Ellis9 has been a noticeable absentee recently so I suspect you won't get a reply. Congrats to Gloucester, the team really seems to want to play together, great spirit and a good coach.shedhead1 wrote: ↑Mon Apr 08, 2019 6:50 amShedhead 1 here:ellis9 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:34 amPerennial underachievers.Rugbyflanker wrote: ↑Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:34 pmGloc have a great chance of finishing above us. Gloc were 3rd very late in the season until the wheels fell off that was with Ackerman only visiting Gloc once preseason,having hardly no training preseason and very little done in terms of recruitment. Now he has more of his Lions in as well as other good Saffers not forgetting Cips so has a very good chance of finishing top 4. At least give some reasons why Ellis.
I just have a feeling they won't make top 6 but Tigers will.
In fact in my prediction in July for how I think the table will finish, I put Gloucester in 9th.
Ellis9 - What do any of us know - what amazes me is how we lost to the Tiggers at Welford Road earlier in the season.
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Yes congratulations,exactly as I called it after watching the Lions under JA. They are struggling now,although they have lost players too.
Remarkable turnaround for them, so good in fact that the notably flighty Cipriani is staying put. They're actually fun to watch too unlike the other two ruthlessly efficient but often extremely dull title contenders.
My tip yo be next season's champions.
D4 quite possible. If they get Sarries a week after a probable European final like Chiefs did when they won it then they could win it this year. Their games with Chiefs have been very to and fro and stand at 2-2 this season,what a decider that would be!