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Tier 2 Rugby Nov 8
Haig opts to leave Chilachava, not yet fully fit just come back injury, on the bench for Kubriashvili. New wingers in Dzneladze and Koshadze. The 2016 U20 back row all start together at senior level for first time. Abzhandadze left out the 23.
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Dato Sandroshvili Nov 8
Replying to @T2Rugby
Looks like Aptsiauri couldn’t cut the mustard. Shame - he played well in the famous win against Tonga in RWC2015 but has been in decline ever since
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Tier 2 Rugby Nov 8
Replying to @dsandroshvili
He doesn't have international level wingers pace and doesn't counteract that lack of speed with size or power either. Gutsy player who won't shirk a tackle, but don't see him featuring much in the future.
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Dato Sandroshvili
Well, one thing Saturday will be, is a massive party. Apparently approximately 10,000 of us are descending on Florence. I hope the game lives up to the hype
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Tier 2 Rugby Nov 8
Replying to @dsandroshvili
Georgian fans are great. Some of the best support in the world imo. Always excellent atmosphere for tests in Tbilisi, & bring plenty of support for away tests in Europe too. A shame the match comes with many injuries & poor form, but hopefully up their game and get a good result.
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Dato Sandroshvili Nov 8
Replying to @T2Rugby
I am really looking forward to the Scotland test in 2019. Tbilisi will go wild. It is a rugby atmosphere like nowhere else. A bit hostile but also very passionate. Love when people whistle during the penalty kicks. Part of our rugby culture I guess!
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Kieran Corr Nov 8
Replying to @dsandroshvili @T2Rugby
As a Scotland fan I'd love to go to Tbilisi for that test. Out in Canada atm though so not exactly on the cards....
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Luka Nov 9
Replying to @T2Rugby @dsandroshvili
Don't know about numbers in Italy, but in Tbilisi there will be a huge screen with thousands of Georgians coming to sing national anthem and it will be heard on the stadium so it will be very very exciting
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Dato Sandroshvili Nov 9
Replying to @KrCorr @T2Rugby
We are super grateful for Scotland to agreeing to a test in Tbilisi. The first T1 nation to do so. Invaluable for us. For RWC2015 we played Canada in Esher and Japan at Kingsholme. Having Scotland double header is altogether a different type of test.
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Kieran Corr Nov 9
Replying to @dsandroshvili @T2Rugby
Trust me it's useful for us too! Toughen up or forward for some crucial games against Ireland and Japan!
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