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Adam Ashley-Cooper Looking Very Precious As Brian O'Driscoll's Continues Twitter Wind-Up

Adam Ashley-Cooper Looking Very Precious As Brian O'Driscoll's Continues Twitter Wind-Up
By Gary Reilly Updated
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Rugby twitter feuds are a rare sight. More often than not, the classy on field behaviour that rugby's biggest advocates are all too keen to promote is taken off the field (at least publicly) and it's all very cordial between fellow players. Which makes Brian O'Driscoll's couple of tweets in response to Adam Ashley-Cooper all the more entertaining.

In the grand scheme of things, it's not exactly Joey Barton levels of all guns blazing social media etiquette but it's nonetheless refreshing to see. Yesterday, Australia's Adam Ashley-Cooper took to twitter to take umbrage with something Brian O'Driscoll had said about his move to Bordeaux being all about the money.

O'Driscoll responded in kind and that could have been that but the Wallaby back was not content with leaving it there.

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To which Ashley-Cooper replied with this sarcasm laced (we're assuming), thumbs up heavy retorte.

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The 'haha' and thumbs up may be there but there's certainly a bit of bite to this one. If there's any proof needed of that then we'll leave it up to Matt Ashley-Cooper, Adam's brother.

Thankfully, Matt Giteau was on hand to lighten the mood.

We're scoring this one to O'Driscoll by way of Ashley-Cooper looking very precious altogether but we would say that.

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