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    Ahhhh, the folly of Youth of James Hook!

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    Wales centre James Hook says he is unfazed by the prospect of facing
    Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll and Gordon D'Arcy in Sunday's Six Nations
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    "The Six Nations is always very intense, especially when
    you are up against centres like Gordon D'Arcy and Brian O'Driscoll,"
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    "They are world class and because they play club and country together it gives them an extra bond which is priceless.
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    @@@@SPAN style="font-weight: bold;">"But they have weaknesses like everyone else and we will try to exploit those." (@@@@/SPAN>God Bless his optimism!)
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    Hook will be making his Six Nations debut on Sunday, whereas O'Driscoll (70 caps) and D'Arcy (26) are seasoned campaigners.</font>


    @@@@SPAN style="font-style: italic; color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">This lad's international career could be destroyed in an afternoon if the dynamic duo are in the mood and have the ball to do it with. @@@@/SPAN>

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    Originally posted by Hakaman
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    <DIV ="cap">Hook will be looking to pull the strings in the Wales midfield</DIV></DIV></TD></TR></T></T></TABLE><!- E IIMA -><!- S SF ->Wales centre James Hook says he is unfazed by the prospect of facing Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll and Gordon D'Arcy in Sunday's Six Nations opener.


    "The Six Nations is always very intense, especially when you are up against centres like Gordon D'Arcy and Brian O'Driscoll," said Hook, 21.


    "They are world class and because they play club and country together it gives them an extra bond which is priceless.


    @@@@SPAN style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">"But they have weaknesses like everyone else and we will try to exploit those." (@@@@/SPAN>God Bless his optimism!) <!- E SF ->


    Hook will be making his Six Nations debut on Sunday, whereas O'Driscoll (70 caps) and D'Arcy (26) are seasoned campaigners.




    @@@@SPAN style="COLOR: rgb(0,0,255); FONT-STYLE: italic">This lad's international career could be destroyed in an afternoon if the dynamic duo are in the mood and have the ball to do it with. @@@@/SPAN>


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    He'll either be a national hero or witch by 5pm tomorrow...

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      #3
      The main weakness I can see in BODs game is his habit of stamping on
      peoples heads, good for hook to be in the mood to exploit that weakness.
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        #4

        True. This statment by Hook reminds me of the time 2 of the Newport Gwent Dragons players (Cooper and someone else) said that Munster were an 'ageing team' and on the way out before the game at Rodney Parade last December.

        I actually have the paper cutting with it, as it was referrenced in the Munster book.

        What is it about the Welsh that they make the motivational speeches for the other team with lines like this?</font>

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          #5

          Originally posted by Hakaman
          True. This statment by Hook reminds me of the time 2 of the Newport Gwent Dragons players (Cooper and someone else) said that Munster were an 'ageing team' and on the way out before the game at Rodney Parade last December.</font>
          the other was the superstar Ceri Sweeney[img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]
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            #6

            Originally posted by Hakaman
            True. This statment by Hook reminds me of the time 2 of the Newport Gwent Dragons players (Cooper and someone else) said that Munster were an 'ageing team' and on the way out before the game at Rodney Parade last December.

            I actually have the paper cutting with it, as it was referrenced in the Munster book.

            What is it about the Welsh that they make the motivational speeches for the other team with lines like this?</font>
            Didn'nt Ceri Sweeney make some outrageous statements about ROG around that game?

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              #7


              Originally posted by scotscor


              The main weakness I can see in BODs game is his habit of stamping on peoples heads, good for hook to be in the mood to exploit that weakness.


              What about his weakness for whining at referees in a terrible, Bertie-esque accent?
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                  #9

                  Originally posted by Max Headroom
                  Originally posted by Hakaman
                  True. This statment by Hook reminds me of the time 2 of the Newport Gwent Dragons players (Cooper and someone else) said that Munster were an 'ageing team' and on the way out before the game at Rodney Parade last December.

                  I actually have the paper cutting with it, as it was referrenced in the Munster book.

                  What is it about the Welsh that they make the motivational speeches for the other team with lines like this?</font>
                  Didn'nt Ceri Sweeney make some outrageous statements about ROG around that game?
                  Yes.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Old Dog


                    Originally posted by scotscor


                    The main weakness I can see in BODs game is his habit of stamping on peoples heads, good for hook to be in the mood to exploit that weakness.


                    What about his weakness for whining at referees in a terrible, Bertie-esque accent?








                    Bertie-esque accent????? Pull your pants back up there.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Cousin-lover
                      Originally posted by Old Dog


                      Originally posted by scotscor


                      The main weakness I can see in BODs game is his habit of stamping on peoples heads, good for hook to be in the mood to exploit that weakness.


                      What about his weakness for whining at referees in a terrible, Bertie-esque accent?


                      Bertie-esque accent????? Pull your pants back up there.


                      Not until after you've had your ears syringed.





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                        #12
                        Good bless kiwi refs..
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