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Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby Tevez » Thu Jun 11, 2009 12:41 pm

Just thought I'd start a rumour....

New BT guy starts job with "Jump or Pushed" Williams speculation, then pushes the "Richard Hill poised to be appointed" story, then exposes the "UR in disarray" story...

Now whilst I am all for big-balled journos, I suspect that he will find himself persona non grata down Ravenhill way, certainly MR will have hauled him across the coals this morning, and he is unlikely to be invited to any forthcoming UR press gatherings.

Whilst it may have been his dream job surely he should have known that with only one pro rugby club in town, if you don't do supine, you don't get access....and if you don't have access....you have to rely on messageboards for your info - reliable, or..... perish the thought, otherwise!

If he does lose his job there's always the Team PR job at UR....or maybe not!
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby Big-al » Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:57 pm

Its like something you'd read from the Sun
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby darkside lightside » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:18 pm

who knows he may be at the telly longer than MR is at UR...
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby ColinM » Thu Jun 11, 2009 11:42 pm

Genius title for a thread :salut:
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby BR » Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:23 am

UR needs the BT more than the BT needs UR!

Good start from him IMHO. Shouts, "Tell me what's going on, or I will fill the void with speculation and reports from other sources !"
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby BR » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:17 pm

2 days to go ...

darkside lightside wrote:who knows he may be at the telly longer than MR is at UR...


Good call.
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby darkside lightside » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:48 pm

wow! I'd forgotten that - I suppose it just goes to show how insightful and brilliant I am

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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby cables » Sat Oct 16, 2010 2:21 am

Red Hand Hero wrote:
He has yet to score this term, but that doesn’t worry him unduly


One could gloss over the first bit as a mistake. The second bit ("that doesn’t worry him unduly") however is a wee bit more worrying. Does Ian not even remember scoring? :scratch:

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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby King Ding » Sat Oct 16, 2010 2:52 am

I read the spread earlier in the tele and noticed something but cant get a quote of the web.

He said something along the lines of, "McLaugh, being a flanker as a player, will look to play a conservative game, while the biaritz coach, who was a centre as a player, will try play an attacking game"

Has he ever seen biaritz play? 9 man rugby, yet he seems to think they will set the world alight.
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby cables » Sat Oct 16, 2010 3:22 am

King Ding wrote:I read the spread earlier in the tele and noticed something but cant get a quote of the web.

He said something along the lines of, "McLaugh, being a flanker as a player, will look to play a conservative game, while the biaritz coach, who was a centre as a player, will try play an attacking game"


Close enough KD.

"McLaughlin, who was a flanker, is the more cautious of the two. Rodriguez, who was a centre, would be inclined towards attack."

The 9 man rugby quote was in another article by the same journo and was attributed to Wannenburg.
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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby Rooster » Sat Oct 16, 2010 8:29 am

cables wrote:
Red Hand Hero wrote:
He has yet to score this term, but that doesn’t worry him unduly


One could gloss over the first bit as a mistake. The second bit ("that doesn’t worry him unduly") however is a wee bit more worrying. Does Ian not even remember scoring? :scratch:

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Re: Bel Tel Rugby Correspondent to be out by Christmas

Postby backawaygoonahead » Sat Oct 16, 2010 9:50 pm

King Ding wrote: He said something along the lines of, "McLaugh, being a flanker as a player, will look to play a conservative game, while the biaritz coach, who was a centre as a player, will try play an attacking game"


So EOS was a small insignificant wee winger and never trusted his players & also worked with G Hook esq, a prop, for USA.

So where is this going? What was their style? Talking complete and utter ballix just like the man responsible for the quote about tomorrows coaches.

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