Wilkinson Signs for Toulon

Discussion in 'Top 14 & Rugby Pro D2' started by Bullitt, May 17, 2009.

  1. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div>
    After months of speculation, it's finally happened.

    Discuss.
     
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  3. O'Rothlain

    O'Rothlain Guest

    Are we taking bets on how long he'll last in the Top 14 before picking up a season ending injury? :D
     
  4. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    I love how they reported this on the RTÉ website.

    Jonny Wilkinson has signed for Toulon,

    Wilkinson dropped the winning goal when England won the world cup in 2003.

    and has basically done sod all since bar being injured. Well done Toulon that's 2 crocked out halves you've signed now.
     
  5. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    Lol Toulon. I'll give them two years before they've signed every player on the planet.
     
  6. MunsterMan

    MunsterMan Guest

    Toulon have also signed Munster third/fourth choice tighthead Timmy Ryan :huh:

    Who won't they sign?
     
  7. monkeypigeon

    monkeypigeon Guest

    Breaking news.

    Toulon, concerned about the health of Filipe Contepomi and knowing the tendency Jonny Wilkonson has for injury have signed Ross O'Carroll-Kelly. The self proclaimed Greatest Outhalf never to play for Ireland, playboy extrodinaire and former head coach of the Andoran natioanal rugby team who prides himself on having gotten the better of many of the great Leinster players of our time at schoolboy level including the Dricmeister himself & Dorcy.
     
  8. feicarsinn

    feicarsinn Guest

    jasus I remember that kick he put left in the S a few years back in the final, lost them the cup if i remember. Also that one he missed for UCD against Old Castlerock. Can they rely on him for the big game temperment?
     
  9. shazbooger

    shazbooger Guest

    16 Players they have signed so far, with a new director of rugby. You cant argue with their ambition.
     
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