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Old 06-10-2009, 10:51 AM
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Default A lot of anti munster posters on here

but you all seem to watch the games
otherwise where would you get all your munster threads from
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Old 06-10-2009, 11:12 AM
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but you all seem to watch the games
otherwise where would you get all your munster threads from
Of course we watch the games. If we didn't we'd have missed the muckers getting put to the sword 30-0
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Old 06-10-2009, 12:29 PM
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Of course we watch the games. If we didn't we'd have missed the muckers getting put to the sword 30-0
2008 must've been great fun for you too. Likewise 2006.
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Old 06-10-2009, 12:39 PM
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2008 must've been great fun for you too. Likewise 2006.
It's all worth it to see moments like last saturday.

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Old 06-10-2009, 01:06 PM
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It's all worth it to see moments like last saturday.
Or moments like seeing Tomas O'Leary have his leg broken is it?
Sad existence alright.
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Old 06-10-2009, 01:08 PM
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Or moments like seeing Tomas O'Leary have his leg broken is it?
Sad existence alright.
Apparently he LOLed. And then had the cheek to get high and mighty about Cian Healy nearly being blinded...
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Apparently he LOLed. And then had the cheek to get high and mighty about Cian Healy nearly being blinded...
Exactly, he's worse than the other 2 cos he actually plays the sport.
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Exactly, he's worse than the other 2 cos he actually plays the sport.
Yes and no. I can see where his bitterness re Munster The Professional Side comes from. His sentiments wouldn't be entirely unheard of in grassroots rugby. The lack of empathy for a fellow player though was shocking and when even the SFi wouldn't endorse his position, it said a lot.
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Or moments like seeing Tomas O'Leary have his leg broken is it?
Sad existence alright.
I don't play/watch rugby to see fellas get hurt, what happend to TOL tickled my funny bone though.
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Apparently he LOLed. And then had the cheek to get high and mighty about Cian Healy nearly being blinded...
I did LOL, but what happend to TOL and what happened to healy are polar opposites. In my opinion TOL is a pretty good scrum half and a sound fella as well. Which is why I laughed when he broke his leg, the timing was like something out of a greek tragedy. Besides his broken leg was an accident, where as hayes saw healys face and decided it would be a good idea to stamp on it. I've never stamped or gouged anyone in my time playing rugby, that's why i'm "high and mighty", had healy not ducked out of the way he could have gotten a stud in the eye spelling the end of his career.
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Old 06-10-2009, 01:50 PM
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I don't play/watch rugby to see fellas get hurt, what happend to TOL tickled my funny bone though.


I did LOL, but what happend to TOL and what happened to healy are polar opposites. In my opinion TOL is a pretty good scrum half and a sound fella as well. Which is why I laughed when he broke his leg, the timing was like something out of a greek tragedy. Besides his broken leg was an accident, where as hayes saw healys face and decided it would be a good idea to stamp on it. I've never stamped or gouged anyone in my time playing rugby, that's why i'm "high and mighty", had healy not ducked out of the way he could have gotten a stud in the eye spelling the end of his career.
Fucking backtracking from this fool now like.

FFS, changing your tune at this stage is not much good and if you are going to do a bit of crawling then you might come up with something more plausible than that rubbish.
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