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Rugby world cup

Postby Adrian Coleman » September 26th, 2015, 5:03 am

Some may have noticed that the rugby world cup is in full swing over here.
I don't usually follow rugby, mainly because I don't understand the laws of the game probably, but I admit that I have watched a bit on tv.
I'm puzzled a little though and maybe our German friends can come up with an answer :confused:
Does anyone know why Germany doesn't have a team??? :confused:
It's something that I have often wondered.
England v Wales tonight. :eek:
Hang on to your hats. Should be good.
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Re: Rugby world cup

Postby Adrian Coleman » September 27th, 2015, 7:21 am

Whoa!!!!!!!
England 25 Wales 28.
Great game from what I understood. :lol:
Just been out shopping. No England shirts on display but we did see two youngsters out with their mum wearing welsh tops.
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Re: Rugby world cup

Postby Bavaria » September 27th, 2015, 2:19 pm

Adrian, it seems that rudgy isn´t much populare in Germany...
Bavaria...not North-Germany.
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Re: Rugby world cup

Postby Adrian Coleman » October 10th, 2015, 12:51 pm

Hello Birgit.
I hope that you are well.
I've just watched Wales v Australia. What a game.
I'm not too surprised I suppose that Germany doesn't play rugby.
It's a mad game. Also very tough.
Give me football any day. Although my patience was tested this afternoon in the game that I refereed.
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