MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Dave Cahill wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 8:11 pm
ITS NOT TOLAND - YAHOOO!
In fairness Stringer is pretty good co-commentator ( mind you up against (outrageous) Toland ... not hard)

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Anybody notice Tommy Bowes sheer anti Leinster bias
Nothing but negativity at HT

Saying Leo will be unhappy....Leinster very in-disciplined
Noticed it a lot last few months...clearly winds him us constantly winning 😂😂😂

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Get in Dan

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Byrne and JOB's passing is absolutely brilliant. Serious skills.

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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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alanair wrote:
Dave Cahill wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 8:11 pm
ITS NOT TOLAND - YAHOOO!
In fairness Stringer is pretty good co-commentator ( mind you up against (outrageous) Toland ... not hard)
I enjoy listening to Stringer, both as a co-comm and a pundit
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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Gearzbox2 wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 9:09 pm
Anybody notice Tommy Bowes sheer anti Leinster bias
Nothing but negativity at HT

Saying Leo will be unhappy....Leinster very in-disciplined
Noticed it a lot last few months...clearly winds him us constantly winning 😂😂😂
I don't think he said anything inaccurate or biased. We have given away an absolute bucket load of super-dumb penalties that, along with stupid mistakes, let Edinburgh off the hook numerous times
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This league is less competitive than the SPL was when Rangers were in the lower divisions
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Jimmy O'Brien again. His skills are ridiculous.

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Dave Cahill wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 9:46 pm
Gearzbox2 wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 9:09 pm
Anybody notice Tommy Bowes sheer anti Leinster bias
Nothing but negativity at HT

Saying Leo will be unhappy....Leinster very in-disciplined
Noticed it a lot last few months...clearly winds him us constantly winning 😂😂😂
I don't think he said anything inaccurate or biased. We have given away an absolute bucket load of super-dumb penalties that, along with stupid mistakes, let Edinburgh off the hook numerous times
Bonus by HT???
Couldn’t have been that bad

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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Fair play to Kelleher, he had been very solid the last few games and deserved to get on the scoresheet.

Hugh O’Sullivan is a clone of Luke McGrath. Took me ages to realise McGrath had been subbed off.

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anybody else notice the ref was playing the wrong game.
He said he had checked with VAR?????????

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Some great performances today but JOB was outstanding. Has to be MOTM

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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Gearzbox2 wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 9:53 pm

Bonus by HT???
Couldn’t have been that bad
Bonus by half time in a league that Dean Richards would only visit to buy blood capsules
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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Mixed performance, but again all too easy.

JOB looks ready for a shot at a higher level.

Penny was excellent also.

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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Like, great and all, and not ragging on anybody on the pitch, but this league is goosed.
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Its going to be difficult to get meaningful match time before Europe.

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Great to see Dan looking so powerful and piling through the work. Lots to like, bit sloppy at times but really hard to know when your opposition are so poor !! McGrath looking very sharp too and JOB is class act.

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Still impressed by the hunger and the skills, opposition maybe poor but our second half was very good. Think a lot of top teams in other leagues missing their internationals would have struggled against us tonight, plenty of big performances. Well done, Leinster.

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blaker wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 10:04 pm
Like, great and all, and not ragging on anybody on the pitch, but this league is goosed.
Bottom line is we have screwed it up !! Too good.

Leinster's toughest game in this league is against ourselves at training every week....

I know we have had this debate to the ends of the earth here before and yes I know the Premiership is a pain but a total reorg of Irish and British club rugby is badly needed. Less teams, higher quality and a Britain and Ireland Top 14 or similar is about the only way forward in my mind. Italian teams can plug into the French system.

There are simply too many sh*t club teams in the existing structure.

Politics of a solution though would be interesting to say the least.....minefield but if it isn't tackled we are going to have endless seasons of dross ahead of us.

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Re: MNR: Edinburgh in the RDS, 16/11, 8.15pm

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Dave Cahill wrote:
November 16th, 2020, 9:47 pm
This league is less competitive than the SPL was when Rangers were in the lower divisions
If you take Leinster out of the equation its probably the most competitive league in the world in any sport in the history of sport and I include blood sports in that just in case anyone was asking.

Seriously though, whats wrong with being the best eh?

Nobody else seems to have a problem with it.
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