Ben Cohen...

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by Saint N Sinner, Dec 24, 2005.

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  2. Coco

    Coco Guest

    Oh dear, he does seem to get injured quite a bit doesn't he?

    Oh well, won't change how Saints play their games will it - just losing...

    Coco
     
  3. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    Will be interesting to see if he has any chance of being involved for England in the 6 nations now, won't have much playing time before the Welsh game and whether he'd be chosen anyway is up to Andy Robinson.
     
  4. DC

    DC Guest

    he shoudl be able to 6 weeks i wouldnt doubt it, unless is bones heal slowly then it could be a problem...
     
  5. harrison2468

    harrison2468 Guest

    It should be Voyce or Varndell on the other wing. Cohen still hasn't hit top form, and is too similar to Cueto, who is performing better.
     
  6. Coco

    Coco Guest

    I agree.

    In Cohen's case he seemed to have reached a peak in the World Cup, but has declined ever since. I think Voyce should be playing at No 11 and Varndell on the bench at the moment (even though he is a Tigers man).

    Coco
     
  7. In the RWC he didn't play his best, no way near hist top form.

    But played his part.
     
  8. mark_shaw

    mark_shaw Guest

    are there any wingers in england (white boys) that play like rocks, sivi, dougy etc..or are they all like cohen
     
  9. Cueto, Voyce, Diggin (ahem, running out of ideas off the top of my head)
     
  10. mark_shaw

    mark_shaw Guest

    i remember seeing this black guy and he wasnt a import from the islands he was an english dude ..his name was monye or sumting??
     
  11. harrison2468

    harrison2468 Guest

    Yeah, Ugo Monye. He is quite good, but playing in the Second Division with Quins at the mo, so unlikely to get picked any time soon.
     
  12. Titan

    Titan Guest

    His brother ND is far better! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. mark_shaw

    mark_shaw Guest

    7s playah or smthing
     
  14. Monye's been around the 7s circuit for ages. Other wingers to watch for the future are Richard Houghton of Saracens, and Tom Varndell of Leicester. All these guys can really go when they put their foot down.
     
  15. sarries fan

    sarries fan Guest

    Richard Haughton is good but no saracens players ever get the recognition they deserve, cos take tom Varndell for example only started this season already had his 1st cap for england,
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    also Dan Scarborough and Ben Johnston are good fast strong and usualy reliable
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    and ben skirving for england no'8.
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  16. Jon Clarke, definately a contender for the England 13 jersey in future...

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  17. Coco

    Coco Guest

    I think Varndell is certainly going to become a regular in the England line-up in the future. He has searing speed and good strength. In the few minutes of playing for his first England cap he scored a try. And he's only about 20. I think he has a bright future ahead of him.

    Coco
     
  18. harrison2468

    harrison2468 Guest

    Varndell will have a more likely chance with England because he plays for a 'glamour' club, Leicester. It is sadly the truth in the politics of the game.

    Varndell btw ran ACROSS the field, just to avoid a certain Lima and his tackle, last match.
     
  19. mark_shaw

    mark_shaw Guest

    oussy..is he a white dude? vadell? is everyone scared of lima up there haha
     
  20. cavan

    cavan Guest

    Varndell is gonna be the next big thing in English rugby. He's a try scorer is more of a marketable comodity than the likes of Cueto. If you guys saw him in the Durban 7's you'd have to be impressed. The best debut tournament since Lomu some say. Dunno about that but he's gonna be a star in the next few years.
     
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