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Wednesday, 22nd November @ 09:05

The plan was for David Breen's dad to have the car running outside Semple Stadium to whisk him back to Shannon Airport on Sunday for an evening flight back to Birmingham, in time for a Monday morning at the treatment table in Coventry, now home to English Premiership rugby club Wasps.

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Breen is one of four physiotherapists at the club which had a 40-10 win over Newcastle Falcons at the weekend.It was a match Breen should have been on duty Jimmy Graham Youth jersey for but the juggling act that he and his boss at the club have engaged in to allow him to continue his http://www.cavaliersproshop.com/Kevin_Love_Jersey club hurling career once again kicked in.
"I missed the Newcastle game on Saturday, I was down to do that and, in fairness, he said they'd get one of the other physios to do it and fly me back on the Friday night. I've missed a couple of games but I make up for it. He gets me in when I'm back."As luck would have it Wasps don't have a game until next Sunday so Monday training was shelved, allowing Breen to cancel the flight and celebrate a fourth Munster club title for Na Piarsaigh at the fourth attempt.
BalancingBalancing his career - he previously worked with Leinster - with a high level club involvement needs a lot of compromise from Wasps and the Na Piarsaigh management, he http://www.officialauthenticgiantstore.com/Nike-Eli-Apple-Jersey.html admitted.
"It was out of my control after moving over to England to be honest," said Breen."It was up to the management whether they wanted me to still be involved and whether they felt it was fair to the rest of the panel."I was happy enough to try and keep Nick Bjugstad Jersey doing it. It was the biggest challenge by far. It's one thing living in Dublin and driving down to train from Dublin but as soon as you're in a different country, it's a different kettle of fish.
"You're relying on having a Friday night or a Saturday game so you can work the game and then fly out of Birmingham afterwards and then asking Shane O'Neill (Na Piarsaigh manager) to have the training on the Sunday.
"You get in to Dublin on Saturday night, train on the Sunday down home and then fly out again. That's it, just co-ordinating it, looking at the fixture list and if you can get one guy to cover a game here or there."
At Wasps English internationals Joe Launchbury, Nathan Hughes, James Haskell and Elliot Daly are among those under his care, in addition to former Leinster players Marty Moore and Jimmy Gopperth, and the playing group in general have taken an interest in what he does.Practice is difficult, however. He had planned on teaming up with Warwickshire but broke a bone in his ankle earlier in the year and that link didn't materialise.

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