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Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby tigerburnie » Sun Jul 01, 2018 11:17 am

I thought I'd re kindle Russ's favourite subject as we are yet again to dance the fandango in the Heiney Cup this coming term. We really did have a bitch of a start last season under that nice Mr Matt O'Connor, but luckily the board managed to conjure up a savior in a forwards coach who actually knows what they are meant to do, so some semblance of order was restored.
Pre season training started last week, minus the Internationals who were busy earning their respective RFU's loads of lucre to keep the biscuit mountain up to full height.
We have some new faces and one or two have departed, still one more prop due from some Pacific Island somewhere as Leicestershire no longer has any.
Some thing has just occurred to me, we have this potty mouthed exiled head coach and you have this potty mouthed exiled head something or other, Baggy you ain't moon lighting in Leicester whilst pretending to be in sunnier climes are you? >yahoo
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby UlsterNo9 » Sun Jul 01, 2018 11:58 am

Know of any Irish qualified out halves in the Leicestershire area TB?
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Jul 01, 2018 3:11 pm

Yes TB, I am in Leicester leaving my much nicer cloned self here to be nice to everyone, speaking of which, jolly nice to hear from you again old bean. Are you still spreading the word in Chillyjockoland?

This will be your chance to draw level in the series Tiggers V Ulster. Currently 5-3 to Ulster I believe, but we couldn't bate eggs, despite winning our last clatter of games with a draw in Turnipstan thrown in. Next season UR has decided to go with about 13 seasoned pros, a few guys with a dozen caps between them and a rash of unproven youngsters. Tiggers I assume will have scoured the globe for large dusky chappies who can run through brick walls?

God be with the days when English teams put out English players and Ulster was full of Ulstermen.

Aaaaaaaaaaah, houl'on there, I'm getting all Britain First with nostalgia, it'll be grand when the season starts. Were you a fan of Moseley TB? I dare say they supplied a few North Midlanders to the East Midlands? Or are you a multiculturalist like me, I believe an Ulsterman is one who pulls on the shirt and plays like it means something to him, I cite Sean Reidy as a fine example.

I'd cite Ruan Pienaar but a dirty Aussie bast............... sorry nearly lost the run of myself there. He was told to leave, still, he'll be back on the coaching staff next season, well I say next season, the wan after I suppose. I hope he's a better kicking coach than that first kick he had in the French Cup Final when Castres bate them goodlookin'.
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Jul 01, 2018 7:57 pm

Looks far too good for Ulster TB, he should score several hattricks.

Just one thing, when was the tackle outlawed in Lionel rugby? I must have missed that.
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby tigerburnie » Sun Jul 01, 2018 8:16 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:Looks far too good for Ulster TB, he should score several hattricks.

Just one thing, when was the tackle outlawed in Lionel rugby? I must have missed that.

A lot of the 2nd vid are from the Super Dooper Cup, they red faced and red shirted lads were Munstermen.
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Jul 01, 2018 10:08 pm

tigerburnie wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Looks far too good for Ulster TB, he should score several hattricks.

Just one thing, when was the tackle outlawed in Lionel rugby? I must have missed that.

A lot of the 2nd vid are from the Super Dooper Cup, they red faced and red shirted lads were Munstermen.


Sorry TB, my eyes glazed over, it's been a roaster of a day over here, 31C with very little wind. Did enjoy an hour soaking in the hot-tub with a good muscle battering on the high setting. :D
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby Neill_M » Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:41 pm

Matt O’Connor sacked after 1 game.
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby solidarity » Mon Sep 03, 2018 8:27 pm



I've just seen this - he certainly is some mover, TB All the same, despite him, Tiggers look ready to be taken to the cleaners!
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby UlsterNo9 » Mon Sep 03, 2018 10:23 pm

Neill_M wrote:Matt O’Connor sacked after 1 game.


There is something more going on at Leicester than meets the eye. Cockerill, Mauger and now O'Connor appreciate not all in the same role.

Saturday versus Exeter appeared like the Leicester players just rolled over, it's not the first time this same set of players have dropped their management team in it. Player power issue?

I work with a Tiger fan and he is adamant Simon Cohen current Leicester CEO needs to go.

Strikes a lot of similarities to Ulster.
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby tigerburnie » Thu Sep 06, 2018 8:39 pm

UlsterNo9 wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Matt O’Connor sacked after 1 game.


There is something more going on at Leicester than meets the eye. Cockerill, Mauger and now O'Connor appreciate not all in the same role.

Saturday versus Exeter appeared like the Leicester players just rolled over, it's not the first time this same set of players have dropped their management team in it. Player power issue?

I work with a Tiger fan and he is adamant Simon Cohen current Leicester CEO needs to go.

Strikes a lot of similarities to Ulster.

I think we all agree with your work mate, the Tigers board is running the club brilliantly at making revenue, useless at putting a winning side on the pitch, word has it one of the newer board members who has invested a fair bit of money was "incandescent with rage" after the Exeter no show, he wasn't the only one. Geordie Murphy has the reins early, lets hope he is as impressive from the touchlines as he was for us on the pitch.
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Re: Tigers watch 2018/19 season

Postby tigerburnie » Sun Sep 09, 2018 4:48 pm

Well that was a start, just need to find some defence
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/45411011
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