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Congratulations England.

Now to business.

That has to be it for Kidney. His retarded and conservative tactics and selections have finally come back to bite him.


WTF is TOL doing on the pitch ?

He's cost us 10 points to date.

WTF is ROG doing on the pitch ? - 36 yr old has been.

Time to appoint someone who knows how to work with talent.

And with that TOL kicks our best chance of a try away.
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Nephrectomy
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TOL f**king kicks the ball out again. plum.

WTF are Ireland kicking ball away.

ENOUGH OF KIDNEYBALL.
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fudge it.

TOL and ROG just kicking possession away.
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He surely can't survive this?

Can he? :uhoh:
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Very similar buzz to Eddie's last game. He simply has to go.
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earl the beaver wrote:He surely can't survive this?

Can he? :uhoh:
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Lets hope so, this has been truly awful its really like the bad old days of the 90's
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With a recently renewed contract, you would think that it would to be too expensive to release Kidney at this point.
Hypothetically, who else is even available?
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We need a total clear out.

ROG kicks it again, the plum.
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I think its time for a root and branch clear out.
Take a few pastings over the next couple of seasons but start blooding young talent, the most important thing is the world cup in 2015.
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drfunkenstein wrote:With a recently renewed contract, you would think that it would to be too expensive to release Kidney at this point.
Hypothetically, who else is even available?
Aids would be preferrable to Kidney continuing.
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Conor O Shea

Pay the compo to get him out of his Quins contract, it will be worth it. He'd be a breath of fresh air
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drfunkenstein wrote:With a recently renewed contract, you would think that it would to be too expensive to release Kidney at this point.
Hypothetically, who else is even available?
Schmidt from Leinster.

Or anyone else from outside Ireland.
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drfunkenstein wrote:With a recently renewed contract, you would think that it would to be too expensive to release Kidney at this point.
Hypothetically, who else is even available?
You would think they would have learnt after the O'sullivan debacle
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The Irish are going to concede record losses against the Kiwis this summer.
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I'd be happy to see a new coach after that. Don't think we will mind.
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Was Kidney responsible for the Irish scrummaging throughout the game?
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Mick Mannock wrote:Was Kidney responsible for the Irish scrummaging throughout the game?
Yes. Through his retarded selections
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Heaslip, O Callaghan, O Leary, O Gara and Da'rcy can fudge off with Kidney as well.
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How was Kidney to blame for Court being absolute shit?
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Porterbelly1 wrote:Conor O Shea

Pay the compo to get him out of his Quins contract, it will be worth it. He'd be a breath of fresh air
It would appear that Conor O'Shea is quite happy with his current situation, and honestly I can't see why he would think now is a good time for him to take the position. Also I think the IRFU, having a number of monetary-minded folk within their ranks, would prefer not to spend money on compensation.
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camroc1 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Was Kidney responsible for the Irish scrummaging throughout the game?
Yes. Through his retarded selections
Who else was he meant to pick tbf?

We can't lay that one on him.

Court is by far and away our 3rd best prop, albeit as a LH.


Now the selections of DOC and D'Arcy, substitutions of ROG and TOL and the tactics, ball skills, and confidence in the camp must be laid at his door.
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camroc1 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Was Kidney responsible for the Irish scrummaging throughout the game?
Yes. Through his retarded selections
That would be Healy, the bald hooker, and Ross?
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The dude won you a grand slam. Don't be like us Welsh who have a history of tossing out the coach at the slightest hint of poor play.
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Ireland were poor today, the players just didn't play anywhere near an acceptible level. Either the captain or the coaches didn't get the motivation right, and the coaches didn't have a good gameplan.

Playing like this we were always going to lose, but after the first half there was still hope. Kidney's substitutions killed any type of form we had. And the fact that he must believe that TOL and ROG can improve Ireland is utterly depressing.

