Oops! England lost against Ireland (again)

#1
It was nice to see England defeated, but Jaisus me heart was in me mouth some of the time.

But a win's a win, innit?

The only problem was that the Frogs walked off with the 6 Nations Cup instead of Ireland!

MsG
 
#2
I hope the B specials enjoyed raping your grand mother
 
#3
Full justification for the return of the Black and Tans I say! As for the frogs............ we got them win now and again haven't we? after all they've never won f*ck all fighting............. Agincourt, Dein Bein Phu, Cameroon............

On second thoughts......... B*ll*ks to the frogs an' all :lol:
 
#5
Greengrass said:
I hope the B specials enjoyed raping your grand mother
Actually, it was the Black and Tans who tried it, but me Granny was a formidable sprinter and led 'em into the mountains of Killarney, where they were finished off by the wild ostriches that hang around the Tomb of the Unknown Baker..

And IRELAND still won! :D :D :D

MsG
 
#6
Well done Ireland. Don't expect much sportsmanship from the English, they are too busy building a bonfire for Andy Robinson and gripping on about touch-judges and so forth! Wrong kind of grass on the pitch probably?

I feel sorry for the people of Bath tonight, my Fenian bride has gone out into the town in search of St Patrick's (deferred) fun and will no doubt be causing mayhem accompanied by her Fenian posse, ably supported by two mad red-head Jocks. All police leave in the county has been cancelled and 42 Cdo's piss-up in Bath postponed until a week Saturday! Faugh o Ballagh...
 
#7
DozyBint said:
I thought that it was nice of the touch-judges to help Ireland out... :roll:
A point that had Brian Moore crying like a 6yr old girl with a grazed knee for about 10 minutes.

What an ugly, useless, one-eyed cnut that man is. The BBC should sack his arrse and send him back to chase ambulances for a living. Tw@t.
 
#9
Marc_St_Hilaire said:
It was not a good day for us true Englishmen but at least the sheepsh*ggers got stuffed. Some satisfaction after all!
Sorry? True Englishman? What's your username again?

Cnut.
 
#11
Cuddles said:
Don't expect much sportsmanship from the English, they are too busy building a bonfire for Andy Robinson and gripping on about touch-judges and so forth!
As I said in a post on Rear Party, Ireland's last try was a good 'un, but I don't think that Horgan's first try should have been allowed - his foot was in touch! You'd not be happy if the decision had been against Ireland. :wink:
 
#12
tricam said:
DozyBint said:
I thought that it was nice of the touch-judges to help Ireland out... :roll:
Its not our fault everyone hates the english.

Tricam.
I hope you don't include me in that (since you seem to think you speak for all Irish people).
I don't hate the English at all. It's not their fault that they weren't born in Ireland, is it? :D

MsG
 
#13
DozyBint said:
I don't think that Horgan's first try should have been allowed - his foot was in touch! You'd not be happy if the decision had been against Ireland. :wink:
Do you mean that the ball was in touch?

T C
 
#14
The_Cheat said:
DozyBint said:
I don't think that Horgan's first try should have been allowed - his foot was in touch! You'd not be happy if the decision had been against Ireland. :wink:
Do you mean that the ball was in touch?

T C
Sore loser clutching at straws. :wink:

Although it has to be said that I'd rather wear a turban than a rose, England sure as hell turned themselves around from the shocking performance of last week. I don't know if it's enough to stop Andy Robinson getting his P45 on Monday, but it was a fun game to watch.

Am naturally gutted by the defeat to the frogs. I'm sure nobody except me is going to blame that overrated orange tw@t for not providing cover in depth. WTF someone who's supposed to be playing Fullback is doing on the line I don't know. Of course, if Sidoli had better SA and didn't boot the ball into touch in the first place...
 
#15
DozyBint said:
You'd not be happy if the decision had been against Ireland. :wink:
I would if they were playing Scotland, DB! :oops:
 
#16
The_Cheat said:
DozyBint said:
I don't think that Horgan's first try should have been allowed - his foot was in touch! You'd not be happy if the decision had been against Ireland. :wink:
Do you mean that the ball was in touch?

T C
No, I mean his foot was in touch and the ball on the line when he chipped it ahead to get his first try. The video evidence proved this...
 
#18
Marc_St_Hilaire said:
It was not a good day for us true Englishmen but at least the sheepsh*ggers got stuffed. Some satisfaction after all!
You got it wrong matey, Wales were slightly beaten - stuffed was what the French did to England last weekend.

Let's be honest, there's only one way for England to go at the moment, that's upwards - I don't ever remember them being as low as they are at the moment - and I'm not gloating.

They don't have a scrum-half, Dawson has lost the appetite and no-one else is up to the task. You don't have a consistent kicker (it's been a major strong point of any English team that I ever remember - Dusty Hare, Rob Andrews, Jonny Wilkinson etc.) and who's the leader? None that I noticed. Everyone who has played against the English this season has played with fire in their belly - you don't know how to handle it - all of a sudden - that world cup really has gone to your head.

Sure, the first Irish try was a wrong call - both touch judges were running scared today - but the ref played a blinder. But let's be honest, England had home advantage and a chance at the triple crown if not the 6 nations - they should have beaten Ireland convincingly and they never looked like doing so.

I believe the Celts have started a petition to save Andy Robinson :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 
#19
DozyBint said:
The_Cheat said:
DozyBint said:
I don't think that Horgan's first try should have been allowed - his foot was in touch! You'd not be happy if the decision had been against Ireland. :wink:
Do you mean that the ball was in touch?

T C
No, I mean his foot was in touch and the ball on the line when he chipped it ahead to get his first try. The video evidence proved this...
eh? I don't understand rugby half the time but why would it matter if his foot was in touch when he wasn't carrying the ball?

Surely the ball bounced on the line and that's why the touch judge should have stopped play (he did in fact raise his flag until he came under the spell of some leprauchaun's lucky charms)...

STILL A GREAT TRY THOUGH!

Tricam
 
#20
ENGLAND DIDN'T WIN
and
we get to hear the english comentators invent reasons why they were cheated out of their victory ...
HELL of a day for any non english.
 

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