Chris Boyd article in the rugby paper
Posted by: ramseysaint (IP Logged)
Date: 11 January, 2020 21:02

This just popped up on my phone.

[www.therugbypaper.co.uk]

Re: Chris Boyd article in the rugby paper
Posted by: St Saltaire (IP Logged)
Date: 11 January, 2020 22:00

Thanks for posting - it’s an interesting read. Boyd seems to think that a Harry M would be best played at 15 which answers questions from a previous post.

Re: Chris Boyd article in the rugby paper
Posted by: Wilson Pickett (IP Logged)
Date: 11 January, 2020 22:33

Lol he didn’t say that


“Harry Mallinder is coming back from injury, but he’s capable of playing every position in the backline from 10 to 15. Lots of things happen around him when he plays – and if they are more comfortable in space, as he is, then they are probably more a 15 than a 10”


that means he’s gonna play in the back 3 not 10 or 12


If Furbank gets injured or is away with England then Harry can slot into 15, but he won’t IMHO ever start ahead of George at 15

Re: Chris Boyd article in the rugby paper
Posted by: Wilson Pickett (IP Logged)
Date: 11 January, 2020 22:34

*I mean George is and always will be a better and first choice 15

Re: Chris Boyd article in the rugby paper
Posted by: BrianB (IP Logged)
Date: 11 January, 2020 23:08

Well he's mentioned 15 for Harry at least twice now. And I think he believes in rotation so there can be 2 15's.

Re: Chris Boyd article in the rugby paper
Posted by: Saintfanh (IP Logged)
Date: 11 January, 2020 23:10

Haha he's literally saying Harry is more a 15 than a 10 so St Saltaires comment is pretty reasonable.

Thanks for posting ramsey great article to read.

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