WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
41%
  
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
20%
  
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
20%
  
d. We should be pleaed the football's back but after the last humiliation and the Board's ineptitude, my passion for WHU has been sucked out of me
14%
  
e. I can't wait me, I'm our biggest fan and once again will be down the Rub a Dub kitted out and belting out David Moysie's Blue & Claret Army, I know all the songs me
3%
  



East Auckland Hammer 9:40 Thu Nov 9
Autumn Internationals
I see Manu Tuilagi has finally exorcised his demons.

Literally.

I didn't realise you English were so superstitious!

Italy vs Fiji (Fiji)
Scotland vs Samoa (Scotland)
England vs Argentina (England)
Wales vs Argentina (Wales)
Ireland vs South Africa (South Africa)
France vs NZ (NZ)

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Mart O 12:08 Sun Nov 19
Re: Autumn Internationals
Eerie's right there. Tight calls but pretty much by the book interpretation of the laws by the ref. If anything, I thought he was indulgent of the blatant Aussie time-wasting while 2 men down.

Poor game but what can you expect in those conditions ? The disappointment for me so far is the lack of experimentation by Jones. Underhill's a tackling machine but he'll never do anything with the ball. For the opposite reason, Rokoduguni shouldn't be anywhere near the team. He is truly laughable in defence.

I've watched a fair bit of Premiership rugby this season and I don't think the English game has ever been in better shape. The standard of young English talent coming through is potentially the best it's ever been. Admittedly, a lot of them are young, maybe too young for the next WC but it'd be nice to think there might be room for a bolter.

Sven Roeder 11:55 Sun Nov 19
Re: Autumn Internationals
I’m sure they were
And Australia are saving their victories for 2019 obviously

Eerie Descent 11:33 Sun Nov 19
Re: Autumn Internationals
Try not to be too bitter, Sven.

The decisions were all spot on, tight of course, but the right calls each time.

Sven Roeder 11:31 Sun Nov 19
Re: Autumn Internationals
Kiwi referee , OBVS

Anyone else enjoying this period of the cream of English coaching pitting their wits against their Australian counterparts?
Eddie Jones v Michael Cheika (Rugby union)
Wayne Bennett v Mal Meninga (Rugby League)
Trevor Bayliss v Darren Lehmann ( Ashes)
#StoneTheCrows

Ronald_antly 1:26 Sun Nov 19
Re: Autumn Internationals
I'm going to start a campaign to call for an investigation into why all the decisions that go against the Wallabies are incorrect.


#JeSuisMichael

OccupyGreenStreet 8:00 Sat Nov 18
Re: Autumn Internationals
Yeah that was a good reception he got with his lads - nice touch by the ScottishRU.

Takashi Miike 7:55 Sat Nov 18
Re: Autumn Internationals
never realised doddie weir had mnd, he's a lovely bloke

OccupyGreenStreet 7:30 Sat Nov 18
Re: Autumn Internationals
AB winger very lucky not to be binned for taking out Hogg in the air. Scots done well first 30 mins.

Takashi Miike 7:01 Sat Nov 18
Re: Autumn Internationals
that young kiwi referee is very good, got everything correct

El Scorchio 6:42 Sat Nov 18
Re: Autumn Internationals
Good last 10 minutes that.

Gutted for Australia..... *cough*

Takashi Miike 5:28 Sat Nov 18
Re: Autumn Internationals
I really like Robshaw, Launchbury, Maro, Lawes and Hughes playing at the same time


does Cheika ever stop moaning :.)

East Auckland Hammer 2:16 Mon Nov 13
Re: Autumn Internationals
Disappointing 20 point win over the French after a sublime first 40 mins.

Northern Sold 10:43 Sat Nov 11
Re: Autumn Internationals
Watched it in a pub in Hastings... pretty rusty by the looks of it... impressed with Underhill... boy does that lad like a tackle... Hughes MotM for me...

happygilmore 9:05 Sat Nov 11
Re: Autumn Internationals
Ireland shake off a bit of the rust with 38-3 win over SA.

Sexton MOTM , and few nice debuts.

OccupyGreenStreet 7:36 Sat Nov 11
Re: Autumn Internationals
On the way back from Twickenham. Wasn’t the best of games, Ford was fluid, Underhill made some big tackles, decent finishes for the tries and a nice Lozowski break. Quite a few players were rusty or anonymous though, particularly in the backline, Slade, JJ etc. Mako got motm.

Takashi Miike 4:56 Sat Nov 11
Re: Autumn Internationals
waiting for Ford to take a kick, zzzzzzzzz

Mart O 9:51 Fri Nov 10
Re: Autumn Internationals
Not sure about EJ's selection for this one. I've had a chance to watch Underhill play a few times now and of all the possibilities, he strikes me as the least adventurous. Good player, for sure, but he's essentially a tackling machine. He's not really a 'fetcher' and I can't see him contributing much to our attack. How long have England been crying out for a proper no. 7 ? Not sure he's it.

Great to see Slade in his proper position, even if he doesn't play there for Exeter. Good bench too. Genge and Williams a both really good props and hopefully Simmonds will come on at 7 and show how it's done.

Sven Roeder 9:53 Thu Nov 9
Re: Autumn Internationals
Proves my point
* hands Jonah tissue*

Australia are playing Wales I believe as Argentina are busy

East Auckland Hammer 7:45 Thu Nov 9
Re: Autumn Internationals
Don't be ridiculous Sven.

Why would I refuse to write the name of the West Island Wombat Wankers?

East Auckland Hammer 7:44 Thu Nov 9
Re: Autumn Internationals
Why would we bottle playing you NS?

We just about always win.

You just didn't want to pay.

Sven Roeder 1:14 Thu Nov 9
Re: Autumn Internationals
Jonah refuses to write the name Australia as it results in him bursting into tears 😭 since they beat the All Cunts

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