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Saw Giggs on Stuart Pearce

Pat Richards has pictures on his Twitter with Rooney and Collen

We should celebrate the fact that these guys are at the match

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We should celebrate and have more stories in the press about these

Praise

thanks

Makes you proud to be part of the RL family

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United players hve been regulars at Wigan home games, its not just the GF.

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I've always said we need a sexier image to capture more fans, and special thanks must go to Rooney for offering his services to stand next to Piggy and make him look like Gods gift to women

linky

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I honestly don't get why we don't publicise this more, is it really that hard to approach one of them for an interview about RL?

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I honestly don't get why we don't publicise this more, is it really that hard to approach one of them for an interview about RL?

There used to be a lot of publicity in the seventies when the likes of Bobby Charlton and Dennis Law used to turn out on Friday nights to watch the then star studded Salford.

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yyeeeeuuuggghhhhh! The offspring! the offspring!!!

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Blimey. After Rooney's antics, you'd have thought the News of the World would have lapped THAT one up!

;)

:lol:

I know Rooney (Wayne not Jamie), Giggs & Pearce (Macca's guest?) were there but by the looks of it Riddell may have 'ribbed' Rio Ferdinand (?), on Twitter, for not being there so I guess not all of the injured Man U players were there. :lol:

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Free marketing opportunity, RFL should play on this and people like Dani Mingogues partner. Make RL trendy

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Free marketing opportunity, RFL should play on this and people like Dani Mingogues partner. Make RL trendy

They are words you rarely see together, without the word 'missed' preceding them. :dry:

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They are words you rarely see together, without the word 'missed' preceding them. :dry:

The RFL just appointed a new Director of Marketing. Can't remember his name, but I was sent a press release about it last week.

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The RFL just appointed a new Director of Marketing. Can't remember his name, but I was sent a press release about it last week.

linky

We'll have no chocolate fireguards comments please - give the lad a chance ;)

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The RFL just appointed a new Director of Marketing. Can't remember his name, but I was sent a press release about it last week.

linky

We'll have no chocolate fireguards comments please - give the lad a chance ;)

A very welcome step in the right direction. He has his work cut out, particularly with the print media, who have all but given up covering our game.

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We'll have no chocolate fireguards comments please - give the lad a chance ;)

Concrete kite then? ;)

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You'd expect Giggs to have an interest considering his Dads history in the game. In teh Sky magazine jamie Redknapp says he used to go watch Wigan when he was at Liverpool. Scholes and *Spit* Roy Keane used to go to Wigan with Giggs. And Pearce showing Steve Mac how to play RL was pretty funny, although I think he was just showing Mac how where he knobbled Steve Bruce and "once i got the ball there and took it all the way to there before passing it" he prob he thought he was sat next to Steve Macmanaman "Blimey you're carrying some timber Steve old lad"

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:lol:

I know Rooney (Wayne not Jamie), Giggs & Pearce (Macca's guest?) were there but by the looks of it Riddell may have 'ribbed' Rio Ferdinand (?), on Twitter, for not being there so I guess not all of the injured Man U players were there. :lol:

Ferdinand was otherwise engaged at the Stadium of Light.

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Saw Giggs on Stuart Pearce

Really annoyed me when some morons booed when Giggs was shown on the big screen during the match. :angry2:

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Really annoyed me when some morons booed when Giggs was shown on the big screen during the match. :angry2:

Understandable if they were Liverpool fans I spose. Although it did seems childish.

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Understandable if they were Liverpool fans I spose. Although it did seems childish.

I'm guessing there was a good few of them there.

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:lol:

Riddell may have 'ribbed' Rio Ferdinand (?), on Twitter, for not being there

Mark Riddell has forgotten what ribs are.

B)

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Mark Riddell has forgotten what ribs are.

B)

He hasn't, they're his favourite lunch.

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Whatever booing Giggsy got, i can assure you its nothing to what he's used to in the premier league! I can't imagine it would have bothered him one bit.

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Whatever booing Giggsy got, i can assure you its nothing to what he's used to in the premier league! I can't imagine it would have bothered him one bit.

You're right but for me, and I'm no United fan by any description, the guy has had a wonderful career without any hint of scandal away from the game. It was a rugby league match not a football match. What next? Booing Duncan Preston if his character in Emmerdale turns nasty.

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You're right but for me, and I'm no United fan by any description, the guy has had a wonderful career without any hint of scandal away from the game. It was a rugby league match not a football match. What next? Booing Duncan Preston if his character in Emmerdale turns nasty.

No,just booing him for being in Emmerdale.

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