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Old 04-08-2006, 12:36 PM
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Munster hooker Jerry Flannery goes into a Dublin hospital this morning for shoulder surgery that will rule him out of action for a number of months. While its not known exactly how long he will be out of action he will certainly miss Munster's opening Heineken Cup games and the November internationals.
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Old 04-08-2006, 01:02 PM
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Enter Frankie n Forgarty stage left... Fogs will get a good CL run now I'd say. Frankie is fit but there's still a degree of specualtion as to when he'll play next
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Old 04-08-2006, 01:15 PM
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fogarty doesn't look that fit though, did ya see the belly on him?
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fogarty doesn't look that fit though, did ya see the belly on him?
He's a hooker FFS and any time I've seen him play he's looked pretty mobile. He could do with top-level experience though. If he can work on his scrummaging and make sure he's more accurate out of touch then we'll be fine. Remember, Fogarty is only in his early 20s, utter infancy for a front row. He'll get alot better
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i hope so, but it remains to be seen. shannon had a class hooker in the AIL final, i don't know his name but i wonder where he is in the munster set-up
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i hope so, but it remains to be seen. shannon had a class hooker in the AIL final, i don't know his name but i wonder where he is in the munster set-up
Seán Cronin. He's an exciting prospect alright. I'm not sure if he's got a Munster dev. contract this year though
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Seán Cronin. He's an exciting prospect alright. I'm not sure if he's got a Munster dev. contract this year though
yeah he does, i know that much
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No guarantee that he'll play. It'll be great if he does, proven contender and but for injury he'd have been in the 2 jersey in Cardiff last May. That said everything is a little cagey and vague WRT a return date for Frankie. I reckon Fogarty might start the season off at any rate
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No guarantee that he'll play. It'll be great if he does, proven contender and but for injury he'd have been in the 2 jersey in Cardiff last May. That said everything is a little cagey and vague WRT a return date for Frankie. I reckon Fogarty might start the season off at any rate
Are you sure?
I heard he was right again.
Never nice to hear of a player being out but Id say twasnt the worse news frankie could have got on his honeymoon
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