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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby fullbackace » Wed, 04 Sep 2019, 18:09

Bruce_ma_goose wrote:The only good thing to come out of the Scotland game is a major rugby outlet taking a closer look at Georgia's gameplan and execution.

https://www.planetrugby.com/analysis-ge ... eaknesses/

Ah, so they noticed we don't have a fullback. :thumbup:
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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby datodato » Fri, 06 Sep 2019, 18:31

Is there a live stream available? RugbyTV Georgia is showing some DIDI10 game...

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby datodato » Fri, 13 Sep 2019, 07:32

how good is it to see mamuka back in the squad in all the pictures etc? awesome!

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Wed, 18 Sep 2019, 06:01

DOWN'LOAD and BROWSE in FACING PAGES mode

http://files.rugby.ge/NOBATI/RWC-2019_G ... _FINAL.pdf

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby beber » Sat, 21 Sep 2019, 10:04

WALES
1.Wyn Jones
2.Ken Owens
3.Tom Francis
4.Jake Ball
5.Alun Wyn Jones
6.Aaron Wainwright
7.Justin Tipuric
8.Josh Navidi
9.Gareth Davies
10.Dan Biggar
11.Josh Adams
12.Hadleigh Parkes
13.Jonthan Davies
14.George North
15.Liam Williams

16.Eliott Dee 17.Nicky Smith 18.Dillon Lewis 19.Aaron Shingler 20.Ross Moriarty 21.Tomos Williams 22.Rhys Patchell 23.Leigh Halfpenny

GEORGIA
1.Mikheil Nariashvili
2.Shalva Mamukashvili
3.Beka Gigashvili
4.Giorgi Nemsadze
5.Konstantine Mikautadze
6.Giorgi Tkhilaishvili
7.Mamuka Gorgodze
8.Beka Gorgadze
9.Vasil Lobzhanidze
10.Tedo Abzhandadze
11.Giorgi Kveseladze
12.Tamaz Mchedlidze
13.Davit Kacharava
14.Mirian Modebadze
15.Soso Matiashvili

16.Jaba Bregvadze 17.Guram Gogichashvili 18.Levan Chilachava 19.Shalva Sutiashvili 20.Beka Saginadze 21.Otar Giorgadze 22.Gela Aprasidze 23.Lasha Khmaladze

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby datodato » Mon, 23 Sep 2019, 07:58

What a great team that is... would love to have seen bregvadze starting but still a good team. Let's hope the boys will fight with heart and "jigari" and make Georgia proud. The forwards look strong as fuck on paper, good to see Koki starting. He is fucking machine and one of my favorite players for Georgia. Whatever happens, Abzhandadze will have troubles to play against such a great team but what an experience for him, Modebadze and Kveseladze - all of them will be around for the next few world cups. Go strong boys!

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Fri, 27 Sep 2019, 13:46

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby Scoob » Sun, 06 Oct 2019, 02:06

Is there a list of the Georgian players in top 10 domestic league for each club as i am having trouble finding it,or not showing up under google translate,also A and B leagues. I Did have it at one stage but disappeared when competition started.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Sun, 06 Oct 2019, 07:31

THERE is SEPARATE .xls list for EVERY TEAM = 84 in ALL
Just click on DARK RED club names in tables

In addition, there are three composite lists of every player
in SENIOR | U18 | U16 grades

http://site.rugby.ge/ka-GE/home/
right most column, third block (after RWC)

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კაცი [1405] | ჭაბ "ა" [738] | ჭაბ "ბ" [1149]

All of them being regularly updated, on daily basis

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby Scoob » Tue, 08 Oct 2019, 16:29

Thanks for that,have it sorted now.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Wed, 09 Oct 2019, 17:18

Ad from ICY brewery = აისი (aisi) means "dawn" in Georgian

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby Scoob » Sun, 13 Oct 2019, 02:43

