Johann Muller for Ulster?

Discussion in 'Guinness Pro14' started by snoopy snoopy dog dog, Dec 24, 2009.

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    He'd be an excellent signing. Ulster need to add some beef to their tight 5 and Muller would bring that in spades. His experience captaining the Sharks would be invaluable to an Ulster side who need more leaders to help their abundance of talented young players. It might light a fire under Ryan Caldwell's ass and get him performing as well as he can again. Muller, Tuohy, O'Donoghue, Caldwell and McCullough would be an excellent 2nd row rotation.

    Add a new fullback, scrumhalf, backup flyhalf and backup tighthead to Muller's possible signing and Ulster begin to look very strong.
     
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  3. MunsterMan

    MunsterMan Guest

    Ulster's squad is very young anyway, Ferris, Henry, Pollock, Faloon, Whitten, Trimble, Cave etc. all first team regulars under 25, if they can add to the areas you mentioned the next 5 years look very promising.
     
  4. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Wasn't he a touring car driver in the 90's?
     
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    He's been outstanding of late. Getting the captaincy on a rotational basis has been the making of him.
     
  6. Steve-o

    Steve-o Guest

    He might be the Sharks captain but I've never liked Muller. However if he leaves we'll be looking a bit thin with experience in our locks. Albert van den Berg will probably take the number 5 jersey and he is around 33-34 now, with his likely sub to be the 20 year old Alister Hargreaves. Steven Sykes is only around 24 and is showing great progress so the number 4 jersey covered. But anyway Muller will do a club like Ulster well, he's a good provincial player but his international career has stagnanted along with ability. Plus he stands in the backline and ALWAYS butchers an overlap, f**ks me off something terrible! :lol:
     
  7. The rumour has been picked up by the Beeb:


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