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I remember I'm cataloging this yeah sothe thing you have to remember is whenyou're OB player are especially in scrumBachan you I can't see what you'relooking at so all I can do is feelwhat's happening obviously you'relooking down to ground so there's alwaysa closed you're pushing as high as youcan so you're trying to gauge all thesedifferent feelings and the more sort ofgames you play the bigger the catalogueof the feelings happen or you got her abigger catalogue so the next time I goout and pick I'm sorry then you matchthat feeling to the video you see afterthe game so next time I preview in ascrum I might see something that I'veseen before and I know the feeling inthe scrum so it can work the solver evenjust kind of like hell yeah so I'm doingthat yeah and just do my chess so I'llsee if a hooker here Lou said here andwhere the weights come from how tomanage it and counteractive and a lot oftime you're not walking around your ownup so you're working you know scrummageis one of those things where you'rewholly depending on the everyone aroundyou yeah but your body shape is kind ofperfect for tight head rice thatactually yeah it's M because we had anapparent yeah we don't have burnin hewas just saying that like the way thatyou were built is perfect for the tidehad to lock stuff to him but also thento be a bit of grass or bad stuff nomatter who's coming in if if you'regetting crap from both sides thatactually yeah it's it's again subjectiveisn't it you see New Zealand have quitetall props South Africa would have tallbig props and now it's all shapes andsizes be on switch and it's more yourtechnique and how you scroll mentiondifferent tie heads for much differentways were different so my shoulder is somuch st so what are you lying them Iwould be a chesty square scrummageentire head so yeah square rod use broadshoulders with a big chest but you seesome nice chrome was quite long with myfeet so I can start put downwardpressure with my my chest where you seesome tie heads Dan call for example fromEngland would be if you look at theangle of his legs and be more near 90degrees and he'd usedmore of a shoulder so imagine the giantPapio that what his he would be keepingit down at I head yeah boss it's just adifferent ways chromosome whatever worksfor youwell what sort of party shape in theloose heads and hooker do you like tosee when you're coming up against them Ilike it nice the thing is you usedtransfer much with our loose edge ofquite square as well so you get kind ofused to a square loose head so you see asquare looser coming up against you youknow what they're gonna do yeah you'vegive more of a a Bank of feeling andvision on that so you find that and thatdoes to challenge in training sometimesI find one or lead enough to you knowgame freelancer or international gamewhere you don't want to be scrimmageagainst the same loose head for the fullweek you need to switch it over and overbecause you can't yeah you can't get ina repetition of doing the same thingagainst the same folder where you need adifferent picture and is there much of adifference between and jack macgowrankeaneally like quit yeah there is yeahthere is yeah little trades boy largerscore much the same way but then everylose had or every toy head would havetheir own little kinks that to do so I'mnot obviously I'm not gonna say who'sbetter in case Warren Gatland here iswatching that and finds it a few tricksbut yeah there is and Dave finds nodifferent James grown was an Irish campno different yeah it's all little tricksthat you know and that's over the courseof the game is their kind of Midori ofthe scrum he's one say Mike it descendsfor a while though the front row startedout and they find reconfigure talk wayto solve it how important is the secondrow on this whole process as well what'sthe massive isn't it so if you takethere's eight people and scrum yourfront row and they make tree of them sofive a to your power is behind it and ifyour specific one is obviously veryimportant than as well because that'sthe direct thing that you're gettingyeah so they say a toy headlock ismassive or you might see the tiredlockers traditionally the bigger man thestronger man because do my fingers soyour scrummage against the hooker andLucetteand the toy here goes right in betweenyeah so toy head loose hair becausethese one once I do his head covered upso you're essentially pushing as twopeople so yousome interior indeed the stronger manbehind ya um and so does it matter atthe moment in the Irish camp that seemsto be fair there's proper competition inthat second rail as well it's a matterof being comfortable with us I think alot lots of good kilometers will goodbody awareness where and it's Hendersonor James Ryan behind you mostly it wouldbe James Ryan was against France GBgenerally a lot of his the locks JamesRyan likes Bennett a headlock he likescollagen so he's a big lad he's a bigunit to be fair to him yeah and so hetired lock which of our partnership withhim and it smart to think that not eventhe smallest change and his bond are nothow much he tips forward with hisshoulder can have an influence on meit's my it's the scrummage in it is ismassively synchronized thing yeah cuzobviously I think back in the day itwould have been frequently you wouldkind of wait and and come back a littlebit to try and get a bit of imbalanceand then it goes down and it's like oh Iwouldn't do with us so we were there refyou saw us like so you have to work inconcert you can't just do that in yourown yeah yeah yeah no it's never dropsfathers Essos Doherty was your fatheryeah yeah some yeah it must besynchronised important you are likegetting away with Dark Arts in the scrumis that a thing of the past now think ofthe past yeah I used to hear oh myfather be saying when he was playing allthe different generation different eraand he was saying about and all fellasblade nears over second role would Vicreaches boy and slipped his boy and andpoured a profit in the face but you justyeah cuz it was weed not overly in lastweek and he's I asked him what's thebest thing a second rule can do in ascrum and he just went like this andlike I presume this happens never seenit ever not even a new Ross maybe likeIraq and ever there was yeah the Rossplace yeah you don't worry seed mothergame I'll just there's no place in themodern game anymore even if you were todo it you're massively risking puttingyour team down to 40 man which is justnonsensical notice yeah thanks a millionfor watching if you want to subscribewell there's a button rightthere if you want to see more videos hitthat down there

Tadhg Furlong, one of World Rugby’s best tightheads chats to OTB AM about the intricacies of the scrum – what he looks for in an opponent, why he thrives as a tight head and where the power comes from when you lock arms in a scrum!

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