Jonny Is Back !!

#1
Twenty mins left and he is dismantling the Jocks almost on his own.

Eat shit Oatmeal Ethnics !
 
#2
the_guru said:
Twenty mins left and he is dismantling the Jocks almost on his own.

Eat s*** Oatmeal Ethnics !
I was just coming on to say the same thing! He will have a nice lip tommorow though.

C'mon the Wilko, grand slam here we come !!
 
#3
And later, to prove how hard he is, he's going to kick the sh1t out of some blind kids.
 
#4
That sounds like a great way to spend a Saturday night
 
#5
Bit quiet this thread. No cocky Jockies then?

Got gubbed, and I am one bottle of Port to the better.

Super.
 
#6
Most people who know better are waiting to see what happens when he goes up against a team who don't look like they've just been carried, dribbling and Mllaarrring, off the Sushine Coach.
 
#7
crabtastic said:
Most people who know better are waiting to see what happens when he goes up against a team who don't look like they've just been carried, dribbling and Mllaarrring, off the Sushine Coach.
Like he did in 2003? :thumleft:
 
#8
Ah yes, the better part of 4 years ago. We'll see how he does once he takes a couple of hard knocks against the Micks and the Frogs. Can't wait to see England return to same brand of the most tedious, lacklustre rugby that the world has ever seen. Draw a penalty, give it to Johnnie. Draw a penalty, give it Johnnie. (Repeat ad nauseum.) England wasn't winning matches, it was boring the opposition to death.

Fcuking gongs all round for winning a sports tournament? Get to fcuk.
 
#10
crabtastic said:
Ah yes, the better part of 4 years ago. We'll see how he does once he takes a couple of hard knocks against the Micks and the Frogs. Can't wait to see England return to same brand of the most tedious, lacklustre rugby that the world has ever seen. Draw a penalty, give it to Johnnie. Draw a penalty, give it Johnnie. (Repeat ad nauseum.) England wasn't winning matches, it was boring the opposition to death.

Fcuking gongs all round for winning a sports tournament? Get to fcuk.
Crab, great avatar it tells it all……lol :mrgreen:
 
#11
Frankly not a bad score for us considering that we had some players out. Drop the Johnnie "no try2 and you get a very respectable score. Also What are the thoughts of the southerners on the fact that Robinson and Johnnie did it all for you. Where was the rest of the team. TBH I don't think you have the team you think, and since I am being honest beating a team of also rans isn't exactly "6 nations champion stuff" or indeed "WC winning stuff". Yip, already hearing that at work... Fook me what a laff!
 
#12
crabtastic said:
Ah yes, the better part of 4 years ago. We'll see how he does once he takes a couple of hard knocks against the Micks and the Frogs. Can't wait to see England return to same brand of the most tedious, lacklustre rugby that the world has ever seen. Draw a penalty, give it to Johnnie. Draw a penalty, give it Johnnie. (Repeat ad nauseum.) England wasn't winning matches, it was boring the opposition to death.

Fcuking gongs all round for winning a sports tournament? Get to fcuk.
You know what, after the (deserved) jibbing we have had for our appalling form over the last 2 years, we are allowed to celebrate giving the Old Enemy a stuffing. It was great for all genuine Rugby fans to see the lad pull on an England Jersey again after the run of luck he has had.

Why don't you stick those Sour Grapes back up your arrse you chinny cnut.
 
#13
It would be two faced of me not to come on and comment. Modest in victory and magnanimous in defeat and all that (unlike the nob who ran into my office on Friday hands aloft yelling 'we won' after the latest ODI). So well done England, you deserved your win - just! Not quite the 100 points that someone on here predicted the other day!!

I was at the game and the scoreline doesn't do the Scots justice, I was very close to where Wilkinson scored his try and a blind man on a galloping horse could hardly have got it more wrong. The video ref needs to play that one back a few more times - and I'm the last one to have a go at refs. I note Jonny wasn't convinced it was down before his foot as well (various including BBC website).

Wilkinson played brilliantly and I wonder how he'd have done against the Scots first choice back row - never mind the Welsh, Irish & French. It will be very interesting to see how it pans out. I truly hope the man all the best of luck - the ultimate sportsman in my book.

