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Peel = Howley

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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby Rooster » Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:19 am

Dave wrote:Friend, Peel and Dundon.
And Logan still CEO, back to 2 men and a dog crowds
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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby Liz Fraser » Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:52 am

Rooster wrote:
Dave wrote:Friend, Peel and Dundon.
And Logan still CEO, back to 2 men and a dog crowds

At least wed see a bit of dog about the place in stead of the usual spineless stuff we see churned out by UR on and off the pitch.
There so much jelly about the place we should be sponsored by Hartleys.
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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby jean valjean » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:25 am

Snipe Watson wrote:
kingofthehill wrote:
Gary wrote:Our problem has been stopping tries


Another has been scoring tries when they get near the oppositions 22.


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Absolutely. The number of scoring opportunities we coughed up this season has been staggering. Classic sign of a team in turmoil and with a crisis of confidence.
We tend to do well off 1st and 2nd phase. After that we tend to go backwards once the defence had been reset. As Eddie would say we don't have the horses to pick and go to put the defence on the back foot.

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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby Gary » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:28 am

Rooster wrote:
Dave wrote:Friend, Peel and Dundon.
And Logan still CEO, back to 2 men and a dog crowds



Just 2 men. Boris says he wants to play "Bite the Postman" instead. He also reminded me he was from Sligo so doesn't support Ulster anyway. I think he might have a point.
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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby kingofthehill » Sun Apr 29, 2018 12:36 pm

jean valjean wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
kingofthehill wrote:
Gary wrote:Our problem has been stopping tries


Another has been scoring tries when they get near the oppositions 22.


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Absolutely. The number of scoring opportunities we coughed up this season has been staggering. Classic sign of a team in turmoil and with a crisis of confidence.
We tend to do well off 1st and 2nd phase. After that we tend to go backwards once the defence had been reset. As Eddie would say we don't have the horses to pick and go to put the defence on the back foot.

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Our first and second phase attack from set piece is soo poor. We lack imagination and depend on McCloskey.

Peel likes the Warren Gatland approach of a back line. Big 12, who will crash it up (no chance of a ball player at 12 with peel). Wingers with fast feet and if they understand rugby at all then it’s a bonus.




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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby Dave » Sun Apr 29, 2018 12:56 pm

Peel out
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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby promsandwich » Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:18 am

kingofthehill wrote:
jean valjean wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
kingofthehill wrote:
Gary wrote:Our problem has been stopping tries


Another has been scoring tries when they get near the oppositions 22.


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Absolutely. The number of scoring opportunities we coughed up this season has been staggering. Classic sign of a team in turmoil and with a crisis of confidence.
We tend to do well off 1st and 2nd phase. After that we tend to go backwards once the defence had been reset. As Eddie would say we don't have the horses to pick and go to put the defence on the back foot.

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Our first and second phase attack from set piece is soo poor. We lack imagination and depend on McCloskey.

Peel likes the Warren Gatland approach of a back line. Big 12, who will crash it up (no chance of a ball player at 12 with peel). Wingers with fast feet and if they understand rugby at all then it’s a bonus.




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It must be close on two years since there has been any degree of innovation or imagination from our backs. There are, as far as I can see, no set plays. In fact the most worrying thing is that so many of our tries this year have come from Piatau or Stockdale picking up the ball in broken play with whichever one of them doesn't have the ball simply following the other knowing that they are likely to receive the ball when the carrier is caught. Take one of them out of the equation and is doesn't bear thinking about.
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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby Rooster » Mon Apr 30, 2018 12:12 pm

promsandwich wrote:
kingofthehill wrote:
jean valjean wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
kingofthehill wrote:[quote="Gary"]Our problem has been stopping tries


Another has been scoring tries when they get near the oppositions 22.


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Absolutely. The number of scoring opportunities we coughed up this season has been staggering. Classic sign of a team in turmoil and with a crisis of confidence.
We tend to do well off 1st and 2nd phase. After that we tend to go backwards once the defence had been reset. As Eddie would say we don't have the horses to pick and go to put the defence on the back foot.

Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk


Our first and second phase attack from set piece is soo poor. We lack imagination and depend on McCloskey.

Peel likes the Warren Gatland approach of a back line. Big 12, who will crash it up (no chance of a ball player at 12 with peel). Wingers with fast feet and if they understand rugby at all then it’s a bonus.




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It must be close on two years since there has been any degree of innovation or imagination from our backs. There are, as far as I can see, no set plays. In fact the most worrying thing is that so many of our tries this year have come from Piatau or Stockdale picking up the ball in broken play with whichever one of them doesn't have the ball simply following the other knowing that they are likely to receive the ball when the carrier is caught. Take one of them out of the equation and is doesn't bear thinking about.[/quote]Mmmmmmm now let me think about who stopped coaching the backs 2 years ago ....
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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby promsandwich » Mon Apr 30, 2018 4:59 pm

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It must be close on two years since there has been any degree of innovation or imagination from our backs. There are, as far as I can see, no set plays. In fact the most worrying thing is that so many of our tries this year have come from Piatau or Stockdale picking up the ball in broken play with whichever one of them doesn't have the ball simply following the other knowing that they are likely to receive the ball when the carrier is caught. Take one of them out of the equation and is doesn't bear thinking about.[/quote]Mmmmmmm now let me think about who stopped coaching the backs 2 years ago ....[/quote]

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Re: Peel = Howley

Postby Dave » Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:11 pm

Statistically speaking most tries are scored from turnover ball.
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