Im following the Rugby this year and next year in Wales so if you want to add some fun to the big matches give me a call
I will be in Cardiff on 26th & 27TH November for the Wales V New Zealand Game
i will also be in Cardiff for the England v Wales Game in Feb and the Wale V Ireland Game In March staying at a luxury city center hotel in Cardiff
Thoughts of the day
For the England V Wale Match it was said before ……
Look what these bastards have done to Wales. They’ve taken our coal, our water, our steel. They buy our houses and they only live in them for a fortnight every 12 months. What have they given us? Absolutely nothing. We’ve been exploited, raped, controlled and punished by the English – and that’s who you are playing this afternoon.
The relationship between the Welsh and the English is based on trust and understanding. They don’t trust us and we don’t understand them.
“Don’t ask me about “The job of Welsh coach is like a minor part in a Quentin Tarantino film: you stagger on, you hallucinate, nobody seems to understand a word you say, you throw up, you get shot. Poor old Kevin Bowring has come up through the coaching structure so he knows what it takes … 15 more players than Wales have at present.” – Mark Reason Total Sport (1996
about emotions in the Welsh dressing room. I’m someone who cries when he watches Little House on the Prairie.” – Robert Norster (1994)
Thought of the day For the Wales V Ireland Match …….
Rugby is a good occasion for keeping thirty bullies far from the center of the city.
On the Munster pack: “Mothers keep their photo on the mantelpiece to stop the kids going too near the fire.” – Jim Noilly, BBC TV (1995)
And for all the other games ………..
Rugby is a game for the mentally deficient… That is why it was invented by the British. Who else but an Englishman could invent an oval ball?
“The advantage law is the best law in rugby, because it lets you ignore all the others for the good of the game.” – Derek Robinson
“Beer and Rugby are more or less synonymous.” – Chris Laidlaw
“The pub is as much a part of rugby as is the playing field.” – John Dickenson