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Just now, BanburyRed said:

How on earth.......? I take it the Quins yellow card at 75mins was pivotal? An incredible will to win and never say die attitude.

On 75 Ugo said let’s see if Bristol have the stuff of champions....

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2 minutes ago, BanburyRed said:

How on earth.......? I take it the Quins yellow card at 75mins was pivotal? An incredible will to win and never say die attitude.

Kind of? He got it stopping a certain try, which was then given as a penalty try anyway, so it would have been a five point game yellow card or no yellow card. Clearly did not help them right at the death.

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I wonder if Pearson can instil such dogged determination in City's squad. Many of us jokingly say that City can snatch defeat from the jaws of victorty.

Well Bristol Bears are doing it regularly the other way round, whoever is in the team, however many injuries there are and even when the referee appears to be an additional member of the opponents. 

 

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35 minutes ago, Super said:

Amazing win considering we were outplayed nearly all of 2nd half.

A never give up attitude comes from winning games. Had the Bears been on a losing run they’d have also the game today.

Pat Lam is a formidable guy and has instilled determination and resilience into the squad - let’s hope Big Nige can do the same with our squad. 

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This isn't the Bears' day but between the ref and the tmo this match is a ****up!

They can identify which blade of grass for a kick but miss out on forward passes and knock ons!

 

 

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Pat Lam clearly frustrated, multiple angles made available by French TV to aid the TMO for the disallowed Purdy try but for the pivotal deliberate knock on decision only 2 angles  given to TMO despite multiple cameras at the game. Lan, all the coaches, and all the players unanimous it was the wrong call.

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