- Jan 20, 2004
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he is better than the last one we had, or youngs, they may be old but they are class. main thing is to see players in corect position. Farrell is not a 12, Tuilangi is not a wingerMight see George Ford back in the mix, Borthwick backed him a few times as fly-half for England.
Of course Quins play the MS way even when MS is absent !Have to agree with you crossref. No matter how much EJ said it was improving and coming together etc, the Smith Farrell combo did not work. I compare it to the round ball sport when there was the Gerrard Lampard situation.
Choose 1, and that involves a certain style of play, and stick with it. I think Healy makes a point in some of his commentary, start one and have the other on the bench. I'll come clean and say I am an avid Quins supporter and the way MS plays is exciting but at times risky, when it works the rewards are worth it. You could start with him and then bring on OF as a finisher to close out the game with a more calming style of play when the points have been racked up.
Generally, id agree.
but for ten minutes against NZ it did. So what was the difference for those ten minutes?