Please can we get rid of Kidney; I'll come and do the coaching myself!
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Funnily enough it will probably take a smashing like this for kidinme to wake to fudge up to the reality that team is in need of a fair bit of work and that he has to phase out quite a few players - and with Darcy and DOC off very early by deccie standards that could signal the end for them......TOL, ROG and sexton at 9,10,12 is one of the worst combos to ever take part in a six nations match but the fact that we ended up there at the end of the match is entirely down to kidney's conservatism - he is reaping what he has sown.
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JAT wrote:The dude won you a grand slam. Don't be like us Welsh who have a history of tossing out the coach at the slightest hint of poor play.
3 years ago, what, exactly, is the statute of limitations on poor form, in your considered opinion?
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JAT wrote:The dude won you a grand slam. Don't be like us Welsh who have a history of tossing out the coach at the slightest hint of poor play.
That is appearing more and more through luck rather than judgement
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This has been a good thing for Ireland, this result. In the long run.
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Putting on TOL and taking off Reddan was discraceful. The fact is that those England scrums came from the result of shite TOL passes.

I'm sick of Kidney and his parochialism. We need a new foreign coach as it's impossible for an Irish coach to be impartial these with the provincial rivalries.
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Mick Mannock wrote:Was Kidney responsible for the Irish scrummaging throughout the game?
Irish backs can be forgiven after the 'manshaming' (bcm. 17/3/12) that the irish front were handed today. If you dont have the players what can Kidney do?
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DazGoneSouth wrote:
JAT wrote:The dude won you a grand slam. Don't be like us Welsh who have a history of tossing out the coach at the slightest hint of poor play.
3 years ago, what, exactly, is the statute of limitations on poor form, in your considered opinion?
If Gatland is anything to go by, 4 years.
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JAT wrote:The dude won you a grand slam. Don't be like us Welsh who have a history of tossing out the coach at the slightest hint of poor play.
That is appearing more and more through luck rather than judgement
Yeah some people said that about the 2005 Wales grand slam as well.
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Doesn't seem like he's going anywhere. Interviewer didn't even ask him was he considering his position.
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Salanya wrote:Ireland were poor today, the players just didn't play anywhere near an acceptible level. Either the captain or the coaches didn't get the motivation right, and the coaches didn't have a good gameplan.

Playing like this we were always going to lose, but after the first half there was still hope. Kidney's substitutions killed any type of form we had. And the fact that he must believe that TOL and ROG can improve Ireland is utterly depressing.

Please can we get rid of Kidney; I'll come and do the coaching myself!
What type of form was that exactly?
We were raped in scrum and made like look fools at the breakdown!
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earl the beaver wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:Was Kidney responsible for the Irish scrummaging throughout the game?
Yes. Through his retarded selections
Who else was he meant to pick tbf?

We can't lay that one on him.

Court is by far and away our 3rd best prop, albeit as a LH.


Now the selections of DOC and D'Arcy, substitutions of ROG and TOL and the tactics, ball skills, and confidence in the camp must be laid at his door.
Yes I can. Remember Buckley and Hayes were still sniffing around tight head this time last year. He has not given time to any other tightheads until forced to.

DOC has been a busted flush for at least two years. England worked out that Ryan and DOC can't scrummage.
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Earls made two great breaks but I can't help feel that he should have offloaded or passed at least one of them

I doin't think he has the vision or composure to play 13
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iarmhiman wrote:Putting on TOL and taking off Reddan was discraceful. The fact is that those England scrums came from the result of shite TOL passes.

I'm sick of Kidney and his parochialism. We need a new foreign coach as it's impossible for an Irish coach to be impartial these with the provincial rivalries.
I agree with this. TOL shouldn't be under consideration for national team duty. He is a player with zero confidence and zero form. Kidinme's horrible conservatism in persisting with TOL right up to the eve of the world cup and dragging him back in for this match......ridiculous...utterly ridiculous.

Although fact is that kidinme's job is safe so we can but hope that this has rocked his stubborn beliefs to the core and he will implement some changes.
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waguser wrote:Earls made two great breaks but I can't help feel that he should have offloaded or passed at least one of them

I doin't think he has the vision or composure to play 13
13 was not the problem today
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iarmhiman wrote:Putting on TOL and taking off Reddan was discraceful. The fact is that those England scrums came from the result of shite TOL passes.

I'm sick of Kidney and his parochialism. We need a new foreign coach as it's impossible for an Irish coach to be impartial these with the provincial rivalries.
Which parochialism is this?
The one that started more Leinster players than the players from his home province
Can anyone here name different players that should have been involved?
If we can find a coach that can magic up players I'm all for him.
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