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    Yea looking like the wooden spoon is between Ireland and France, which would be a bit of a turn up.
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    How the **** did they get away with that line-up? He threw it a yard behind his own side and England still nearly pinched it. Not straight surely.
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    Well played Wales, outclassed us. no complaints, just a bit annoyed.

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    At least I missed most of this. Seeing one of our no-hopers drop a ball 5 minutes in to lead to Wales' first score pretty much set the tone, but I didn't expect to see 30 points on the board when I switched it back on. Sounds like we've been completely outclassed. And it sounds like Lancaster still has a massive job to sort out the ****e attitude that's still at the heart of English rugger.

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    Walsh was terribad, but we were worse.

    Having a back three with no pace came home to roost big time. & Robshaw? Foxtrot Oscar. Not a test #7's arsehole. Fat tongued Quin charlie.

    Kudos to the Leekists; better team won.
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    Wales are very ordinary so England have a huge amount of work to do

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    Love Six Nations weekends.

    Think yer Leekists will dismantle the plucky Eyeties.

    Hope springs eternal and all that tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Love Six Nations weekends.

    Think yer Leekists will dismantle the plucky Eyeties.

    Hope springs eternal and all that tho.
    Until we discover that they can't make a tackle when trying to defend a lead in the last five minutes. Lazy tossers will get what they deserve if that's the best they can manage. Village green stuff. A decent team would have put the bloke with the ball in Row Z. All talk and trousers, yet again.
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    Yep.

    Hateful stuff.

    Great game, but shouldn't have lost that.

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    I turned on coz even though I dislike rugby it seemed a close finish, and there was nothing else on. Was quite annoyed about the comms talking about a good performance though,winning is a good performance surrendering a lead in the last few minutes isn't IMHO.

    Mind you I know FA about Rugger, so ho-hum.
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