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    Official Proper Confirmed Welsh Team

    Chavs to line up like so -

    Wales team to face Ireland: K Morgan (Dragons);
    AN Other, H Luscombe (Harlequins), J Hook (Ospreys), C Czekaj (Blues);
    S Jones (Scarlets, capt), D Peel (Scarlets); G Jenkins (Blues), R
    Thomas (Blues), C Horsman (Worcester), I Gough (Dragons), A Wyn Jones
    (Ospreys), A Popham (Scarlets), M Williams (Blues), R Jones (Ospreys).
    Replacements: M
    Rees (Scarlets), Duncan Jones (Ospreys), R Sidoli (Blues), Gavin Thomas
    (Scarlets), M Phillips (Blues), C Sweeney (Dragons), J Robinson (Blues).<!- E BO ->

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    #2
    Henson deosnt even make the bench

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      #3
      Or Charvis.

      Foaming at the mouth on Gwlad. Bunch of whingeing **nts.



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        #4
        any word on Alfie?

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          #5


          they bring the term "one eyed" to a new level.


          twats
          Hi sham, gimme 2 pints of carling, a bottle of bud, and a vodka and orange for the burd

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            #6
            Good man Matt nearly on the money as usual

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              #7
              looks weak.
              Believe.

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                #8
                Luscombe &amp; Hook versus Darcy &amp; BOD. That's a bit of a gamble I would think.
                Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again (like picking Gordon D'Arcy) and expecting different results.
                Albert Einstein

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                  #9
                  Alfie is meant to learn his fate today.
                  Excellence is hard to keep quite - Sherrie Coale

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                    #10
                    Hopefully a comedy inducing 4 day ban from "our friends" in the ERC will be implemented. Starting tomorrow.

                    Arf!! [img]smileys/lol.gif[/img][img]smileys/lol.gif[/img][img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]

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                      #11
                      So, it's not the "Official Proper Confirmed Welsh Team" if there is A.N. Other playing.[img]smileys/razz.gif[/img]
                      The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

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                        #12
                        It's not Sunday yet...

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                          #13

                          Originally posted by CardiffMatt
                          It's not Sunday yet...
                          [img]smileys/biggrin.gif[/img] We'll have another thread on the morning of :-)

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                            #14
                            THOMAS IN WALES' TEAM
                            By Alex Lowe, PA Sport
                            Gareth Thomas has been named in the Wales side to play Ireland this weekend -
                            pending the outcome of today's disciplinary hearing.
                            Thomas arrived in Dublin this morning to answer a misconduct complaint and
                            charges of ``aggressive'' and ``obscene'' behaviour towards spectators during
                            Toulouse's Heineken Cup win over Ulster on January 21.
                            If he is found guilty, any ban could rule the former Wales captain out of
                            Sunday's RBS 6 Nations clash at the Millennium Stadium.
                            But Wales head coach Gareth Jenkins has taken the view that Thomas remains
                            part of his team until the European Rugby Cup's disciplinary panel rule
                            otherwise.
                            Thomas and Cardiff's Chris Czekaj have been selected on the wings, after both
                            Shane Williams (hip) and Mark Jones (ankle) failed to prove their fitness in
                            time.
                            Kevin Morgan starts at full-back, while Hal Luscombe comes into the midfield
                            alongside Six Nations debutant James Hook.
                            But if Thomas is ruled out Cardiff's Jamie Robinson will come into the centre,
                            and Luscombe will move onto the wing.
                            There is no place in the squad for Gavin Henson.
                            Jenkins said: ``We were hugely disappointed to find out that the hearing would
                            occur this week. It has been a challenge to the squad and to Gareth himself -
                            but it is a challenge we have managed and coped with.
                            ``We have had to come up with a contingency plan to replace Gareth if the
                            hearing decided he cannot play on Sunday.
                            ``Hal is more than comfortable in either position, and we are fortunate to
                            have someone of his versatility to help solve this selection issue.
                            ''Jamie is also a quality player, who has been unlucky to miss out on initial
                            selection - and he knows what his country requires of him and is ready to step
                            up to the plate if necessary.''
                            In the pack, Alix Popham starts at blindside flanker, with Alan Wyn Jones
                            moving into the second row in place of the injured Ian Evans.
                            Worcester tighthead prop Chris Horsman has nudged ahead of Adam Jones, who
                            drops out of the squad - with hooker Rhys Thomas and Gethin Jenkins completing
                            the front row.
                            Referring to Henson and Adam Jones, Jenkins added: ``We have a strong squad,
                            and players who have been left out through form or injury should not be
                            disheartened.
                            ``The door remains open for players to return during the course of the
                            championship, and we look forward to more weeks of intense competition.''
                            end~
                            Seas suas agus troid!

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                              #15

                              Originally posted by Monster Fan

                              they bring the term "one eyed" to a new level.


                              twats
                              Why one-eyed when they are complaining about the make-up of their own team??

                              Surely they have as much right to debate the plusses and minuses of not including the likes of Henson and Charvis as you do about whether it should be Beast or Easterby etc.

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