Declan Kidney has so many squad injuries ahead of the Ireland game versus Scotland in this weekend's Six Nations that he may be forced to select Bono as a centre, but the most interesting selction dilemma involves a player that isn't injured: will he play Ronan O'Fucking Gara at 10?
For far too long, the apple cheeked Munsterman has been the indisputed next cab off the rank at stand-off, but he has recently entered a period of form so putrid that they can smell it Patagonia. This means that Kidney may select a primary school child from Ulster ahead of him, which while a risk at international level, would be bloody hilarious to anyone who isn't from Munster.
So, in short, ROFG will be selected and is odds-on to be utterly SHIT, or he isn't selected and we will get gratuitous shots of his miserable, fuming face on the bench before he comes on to be utterly SHIT for thirty minutes. Then he'll probably retire.
I'm struggling to see a downside. Anyone?