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Postby User removed » 03 Mar 2006, 01:15

sean_the_bean wrote:I reckon they must've won some games in the 6 nations, because I remember Wales and Scotland getting wooden spoons before.


Yep, with Wales you are right. Italy have played Wales 11 times and beaten us once in Rome in the six-nations two years ago.
Just found out the above Scotland i don't know.

I really think Italy could make it twice this championship though.
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Postby User removed » 03 Mar 2006, 04:27

They have a chance of beating Wales, I'm not too sure about Scotland...
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Postby G_Man_007 » 03 Mar 2006, 09:39

Anyone know when Wales last beat France in the Millennium Stadium?
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Postby User removed » 03 Mar 2006, 09:47

Probably not for a long time... Before the last world cup they were pretty s**t tbh :?

But France have been pretty unconvincing this year, so they might have a chance to beat them.
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Postby G_Man_007 » 03 Mar 2006, 10:02

I need an answer!
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Postby User removed » 03 Mar 2006, 10:22

Fine you crybaby! :P

Erm, as far as I can tell, Wales have not beaten France in the Millenium Stadium during the 6 nations.
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Postby User removed » 11 Mar 2006, 23:12

Dear me Wales, i think you are nearing the poorest side in world Rugby at the moment.
I'm Welsh, but got to be honest i was willing Italy to victory for the pure effort they have put in this game and their previous games.
For wales the wooden spoon beckons...
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Postby User removed » 12 Mar 2006, 06:12

The Welsh team is a far cry from the side last year... But underdogs Italy and Scotland are making this tournament more exciting in terms of results.
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Postby FatBoyFonz » 12 Mar 2006, 19:23

Sorry, but I'd just like to praise the French team, although England did play nearly as badly as Wales.
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Postby G_Man_007 » 12 Mar 2006, 22:24

I'm really glad to see Scotland showing such flair and determination after their problems last year. If there's any justice, they'll come in the top three this tournament.

Wales have got a lot of work to do for next year; we're missing Alfie (I hope his medical condition doesn't end his career, as we need his leadership back in the side - he's such a great captain and character), Cockbain, and others with injuries, the fallout from Henson's book still overshadows everything, there's still issues concerning his deserving of a place in the squad and Ruddock's departure, and the overall morale of the team affected by all this needs to be improved.
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Postby FatBoyFonz » 13 Mar 2006, 10:39

It would help if they just learnt how to catch and hold on to the ball!

Don't think Gareth Thomas will be playing next year in the 6 nations myself.
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Postby G_Man_007 » 13 Mar 2006, 18:32

FatBoyFonz wrote:It would help if they just learnt how to catch and hold on to the ball!
Every game, EVERY F*CKING GAME!!!! We need an Eyes and Hand Coach...
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Postby User removed » 14 Mar 2006, 00:40

Your stand-in coach Scott Johnson was the skills coach before Ruddock left. isn't that the same thing?
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Postby G_Man_007 » 14 Mar 2006, 00:56

What skills? :P
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Postby User removed » 14 Mar 2006, 01:25

FatBoyFonz wrote:Don't think Gareth Thomas will be playing next year in the 6 nations myself.


Yep i agree with that.
I never really rated him anyway, he is good i suppose but he would not break into the down under teams he's too predictable and now going mentally insane :P

Fresh blood is needed in many areas of the team i reckon...
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