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June 24th - Argentina vs Georgia

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Re: June 24th - Argentina vs Georgia

Postby amz » Thu, 29 Jun 2017, 18:02

Well, there are two RECs already with hardly any young blood gaining playing time..

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Re: June 24th - Argentina vs Georgia

Postby RugbyPUBtbilisi » Thu, 29 Jun 2017, 19:25

They are gaining indeed. And next REC will be also used for this.

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Re: June 24th - Argentina vs Georgia

Postby sandro » Thu, 29 Jun 2017, 21:16

RugbyPUBtbilisi wrote:They are gaining indeed. And next REC will be also used for this.

Let's hope this is true, but that is what we said about the last ENC and the percentage of young bloods was quite disappointing!

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Re: June 24th - Argentina vs Georgia

Postby fullbackace » Thu, 29 Jun 2017, 21:29

sandro wrote:
RugbyPUBtbilisi wrote:They are gaining indeed. And next REC will be also used for this.

Let's hope this is true, but that is what we said about the last ENC and the percentage of young bloods was quite disappointing!

Yep, Haigs idea of experiments is very different from ours. he seems to think that testing 2-3 young players is a good amount. Most fans on the other hand expect 8-9 youngsters which I don't think will happen.
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Re: June 24th - Argentina vs Georgia

Postby Figaro » Fri, 30 Jun 2017, 14:18

fullbackace wrote:
sandro wrote:
RugbyPUBtbilisi wrote:They are gaining indeed. And next REC will be also used for this.

Let's hope this is true, but that is what we said about the last ENC and the percentage of young bloods was quite disappointing!

Yep, Haigs idea of experiments is very different from ours. he seems to think that testing 2-3 young players is a good amount. Most fans on the other hand expect 8-9 youngsters which I don't think will happen.


If you are trying out new players to use in the national side, it makes sense to do it a few players at a time. You could play 23 new players at once, but that won't tell you very much about how they would play alongside established internationals.

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