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Discussion in '2018 NatWest Six Nations' started by Prestwick, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. Prestwick

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  3. shtove

    shtove Guest

    Mite doesn't laugh. That's for girls. And London "Big Smoke Better Than Northerners" media types.

    Meanwhile, Munster rumble on ...
  4. Nidhogg

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    A fiver on Johnson leaving Armitage home.
  5. Bullitt

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  6. danny

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    A real pity for the guy. Its a short career at the best of times , so to have this so quickly after his last injury is harsh.
  7. danny

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  8. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    But with White and Borthwick in there to give away penalties already, the opposition don't need any more excuses to score points.
  9. gingergenius

    gingergenius Guest

    A shame for Moody... not for England.

    Lipman is a quality 7; I'd still give Armitage a shot cos he deserves it. We're not lacking in this department and if SA has a good 6N then we'll have 3 half decent 7s to pick from.
  10. stormmaster1

    stormmaster1 Guest

    As an unbiased Tigers supporter i think Moody's psychotic tendencies are probably needed by England at the moment. He can give away too many pens, but given the lack of dynamism in the pack he would have been a risk worth taking. Bring on Armitage i hope. Lipman is good and consistant, but armitage is dynamic and potentially world class.
  11. Nidhogg

    Nidhogg Guest

    Lipman has just been subbed off against Toulouse with a head injury of somesort. Armitage's chances are slightly increased.
  12. bobilycious

    bobilycious Guest

    Yea, Lipman got concussion and looks unlikely to take part in any training with England.
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