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" So gutted "They worked so hard. The work rate was outstanding, they put a lot of effort into it. There was a lot of guys having their first game of the season out there in the Premiership. There was loads of pleasing parts to it, if we could've just seen it through and that's why we're so gutted. You look at the last 12 minutes, conceding three tries, once we went down to 14, with the penalty try and the red card, then conceded two more during that period. " Off-the-field issues make an impact? "I think everyone at first is really positive and hopes it comes through. It's only natural, the longer it carries on, the more people will start to get worried.
" Umaga's red card "I only saw it live. I knew immediately it was likely to be a pen try. I probably thought yellow card live. It's gone to the TMO and they obviously saw it as a red. I am not commenting anything against that I just knew we were likely to lose a man at that time. Hoping Jacob was okay was the first thing. But second thing was what we were going to do to address the back three coverage. "Joe was a back spasm. The other two lads who pulled out were due to illness. [Koch, T. Willis]. Dan Robson was a concussion.
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Takeover talk, Exeter concern, Saints 'pain' - every word Wasps boss saidWasps head coach Lee Blackett admitted he was 'gutted' after watching his side suffer late heartbreak in a home defeat to Northampton Saints. Will Haydon-Wood's 76th-minute penalty established an eight-point lead for 14-man Wasps, but late tries from Alex Coles and Courtnall Skosan secured the visitors to the Coventry Building Society Arena a 40-36 win. The match was played out to the backdrop of uncertainty regarding Wasps' financial future, with reports of a possible takeover bid spearheaded by former chief executive David Armstrong emerging before kick-off. Tries from Jack Willis, Gabriel Oghre, Charlie Atkinson and Paolo Odogwu - plus five successful Umaga kicks threatened to lift the gloom surrounding the Black and Golds.
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How to watch Bath Rugby v Northampton Saints live on TV and team newsBath Rugby are looking to pick up points in their remaining Premiership games to pull themselves off the base of the league table having never finished bottom of the standings before. There is no relegation to worry about this season but it is all about pride for the Blue, Black and White. Northampton Saints come to the Rec on Saturday in Round 23 of the 2021/22 Gallagher Premiership and despite riding high in the table, sitting sixth, Saints have been defeated on their last six visits to Bath in all competitions since winning there, 13-11, in Premiership Rugby in December 2015.
I don't think it has [had an impact] the players have been really good. They put in a great performance at Bath, they got five points. They put nearly a very good performance today. They're playing some good rugby the boys at the moment. We could be sat here four from four, we're sat here one from four.
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