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Old 04 February 2012, 16:23   #71
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Another woeful performance from Scotland. Do all the hard work, get the ball up to the opponents 22 then give it away
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Scotland should have ran away with this game,
Dont agree

It was a dis-jointed performance from the start .. you are right though.. in that they did show great moments, but so did the English in a less flashy way , just by their resilience ... for such a new squad, I have to take my hat off to them, and it wasnt even a home game .. very fair played win I say

I was going into this with high hopes for Scotland, as I felt we have made a lot of progress recently, but that performance for some experienced lads is just not good enough by a long shot.... I nearly spilled my guinness a couple of times at the incoherence, the fumbles .... doh .... I was raging

never mind .. great watching the action Best game in the world
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Right then. Thats the Saturday warm up matches out of the Way.

Let's get down to Business.

Wales - Wales - Wales -Wales - Wales
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Stuttering Game with Flashes of Good stuff,BUT considering all the S**T AT, and SINCE the World cup I'm just pleased it looks like Sanity is finaly prevailing, BOTH sides can build on that performance.
And I agree with Kerny, Farrel Jnr looks a Class act!
Reckon Wales will do it this year...but The Frogs have got thier Big games at Home,so ANYTHING can happen!
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Well for me Ireland was harshly done too, should have been a red card for that pile driving tackle by Bradley Davies and no way should the Irish player have been binned for his tackle, there was nothing wrong with it, but what a good game anyways
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More exciting than sat anyway.
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Well for me Ireland was harshly done too, should have been a red card for that pile driving tackle by Bradley Davies and no way should the Irish player have been binned for his tackle, there was nothing wrong with it, but what a good game anyways
If you want to talk about being harshly done by, take a look at Ryan Jones's disallowed try in the first half.

There was no 'pile-driving' in the tackle, he just didn't lower him to the ground. Whether it was a RED or Yellow card wouldn't have had any bearing on the result in any case.
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Well for me Ireland was harshly done too, should have been a red card for that pile driving tackle by Bradley Davies and no way should the Irish player have been binned for his tackle, there was nothing wrong with it, but what a good game anyways

Plus one for me, I hate barnes as a ref he is so up his backside!
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More exciting than sat anyway.
I agree wholeheartedly no comparison today we had two teams that wanted to play the game and showed some good cutting lines. As I have said the only bad thing was the ref
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If you want to talk about being harshly done by, take a look at Ryan Jones's disallowed try in the first half.

There was no 'pile-driving' in the tackle, he just didn't lower him to the ground. Whether it was a RED or Yellow card wouldn't have had any bearing on the result in any case.
Take a look again that tackle it was a straight red IMO, whether it would have changed the result
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Davies was back on after North's try.
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