Just give my thoughts on Georgia on world cup and going ahead.
Overall they did ok,they got beaten by the pace Wales and Fiji played the game,which was a level Georgia was not used too.
A very good win over Uruguay and a gutsy defensive effort against Australia.
The youngsters coming through are talented and with regular games against tier 1 teams? the team will only improve.
Gogichashvili and Karkadze are already good players for there age and will only improve with time.
the lock situation is a bit slim on standouts. Jaiani and Chachavadze look to be future prospects.
Loose forwards,well plenty of talent around,its just remains to be seen who can step up to regular top teams in Europe,and follow M Gogodze lead.
Aprasidze and Abzhandadze are world class for there age,so its how they develop from here is key.
Centres are again light on talent. Lasha Lomidze,Demur Tapladze,Kavtaradze,lutidze and i think Giorgi Kvesiladze have some skills to showcase in future.
Wingers fullback. You need fast,big wingers these days,with occasional lightweieght backup,ie Cheslin Kolbe. Again area they struggle in.
Davit Niniashvili the young 18 year old fullback,looks to be the real deal,speed,size and can tackle.if they can find some more players like him,then Georgia has making of a talented backline. Modebadze,Sichinava,Tabutsadze i quite like look off,they wont be playing for top overseas club team anytime soon,but have a bit of talent.
Lets see what the future Georgia coach has in mind.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby lelopride » Sun, 13 Oct 2019, 14:55

My 2 cents. Overall disappointing World Cup for Georgia, its not the final outcome that is disappointing but its the way we lost to Wales and Fiji. The margins were too big in both games, I expected better resistance from Georgia in both games.

The defense was a huge problem, I only saw improvements with Australia. Selection of some players also raises big questions. Gorgodze could have played at lock where he would have been more useful in my opinion. Front row selection was questionable. The fullback position is a huge problem as always, but not to be too hard on Matiashvili it was never going to be easy to stop Fijians. Our main weapon - scrum was absent this World Cup. The line outs and mauls were mediocre. Too many turnovers given in rucks. I think our coaching staff did not put enough emphasis on basics and Georgia suffered from this.

Nonetheless, I think with the right coach, future is bright for Georgia as long as player base keeps growing. Some good prospects are coming up, not sure about the fullback though. Also more emphasis should be put on speed and intensity, top teams play totally different game.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby GeoRugby » Sun, 13 Oct 2019, 15:17

Quality foreign coach needs to be hired after the GRU elections. Also they need good coach for backs that can actually make a difference. I hope that the rumors about Maisashvili as the next coach are false because it would be a step backward. Time cannot be wasted.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby LukasMc » Mon, 14 Oct 2019, 06:05

GeoRugby wrote:Quality foreign coach needs to be hired after the GRU elections. Also they need good coach for backs that can actually make a difference. I hope that the rumors about Maisashvili as the next coach are false because it would be a step backward. Time cannot be wasted.



From what I've heard Maisashvili is taking over as head coach for next year's European championship and after that they'll appoint a new coach.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby thatrugbyguy » Mon, 14 Oct 2019, 08:18

I think like many T2 nations, there was good parts and bad parts to Georgia's campaign. Attack is the issue now. The defence against us was rock solid. They need that extra gear though to score. IF they want to claim a Top 10 win they have to have an attacking mindset.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby datodato » Mon, 14 Oct 2019, 08:56

LukasMc wrote:
GeoRugby wrote:Quality foreign coach needs to be hired after the GRU elections. Also they need good coach for backs that can actually make a difference. I hope that the rumors about Maisashvili as the next coach are false because it would be a step backward. Time cannot be wasted.



From what I've heard Maisashvili is taking over as head coach for next year's European championship and after that they'll appoint a new coach.


So we basicly lose one year or even worse... terrible news. The defence has been abysmal other than against Australia. Wales ran trough us in the first 20 like swiss chees, how can we now appoint this bloke as head coach. Incredible!

