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Re: 6 nations

Postby StalkerDellaNote » Mon 6 Feb 2017 00:45

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fatfluffycat wrote:Rugby? Isn't that the European football?

No, rugby is played mostly with hands, hence we wouldn't call it "football".
Who would be that dumb? :twisted:


Also imagine the reaction a rugby player would get if they turned up in all that silly armour the Americans use, you just need a gum shield and some shin pads

And despite all our silly armor, American Footballers still somehow manage to get hurt all the time.. which I never understood, I got mowed down by a reciever once off the sideline while being a cameraman for a local TV broadcast, guy got more hurt than me.. silly silly
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Postby Darkmil » Mon 6 Feb 2017 01:03

StalkerDellaNote wrote:And despite all our silly armor, American Footballers still somehow manage to get hurt all the time.. which I never understood, I got mowed down by a reciever once off the sideline while being a cameraman for a local TV broadcast, guy got more hurt than me.. silly silly

I believe that because of those protections player make little to no effort to protect themselves. Which is not a good idea.
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Re: 6 nations

Postby steppewolf » Tue 7 Feb 2017 14:13

Decent round overall, but how on earth France lost the match vs England? Les Bleus were better than I expected to be honest.

Scotland have a nice start but we will see if they have the gas/depth for the entire competition.

Italy - Wales was rather dull.

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Re: 6 nations

Postby realfakealex » Tue 7 Feb 2017 21:14

Have we heard from madmat after france lost???

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Re: 6 nations

Postby [EUG]MadMat » Tue 7 Feb 2017 21:19

realfakealex wrote:Have we heard from madmat after france lost???

Does abusing my moderator power to ban some impertinent count as "hearing about me"? :twisted:

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Re: 6 nations

Postby realfakealex » Tue 7 Feb 2017 23:17

[EUG]MadMat wrote:
realfakealex wrote:Have we heard from madmat after france lost???

Does abusing my moderator power to ban some impertinent count as "hearing about me"? :twisted:



RIP......... I dont want into ban.. and dont even think of pink of shame.

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Re: 6 nations

Postby edthebeast » Sun 12 Feb 2017 17:13

Madmat, nous venons pour vous!
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Re: 6 nations

Postby realfakealex » Mon 13 Feb 2017 13:28

Scot/FRA was an entertaining game I thought.....
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Re: 6 nations

Postby [EUG]MadMat » Mon 13 Feb 2017 14:11

realfakealex wrote:Scot/FRA was an intertaining game I thought.....

Not really ...
As the commentators summed up yesterday, "in two games, we've been given the choice between a flamboyant defeat and an ugly victory".

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Re: 6 nations

Postby realfakealex » Mon 13 Feb 2017 15:50

[EUG]MadMat wrote:
realfakealex wrote:Scot/FRA was an intertaining game I thought.....

Not really ...
As the commentators summed up yesterday, "in two games, we've been given the choice between a flamboyant defeat and an ugly victory".



Wooden spoon for france this year!

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