the discussion now.

I hope we can make an example of this incidence.



Pretty disgusted at Williams making a laugh of this.


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That is pretty embarrassing.


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 Post subject: Re: Tadhg Beirne...
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The prop plants his right foot and dips his shoulder into an on-rushing, unsuspecting player who was looking at the ball.

Regardless of how hurt beirne was or was not, it’s still a fvcking penalty ..... all day every day

I’d like to give beirne the benefit of the doubt here as Schoeman is a big unit.


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eldanielfire wrote:
redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


He never did that in Wales, but the moment he starts working with Sexton, the most notorious player for diving and over egging collisions he acts like a footballer.


Oh burn

You are such a wet lettuce. I think I would rather have a beer with globus than you, sheesh :uhoh:


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I have not watched the recording yet, but Schoeman was an idiot. You have a penalty, do not do anything to put it at risk. What is frustrating is that the ref let the Murray tossing Pyrgos incident go and then penalised this.

My general impression at the game was Gauzere seemed inconsistent in what he penalised, apparently letting things go than penalising similar things later. Neither team really knew where the line was, although Munster were (as usual) better at pushing what the ref would allow.

While I do not like it, Schoeman was at fault, I am pretty sure Beirne could have stayed on his feet, but if the ref is going to let go Murray's judo toss, there was no way the illegality by Schoeman would have been penalised without Beirne doing a Hollywood.

Don't like, but it won Munster the game.


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redderneck wrote:
Da iawn diolch wrote:
nardol wrote:
The Edinburgh prop though... Why? Why do it? Pointless and retarded

No debate there. Thick.
Just very sad that such a hard and fair competitor as Beirne made such a chavball meal of it.


Apparently nowadays you have to paint a picture. And Pascal, bless him, is a fan of the Impressionist school, which means neat, precise lines and delicate shading; faithful rendering of the real world as the human eye records it - well, sadly this just won't cut it for him.

One must use colour and your heart to create forms which stir; which reach deep and by rampant application of vibrant colour and bold strokes, touch the man's soul.

Subtelty must be sacrificed. Tadhg was doubtless weeping on the inside as he prostrated himself for his art.


:lol:


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LandOTurk wrote:
Clive Simms wrote:
redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


Which valley is Llanelli in?


It blows my mind that people think Llanelli is in the valleys. Not even a coal mining area. Sheep yes. We do have those, because its agriculture and steel - actually tinplate to be exact. But we are on the coast. So no valley. :roll: Got it for the umpteenth time??

And for that matter - Swansea, Cardiff and Newport also a coastal locations.

Blows my mind you think we give a sh1t... you,re all sheep s shagging valley dwelling miners plus Tom Jones


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That is pretty embarrassing.

Yeah, yeah.


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The ref did make an example of the foul play aspect of it, reversed the penalty and that directly lead to Munster winning the game. Shoeman is the player at fault for giving the ref the decision to make.if it was the other way around I’d be calling it on Beirne, like I did when I saw what Murray did, that could have easily lead to a reversed penalty and the try being chalked off.

He also came in from the side when Barclay had sacked the maul.Schoeman would do something good then right away did something stupid.


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LandOTurk wrote:
Clive Simms wrote:
redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


Which valley is Llanelli in?


It blows my mind that people think Llanelli is in the valleys. Not even a coal mining area. Sheep yes. We do have those, because its agriculture and steel - actually tinplate to be exact. But we are on the coast. So no valley. :roll: Got it for the umpteenth time??

And for that matter - Swansea, Cardiff and Newport also a coastal locations.


Coal mining? Llanelli had over a hundred mines over time.. Kidwelly is the end of the coal fields..


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redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


:uhoh:


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It was the flailing arms that will have it remembered.


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It was the flailing arms that will have it remembered.

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:lol:

Just caught up with this. He went down like an extra in an 80s war movie.


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Any gif of the incident?


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eldanielfire wrote:
redderneck wrote:
It's ok. Another six months or so back home and we'll have coached the Valley chav out of him.


He never did that in Wales, but the moment he starts working with Sexton, the most notorious player for diving and over egging collisions he acts like a footballer.


Get a life.


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c69 wrote:
Any gif of the incident?


https://cdn.thejournal.ie/media/2019/03 ... ve-412.mp4

From Kinsella's article on it

https://www.the42.ie/schoeman-beirne-pe ... =shortlink


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fudge me


What has he become...


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