Concur with most, Crabtistic - I guess you had a full bevvy on but you really should not try and live up to your avatar.
 
#14
Yes, Wilco was given a try that was not. But the Sweaties got a try after interference in the line out that was not picked up. Shit happens. Ellis had a good game, as did most of the others. Not World Cup winning stuff without a doubt, but a huge improvement as a team, over the last matches.

But this says all that matters.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxY7AsgOxBY
 
#15
Rapier said:
Yes, Wilco was given a try that was not. But the Sweaties got a try after interference in the line out that was not picked up. s*** happens. Ellis had a good game, as did most of the others. Not World Cup winning stuff without a doubt, but a huge improvement as a team, over the last matches.

But this says all that matters.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxY7AsgOxBY
Good post even better video. …………..lol
 
#16
England aren't a one man team, but they aren't far off it. Factor in Jonnys catalogue of injuries alongside some frankly awful management and you have the reason for why England have been poor. If Charlie "Ray Finkle" Hodgson had been playing, the score would have been a lot closer.

Accepted the point about Jonnys try - but at least it wasn't a game deciding decision, unlike the shocking one given against us in the Ireland game last year. Swings and roundabouts and all that.

It was I that put down a 100 pt victory, and to say that it was tongue in cheek...

Anyway a new team, and new leadership. The signs are good and with Billy Whizz back scoring the times they are a changing.
 

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#17
England thoroughly deserved their win yesterday but both teams played some very good rugby.

What your lot will have to do is to work on their discipline. In the first half it was so bad it was costing you point after point. I don't know who sorted it out but by half time you were playing as a team again.

Although Wilkinson had an excellent game, I felt that the player of the match was Ellis. His work throughout the game set England up many times. He did a great job behind the scrum and if he keeps up this form then he will soon be replacing Johnny as the blue-eyed-boy.

Anyway good result for you but remember, you were playing one of the weaker sides in the competition!
 
#18
Auld-Yin said:
England thoroughly deserved their win yesterday but both teams played some very good rugby.

What your lot will have to do is to work on their discipline. In the first half it was so bad it was costing you point after point. I don't know who sorted it out but by half time you were playing as a team again.

Although Wilkinson had an excellent game, I felt that the player of the match was Ellis. His work throughout the game set England up many times. He did a great job behind the scrum and if he keeps up this form then he will soon be replacing Johnny as the blue-eyed-boy.

Anyway good result for you but remember, you were playing one of the weaker sides in the competition!
I agree that Ellis had a good game but he was only able to have it by a good forwards display and their ability to provide quick ball by having numbers at the break down points. A lot of work that the backs benefitted from. JW's contibution was one amongst many, as was is ability to keep the score board ticking over.

I also agree that we need to wait and see how they get on against tougher opposition, but with Italy next time out there should be time to get all the cobwebs out.
 
#19
A match against the ABs will dampen our fireworks... the Jocks are no test at all. But, to see JW and JR scorching the turf makes an Englishman proud again.

The ability is there in English rugby, but the question is around captaincy and management and coaching ability. Same question for English cricket.

Can JW captain to Johnson's level? Can the Old Farts match Woodward's organisation for this world cup? If so we could suprise the ABs as they're not the smartest team, just the best drilled.
 
#20
BoomShackerLacker said:
A match against the ABs will dampen our fireworks... the Jocks are no test at all. But, to see JW and JR scorching the turf makes an Englishman proud again.

The ability is there in English rugby, but the question is around captaincy and management and coaching ability. Same question for English cricket.

Can JW captain to Johnson's level? Can the Old Farts match Woodward's organisation for this world cup? If so we could suprise the ABs as they're not the smartest team, just the best drilled.
Dream on mate. The All Blacks could put out their 3rd XV and they'd still probably beat England the way they played yesterday. Jonny Wilkinson and Jason Robinson DO NOT make the England rugby team.

Why should JW captain England?? A good player does not make a good captain-just look at Martin Corry for example.

Phil Vickery is a good captain though and I think Brian Ashton should stick with him.
 

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