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Just watched the press conference. He seemed emotional and why wouldn't he be? Takes courage to admit when something is not for you and especially when you have such a link with the place. On a personal note my mum and dad (both in their 80's) didn't renew their season tickets this year because getting up and down steps was a bit too much. They did send the club a small contribution because they wanted to put something in the coffers, they still love the club. Anyway the phone rings a couple of days later and Kev is on the line. Chatted to both of them for half an hour. Can't tell you how delighted they were. Mark of the man. Hope he does great at Leicester.

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The two games are different so why are the RFU taking RL people to coach their players ? More should be said about this in the media . Leicester fans are all celebrating, are they admitting RL is more attractive, more competitive skillful than their game ? Do they want to turn their game into 80% RL and call it RU or Ragby as they call it ?
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For a hundred years league took union's best we didnt think union was better than league so why think union think differently?

They are 2 totally different sports with different objectives but with similarities also. Lwague is a sport of possession and Union is a gane of territory. We have 6 tackles they potentially have 1.

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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:

. Lwague is a sport of possession and Union is a gane of territory. We have 6 tackles they potentially have 1.


This is quite outdated now. League is all about position and territory. Watch the chess game that is the NRL, it's all about kicking and position before you try and attack. In Union teams like Bristol now attack from their own line and are happy to keep the ball in their own 22 for multiple phases. Exeter built their success on dominating possession.
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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
It was his brother Ian that owned that bar and he got rid quite a few years ago.

Cheers Marty.
I had heard Kevin put a bit of money into to it this coming from someone who went to school with his brother.
Didn`t the likes of Paul Scholes frequent it looking for "company"?
Anyway going too far off the subject here.
End of the day Kev has gone for the money and the opportunity to hone his playing skills into coaching and progressing his career elsewhere.

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I'm sorry to see him go but sincerely wish him the best in the future.
His role as DOR has been more contentious than as a player but I believe he has done a good job and got us back on the right track, got to keep the momentum going now
Loving the success and the silverware, keep them coming :)

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I'm sure Kevin Sinfield will be inducted into this years Hall of Fame awards
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Hope it works out really well for him. Never the faintest chance he could match his playing achievements in any other role whilst at Leeds
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