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Spidey Jones - We must have been watching a different Ospreys v Tigers game last week. Tigers ran Ospreys off their feet - again. But for the decision by Ben Youngs to kick the ball away in the last couple of minutes Tigers would have won, despite the missed kicks from Bigger. If Toulouse turn up on Sunday then I fear the worse, as Tigers are currently struggling to breakdown good sides especially when equally matched up front. So, apart from that and Leinster (too far off the pace this year), I agree with the rest of your comments...
Posted 18:24 18th January 2013
I have to agree with your views on the Saints, it shows their approach with the announcement this week of signing a new prop & retaining 2 others but no news on sorely needed 10, 11,12, 14. I must take exception with your condescending comment in the Castres game that the Saints supporters don't understand the game when it comes to tactical kicking. We do understand that an accurate kick giving the chasers a good chance is a good attacking option but we also understand that continous inaccurate kicking that does not give the chasers a chance, gives the ball back to the opposition and gives them an attacking option is not a good tactic. Unless the game plan changes and quality backs are signed then the Saints will win nothing and continue to fall further behind in Europe and the premiership.
Posted 14:44 18th January 2013
Tolouse will have too much class for the tigers, but for the widith of a post and a weak official the ospreys would have buried them last week. Quins are a strong side with a great 8 9 10 axis and will go far this season, Sarries too limited to beat the big 3 irish and french sides and the saints are far too weak at 8 9 and 10 to win anything of note Clermont are the side to beat but toloun and leinster are the next best bets
Posted 16:09 17th January 2013