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby LukasMc » Sun, 20 Oct 2019, 07:05

datodato wrote:
LukasMc wrote:
GeoRugby wrote:Quality foreign coach needs to be hired after the GRU elections. Also they need good coach for backs that can actually make a difference. I hope that the rumors about Maisashvili as the next coach are false because it would be a step backward. Time cannot be wasted.



From what I've heard Maisashvili is taking over as head coach for next year's European championship and after that they'll appoint a new coach.


So we basicly lose one year or even worse... terrible news. The defence has been abysmal other than against Australia. Wales ran trough us in the first 20 like swiss chees, how can we now appoint this bloke as head coach. Incredible!



Its ridiculous!!!! After automatic qualification last WC we wasted the European championships by not build depth, bringing younger guys in, setting up for this WC. Now more time wasted!
We really needed to chase and chase hard a top coach months before this WC, now I fear we'll be scrapping the barrel for a coach.
I'd love to see the new president chase Eddie Jones!!!

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby fullbackace » Mon, 21 Oct 2019, 15:03

LukasMc wrote:
datodato wrote:
LukasMc wrote:
GeoRugby wrote:Quality foreign coach needs to be hired after the GRU elections. Also they need good coach for backs that can actually make a difference. I hope that the rumors about Maisashvili as the next coach are false because it would be a step backward. Time cannot be wasted.



From what I've heard Maisashvili is taking over as head coach for next year's European championship and after that they'll appoint a new coach.


So we basicly lose one year or even worse... terrible news. The defence has been abysmal other than against Australia. Wales ran trough us in the first 20 like swiss chees, how can we now appoint this bloke as head coach. Incredible!



Its ridiculous!!!! After automatic qualification last WC we wasted the European championships by not build depth, bringing younger guys in, setting up for this WC. Now more time wasted!
We really needed to chase and chase hard a top coach months before this WC, now I fear we'll be scrapping the barrel for a coach.
I'd love to see the new president chase Eddie Jones!!!


A coach like Eddie jones or any number of top coaches will probably ask for more money than they get paid by Tier 1 unions. Do you think we can pay them more than England or France?
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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby BigG » Mon, 21 Oct 2019, 17:49

A coach like Eddie jones or any number of top coaches will probably ask for more money than they get paid by Tier 1 unions. Do you think we can pay them more than England or France?[/quote]

That is a problem. GRU has no money to get a prominent coach and pay a big salary.
However if we are lucky enough there is a chance to invite a talented specialist and ambitious personality wishing to make a good carrier thru achieving good results with the Georgian national team.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby tryman » Mon, 21 Oct 2019, 20:08

Although I wouldn’t go as far to say it was a bad World Cup campaign, it was a tough group and Fiji turned up to play and caused Wales & Australia major problems as well.

I think in terms of playing Scotland x 2, Australia, Wales & Fiji it will really stand to the younger players. Georgia effectively had 5 tier one matches in the space of 6 weeks.

These things take time and given the right coach Georgia will develop their backline however it is a long term project. Getting more and more backs into the French professional leagues is important. The GRU, although some Georgians might say otherwise, seem a progressive union and have done great work promoting the game internally. I just hope that World Rugby can get Georgia more Tier 1 matches.

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Re: Georgia (Lelos)

Postby datodato » Wed, 23 Oct 2019, 13:17

tryman wrote:Although I wouldn’t go as far to say it was a bad World Cup campaign, it was a tough group and Fiji turned up to play and caused Wales & Australia major problems as well.

I think in terms of playing Scotland x 2, Australia, Wales & Fiji it will really stand to the younger players. Georgia effectively had 5 tier one matches in the space of 6 weeks.

These things take time and given the right coach Georgia will develop their backline however it is a long term project. Getting more and more backs into the French professional leagues is important. The GRU, although some Georgians might say otherwise, seem a progressive union and have done great work promoting the game internally. I just hope that World Rugby can get Georgia more Tier 1 matches.


same happy talk we had for the last 10 years, so boring. we need less "it will be all fine" and more results.

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