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  1. sue ridgepipe

    By:sue ridgepipeJul 25, 2005
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    just read a couple of threads on oee where they were SERIOUSLY discussing

    1. playing monaghan at outside centre (comparing him to berrigan) and travis burns at hooker.

    2. Another bloke had watmough at hooker and monaghan in the centres.

    3 .another suggested orford and monaghan split the first receiver role 50/50 to really bamboozle the opposition.


    LORD GIVE US ALL STRENGTH!
     
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    By:VolleyJul 25, 2005
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    Surely you jest?
     
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    By:MatabeleJul 25, 2005
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    Think if you implemented #3. It would be bamboozling for everyone. Talk about a constant switch from the "sublime" to the "ridiculous". It would be more priceless than a pantomime.

    Comment on #1. "Outside Centre"? What, is Monaghan going to Union now? Doesn't League have left and right Centre?

    The one positive about Monaghan going to Centre? Less distance for the ball to travel on its trajectory into the crowd and therefore less chance of an intercept............
     
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    By:DanJul 25, 2005
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    oh dear lord. There is the odd indulgance in armchair coaching and then there is the most ridiculously large amount of tosh!
     
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    By:bysoJul 25, 2005
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    I read some weird stuff over there the other day. Alot of Crazy talk!
     
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    By:MatabeleJul 25, 2005
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    I see OEE is having a "Clearance Sale" too. Aaron's still trying to flog off his stubby holders. He was trying to give them away at times last year.

    I wonder if he's trying to sell an "alleged journalist, steeped in positivity and expert in the making of choclate souffle from any substance. Goes by the name of Haig".
     
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    By:MatabeleJul 25, 2005
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    3 OEE stubby holder for $16!!!!!

    Why the things you could do. Have a stubby in one, make sure the wife has hers and then get one for the kids and get that gear into them from an early age! Stubby holders for the WHOLE family!!!!! What a bargain.

    Not to mention you can get 6 for $32 and give them out as memorable gifts to friends and family at Christmas, weddings, bar mitzvahs and circumcision parties.

    The mind boggles.
     
  8. sue ridgepipe

    By:sue ridgepipeJul 25, 2005
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    i do not jest lads.they tossed these brainstorms around like a group of pondering professors.one fellow suggested that monaghan might be a little slower than berrigan which might make the switch difficult.
     
  9. sue ridgepipe

    By:sue ridgepipeJul 25, 2005
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    oh.and another suggested that a loss this weekend will probably mean the end of our chances for a home semi!
     
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    By:MatabeleJul 25, 2005
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    Which thread is it. I might lend them some wisdom in the morning.

    Though it will probably be completely lost on them.
     
  11. sue ridgepipe

    By:sue ridgepipeJul 25, 2005
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    not sure.a couple of pages in i think.that utility fool was the main protagonist if i remember correctly.
     
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