And as I've said on these boards recently, we have natural advantages and I won't deny that but we're doing our very best to maximise those.
Sure you win the argument. Leinster don't have any advantages over anybody else. Hope yourself and Ross O'Carroll Kelly enjoy the season
The BBC website did say that Gloucester were understrength today. Even so, 57-0 is still too one-sided.I'm not a club rugby aficionado, but has there ever been anything as dominant as beating the 2nd placed French team by 32 points away from home then backing it up with a 57-0 trousering of the 4th placed English side? Unless these sides were injury ravaged or focussing on the domestic league or I'm missing something.
Leinster's 23 and wider squad is strong, but even taking that into account these results just about defy belief. They are making top level sides look like Zebre.
Less matches would help as smaller squads could be used.Yeh from Tigers POV I'm really worried about
All being kept going forward mainly to do with cap, not playing time, which is crazy add in the likes of Dolly and Kelly as well.
It feels like it's harder for Prem fans to get excited about the future players coming through because of the chances being high they do move elsewhere