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Guildford Quin

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James Chisholm
« on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 11:58* »
Does anyone have an update on James C ? Last time he was seen was at Big Game 11 a month ago. I can't recall if he picked up an injury then or if there's been an update posted elsewhere. I hope it's not a recurrence of his concussion issues.

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Quintron

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 13:10* »
Heís joined Sale

Only Joe Quin

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 14:50* »
I heard it was Bristol.

Broken Hero

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 17:42* »
His brother was an absolute embarrassment today, on several occasions not just Kpokuís try. Shocking positioning and handling, but his total absence of bravery was unforgivable - not seen its kind since my school days.

My understanding is that a couple of years ago James was digging his heels in a bit over a new contract and essentially Quins had to keep Ross on their books as part of that deal. Canít imagine Gustard will be doing likewise. Think he needs to be on his way, and soon.

Guildford Quin

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 17:56* »
Errr....no,then ?

Comet

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 18:00* »
Said hello to him after the game. Can't believe he would want to leave. He has been a big part of the improvement this season.

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #6 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 18:02* »
Didnít you ask him if he was injured?

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 18:11* »
Sorry, wasnít saying James will leave and no idea if heís injured. He wonít be going anywhere, could well be club captain from next season. My point was that brother Ross should not be accommodated and indulged any more, and I canít imagine he will be by Gustard. Hopefully James just being given a breather in these less important games and will be back for the Premiership push.

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 18:25* »
Said hello to him after the game. Can't believe he would want to leave. He has been a big part of the improvement this season.

Rumour had it he was in a boot today.  Did you notice whether he was?

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 18:42* »
No boot. He looked fine. He was on his phone strolling along the front of the North Stand. He will stay and could well be club captain in 2 years.
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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 23:40* »
He is injured, unlike the guys going on holiday. He staying put so he could hopefully feature in the Worcester game in a few weeks.

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 26-Jan-2019, 23:45* »
His brother was an absolute embarrassment today, on several occasions not just Kpokuís try. Shocking positioning and handling, but his total absence of bravery was unforgivable - not seen its kind since my school days.

My understanding is that a couple of years ago James was digging his heels in a bit over a new contract and essentially Quins had to keep Ross on their books as part of that deal. Canít imagine Gustard will be doing likewise. Think he needs to be on his way, and soon.

Ross didnít have his best game, but to say he had a total absence of bravery when he threw his body on the line after Robshaw threw what was one of the worst passes this season and it looked to be a certain Sarries try is a bit harsh.
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Guildford Quin

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #12 on: Sunday 27-Jan-2019, 11:39* »
A month's rest seems a lot so I hope he's not injured as I think he's been a big part of our improvement this year and with Clifford re-signing, a Dombrandt, Clifford, Chisholm back-row combination for the next few years is quite an exciting prospect.

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #13 on: Sunday 27-Jan-2019, 11:51* »
Wasnít it Ross who chased down and tackled their player who went on to get over the tryline somehow scoring on the second attempt or was it held up or on the third attempt or was he offside to start with. Anyway could have been a try saver.

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Re: James Chisholm
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 27-Jan-2019, 15:44* »
I didn't see the match but when I read the team sheet with Walker and Ibitoye on the wing, I thought Chisholm had been given a tough gig in defence.

 

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