Steve Morris - Read your Bible...........

Steve Morris - Read your Bible...........

Post by Mugwu » Sun, 23 Mar 1997 04:00:00


...........you know the bit about worshipping false idols.

Peter Gill is just the golden calf buddy.

Keiron Cunningham is the one true RL god.

Mugwump (Predicting another season of pure KC worship!)

    !!    |-------------------------------------------|    !!

   !!!!   |        --iNTERzONE iNcORpOrATED---        |   !!!!
  /    \  |-------------------------------------------|  /    \
 ( O||O ) |"I think it's time for you boys to share my| ( O||O )
 (  /\  ) |last taste of the true black meat - flesh  | (  /\  )
  (/##\)  |of the giant aquatic Brazilian Centipede"  |  (/##\)

 
 
 

Steve Morris - Read your Bible...........

Post by Steve Morri » Mon, 24 Mar 1997 04:00:00



Quote:

>...........you know the bit about worshipping false idols.

>Peter Gill is just the golden calf buddy.

>Keiron Cunningham is the one true RL god.

>Mugwump (Predicting another season of pure KC worship!)

Gill contributes in every game, he just doesn't save it up for mid-table
opposition. Never does much against us.

Cunningham does make some excellent runs but he does go in and out of
games, he still is a match winner. Gill is an ever present player, even
when he doesn't do creative stuff he is still making his 30 plus tackles
and keeps on making his dummy runs that allows others to score and hog
the limelight.

London is more a collective whereas Saints is more of thir***
individuals (about five of which just happen to be real world class)

Steve Morris

 
 
 

Steve Morris - Read your Bible...........

Post by Mugwu » Mon, 24 Mar 1997 04:00:00


Quote:
>Gill contributes in every game, he just doesn't save it up for mid-table
>opposition. Never does much against us.

>Cunningham does make some excellent runs but he does go in and out of
>games, he still is a match winner. Gill is an ever present player, even
>when he doesn't do creative stuff he is still making his 30 plus tackles
>and keeps on making his dummy runs that allows others to score and hog
>the limelight.

I beg to differ buddy :-)

Considering last season Cunningham was Saints' top tackler, top yardage
maker and top clean break maker.

If that's what you call "drifting in and out of the game" then you
are a hard man to please.

Mugwump

Quote:

>Steve Morris

    !!    |-------------------------------------------|    !!

   !!!!   |        --iNTERzONE iNcORpOrATED---        |   !!!!
  /    \  |-------------------------------------------|  /    \
 ( O||O ) |"I think it's time for you boys to share my| ( O||O )
 (  /\  ) |last taste of the true black meat - flesh  | (  /\  )
  (/##\)  |of the giant aquatic Brazilian Centipede"  |  (/##\)

 
 
 

Steve Morris - Read your Bible...........

Post by Steve Morri » Tue, 25 Mar 1997 04:00:00



Quote:


>>Gill contributes in every game, he just doesn't save it up for mid-table
>>opposition. Never does much against us.

>>Cunningham does make some excellent runs but he does go in and out of
>>games, he still is a match winner. Gill is an ever present player, even
>>when he doesn't do creative stuff he is still making his 30 plus tackles
>>and keeps on making his dummy runs that allows others to score and hog
>>the limelight.

>I beg to differ buddy :-)

>Considering last season Cunningham was Saints' top tackler, top yardage
>maker and top clean break maker.

With Cunningham top cleak breaks and top yardage are one and the same
because he is such a mazy runner. If he is also top tackler as well I
stand correct, I seem not to notice him in between those thirty, fourty
and fifty yard breaks.

Quote:
>If that's what you call "drifting in and out of the game" then you
>are a hard man to please.

>Mugwump

My favorite Saints player (Apollo) seems a little lacklustre, they
mentioned an arm injury, anything in it?

--
Steve Morris