philosophy is working for Ireland THERE has been Warrenball and, now, there is Joeball.
If you look up Warrenball in the rugby dictionary, it would go something like this: "we are bigger and louis vuitton purses pictures stronger than you and we're coming straight at you". Gatland embraces controversy and revels in the psychological warfare that will make up the pre amble towards the fireworks at The Millennium Stadium on Saturday. The most relevant in terms of Wales Ireland was his claim back in 2009 ahead of the Grand Slam finale in Cardiff. "Of all the teams in the Six Nations the Welsh players dislike the Irish the most," he said back then. This is an assertion that has since been strenuously denied, most recently by Ireland number eight Jamie Heaslip at louis vuitton neverfull damier azur the weekend. "I don't know where all that came from. Maybe, at the time, it just suited Warren's agenda," said Heaslip. "I love the Welsh lads, they're great craic. It's always good to catch up with guys like Adam Jones, Gethin Jenkins, Alex Cuthbert or Alun Wyn Jones." The latest orchestrated grenade came from their respected defence coach Shaun Edwards, who cited the use of 'The Choke Tackle' as "a blight on the game". "I think it's very dangerous. I think it encourages people to tackle high," explained Edwards. "Everyone is going on about concussions and people tackling too high. Well, let's start with that." The refills for louis vuitton small agenda problem with his allegation is that the choke, developed by Ireland defence coach Les Kiss, has been around for years. Edwards came up with this objection two weeks before Ireland were due in Wales, one week before Ireland were due to combat England. If you looked up Joeball in the rugby dictionary, it would go something like this: "we will exploit our strengths and your weaknesses". Schmidt said as much in the build up to England: "I don't louis vuitton agenda cover mm think any coach is solely one thing or the other. "I think any coach first of all looks at their own players. "What are our players better at than others? What do our players get confidence from? "And you start from there as your base and then you look at your opponents." Ireland's air game has been incredibly effective against France and England. It would be inconceivable to move away from it now.
They have to play on what Matt O'Connor calls their "competitive advantage" which is to use the refined skills of Conor Murray and Jonathan Sexton to dissect Wales. Away from the game, the current Ireland coach has absolutely no inclination to get embroiled in controversy, taking the exact opposite position to Gatland. There is limited access to management and players, compared to other more open countries, with all parties to the Schmidt Accord singing off the same hymn sheet.
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