Scottish Rugby

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PIE, Oct 10, 2019.

  1. PIE


    The Scottish team may be torn out of the Rugby World Cup against the will of the Scottish People. Ah well, you have to beat the best to progress and they have not done that. They have had their chance and not taken it.
  2. Gutted:p:p
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  3. PIE


    If it was the other way around you would be able to buy Tempest T Shirts in Glasgow
  4. It's a bit of a dudd this one. now with games getting cancelled it's a blame game if England or France win.

    Bla bla 2 weeks off ECT. Feel for the people who have traveled but what can they do if that storm hits it will be a huge risk to life.
  5. Oh on the plus side Italy get a draw with the all blacks best result ever for the team
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  6. PIE


    Agree saw a dad had took his lad for his 21st to see England France
  7. PIE


    Its called typhoon Haggis!!!
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  8. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    I copied and pasted so people know what you're on about...

    England's Rugby World Cup match against France on Saturday has been called off because of Typhoon Hagibis, but organisers hope Scotland against Japan can go ahead as planned on Sunday.

    The typhoon, described as the biggest of the year, is set to wreak havoc in Tokyo and surrounding areas.

    Ireland's match with Samoa in Fukuoka is expected to go ahead as scheduled.

    "The decision to cancel matches has not been taken lightly," said tournament director Alan Gilpin.

    "It has been made with the best interest of team, public, and tournament volunteer safety as a priority based on expert advice."

    The Pool B match between New Zealand and Italy in Toyota on Saturday has also been cancelled, denying Italy their outside chance of qualifying.

    If the Scotland-Japan match was to be called off, Gregor Townsend's side are likely be knocked out of the World Cup.

    Cancelled matches see both teams awarded two points as part of a 0-0 draw.

    That means England progress as winners of Pool C, two points ahead of France in second place, and face a probable quarter-final against Australia, with Wales expected to top Pool D and therefore play the French.

    France would have the advantage over Wales of a two-week rest, compared to one week.
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2019
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  9. PIE


    The Scottish should get Joanna Cherry and her old best mates at the Scottish high Court on the case and get the decision reversed
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  10. Terrordales

    Terrordales Nightshift Admin

    If Scotland is out then it will be A.B.E. as far as I'm concerned.
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  11. Not certain most will know who A.B.E are? Be interesting to see the responses

    PS damnations to Wikipedia :mad:
  12. Anyone But England:rolleyes:
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  13. Mr T loves us really.

    Just ask Mrs T :)

    PS he may never have forgiven us for transporting him to Australia :D
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  14. It does seem a bit stupid that World Rugby failed to have contingency plans in place in spite of promising they would.

    As it stands, the whole world could be deprived of the pleasure of watching Scotland get stuffed by Japan... :(
  15. Never mind Scottish Rugby how about Scottish Football , Russia 4 Scotland 0 ha:p:p:p:p:p
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  16. Terrordales

    Terrordales Nightshift Admin

    Shut up Haynes !!
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  17. Terrordales

    Terrordales Nightshift Admin

    No I don't, I'm not even sure about Ms.T if she keeps inviting her parents down.:mad:
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  18. Scottish football, the gift that just keeps on giving :p:p:p:p:p:p:p
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  19. Terrordales

    Terrordales Nightshift Admin

    You, like Haynes, can shut up as well!!! :mad::mad::mad:
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  20. There was a time when the best players in English football were all Scottish. I wonder what changed.

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