Technical difficulties with our tatra cars
1 post • Page 1 of 1
England prop Alex Corbisiero believes lock Maro Itoje has all the makings of a future national team captain. The 21-year old Saracens lock has impressed during Englands Six Nations triumph and will once again start for Eddie Jones side in Saturdays finale against France, following a man of the match performance against Wales last weekend.Corbisiero, who is currently on a year-long break from rugby to heal from an array of injuries, told Sky Sports News HQ he believes Itoje is on his way to becoming one of the best in the world - and maybe even a future England skipper. Alex Corbisiero announced in December that he would be taking a year away from rugby to heal from a number of injuries. I think he is a real world class standout in the making. I remember seeing him in the summer at the World Cup camp, and seeing him in that environment face to face. I was thinking this guy is going to be world class, said Corbisiero.This year, he has played amazingly well for Saracens. He had to wait for his opportunity, and he got it. And now, hes announced himself on the international stage.His physicality, athletic ability and his rugby brain and skill-set make him the potential to be as good as you can be in that position.Theyre going to bring him along slowly and gradually as he becomes more cemented in that team. Hell get more and more of a leadership role going forward. England will be looking to add the Grand Slam to their Triple Crown success in this years championship Hes a hard worker and a leader and I do see him as a potential England captain in the making in the next few years. They dont need to rush him, but hes a potential standout.England coach Jones has made two changes to the side to face France, as England look to secure their first Six Nations Grand Slam since 2003.Mako Vunipola replaces Joe Marler at loose-head prop, with Danny Care coming in at scrum-half in place of Ben Youngs. Mako Vunipola will take Joe Marlers place in Paris on Sunday Marler was cleared on Wednesday of striking Wales Rob Evans, making him available to face France, but Corbisiero believes the uncertainty over whether Marler would be suspended or not is why he is moved to the bench.I feel the disruption is what contributed to it. Maybe Eddie might have wanted to go with consistency in the week, and no question mark of how its going to go, added Corbisiero.Mako is a great option and a great player to have in his place. I think Eddie went for the least disruption by banking on someone he knew was going to be available. Also See: Englands Six Nations stars Care, Vunipola start against France Marler free to face France Englands Grand Slam failures Casey Hayward Jersey . The 23-year-old Poland international is back as first choice at Arsenal after losing his regular spot in the team on occasions over the last three seasons. Junior Seau Jersey .com) - The Toronto Maple Leafs will try to play spoiler as the Los Angeles Kings will try to match their longest winning streak in over four years in Thursdays battle at Staples Center. http://www.authenticchargersnflfansmall ... sey.aspx.C. -- North Carolina State coach Mark Gottfried said his team had a "golden" opportunity to help its NCAA tournament chances. Dan Fouts Jersey . On paper, it looks a little like Andre the Giant taking on a midget wrestler. It has all the makings of a rout with the Americans adding an eighth win in nine outings of this biennial event. The Yanks have eight players in the top 15 in the world while the Internationals have just one. Los Angeles Chargers Jerseys . Authorities in Medina, Minn., released the details one day after Cunningham was jailed for another alleged incident with the woman he had been living with for the previous eight months. Cunningham had already been charged with felony domestic assault for allegedly choking the woman last week.The Toronto Argonauts have a lot to look forward to in 2014. Long gone are the glory moments of the 100th Grey Cup, back to reality, which is an almost total rebuilding effort on defence in effort to get back to the 102nd Grey Cup come November 30th. First and foremost, this year has such special optimism because they get their quarterback back. With Anthony Calvillo out of the picture, Ricky Ray is the best in the league. He did have issues staying healthy last year but in the time he played he was remarkable. Completing 77 per cent of your passes and finishing with a 21:2 touchdown to interception ratio is an accomplishment that other quarterbacks envy and respect. His quarterback rating was 126.4. If Ray can stay healthy for the year, the Argonauts will always be in position to win it all. Health really is the only issue as age, now creeping into the mid 30s, is still not a significant detriment. Other positions? Absolutely. If you are a running back or defensive back, when you lose that athletic burst or reactive ability, you lose a lot. But quarterbacks, more than any other position, are cerebral more than physical and as long as the first dominates the second, you can continue to play at a very high level. The next aspect of success could be a re-designed defence. Losing Chris Jones, now the head coach with the Edmonton Eskimos, was intense as Jones transferred his intensity successfully to the players he directed. But when a coaching void is opened it is usually filled quickly, and the combination of Tim Burke and Casey Creehan will develop their own style based on experience, not experiment. Toronto will be a much more "upfield" team, depending on a front four to pressure and a back eight to react. As a coordinator, Burke has always been successful, and as a linebacker coach so has Creehan. Then after Mike OShea left to become the head coach in Winnipeg, the void was filled by Jim Daley, who knows this league better than any. Losing two assistants to head coaching jobs says a lot about how good the defensive staff was, but it could be even better potentially with the positions filled in the present. Running back will be a battle. With Chad Kackert retired, it appears to be a three-man competition between Steve Slaton, Curtis Steel, and Anthony Coombs. Can Cooombs be an 18 game starter? Very unlikely, but possible.dddddddddddd Nothing would be better than to see the University of Manitoba star be the next Jon Cornish. If he does, then everything falls into place on offence and with ratio flexibility. Overall, from last year there are major priorities for improvement. Toronto ended the season with the best red zone offence and the best red zone defence. 69 per cent of the time the Argos produced touchdowns over field goals on offence. And only 46 per cent of the time Toronto allowed touchdowns, forcing opponents into field goals. Inside the 20, the Argos were the best in CFL football. Outside the 20s: a priority to improve. On average, teams produced 389 yards of offence, 289 of which was through the air. Those totals were both eighth in the league. Toronto finished dead last in rushing yards as well, with only 85 produced per game. And that eighth-place reality is for the second year in a row. But you can rationalize that with a +18 takeaway/giveaway number and arguing what happens between the 20s is not as significant as what happens from the 20 in. But all that yardage against takes time away from Ray and the offence; that has to be improved. So looking into the future one year at a time, Toronto will have a good team. Looking into the future more than one year, Toronto needs a new home for the team. BMO Field is an excellent choice but the financing is still floating in space. Because the stadium was built with tax payer money, there is no reason not to include all. If it was privately funded, than those who paid for it can use it as they see fit. But it was paid by the public so should be open to public use, and that includes the Toronto Argonauts. To me, expansion will create more revenue for all and the location and design can be adapted for all. Where there is a will, there is a way. Both Hamilton and Montreal will be better and are better right now than at this time last year. Ottawa is a complete unknown but is not to be looked at as a guarantee win day. Toronto is somewhere in the middle, catching up perhaps to Hamilton and Montreal but way ahead of Ottawa. But with Ray at quarterback the catch up is more of a threat than a desire. Two years removed from the Grey Cup means a new team in Toronto. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping China Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest