Heh @ Ireland v Argentina
One of those where you went to the fight and occasionally a rugby match broke out.
England, very very poor and SA, very very good.. Oh and it's D-ahnn-ie Rossouw.. And D-ann-y Cipriani.. My constant requests for Peter de Villiers to be sacked may be kept silent until next year at least..
Anyone listen to it on Radio 5? How gun was Matt Dawson's reaction to Jantjie's very late challenge on Armitage near the end?
Is Armitage a good prospect? Seem to hear his name quite a lot..
Meanwhile Cipriani gets the arse.
Best thing for him. Has looked out of his depth &, in fairness to the boy, might've been rushed back too soon from injury. Flutey has looked as rank as Volts's prophesised all those years ago too. Would like to see Geraghty from London Irish get another go outside Flood myself.
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"I don't think that they'll come close to us to be honest."
- Steve Smith before the Ashes
Saying that he can't tackle or kick is pretty harsh. I'll give you that he isn't the best tackler or best tactical kicker, but he isn't by any means the worst.
It's easy to be wise after the event, obviously, but I think we've tried to make too many changes all at once. The back line is crying out for a grizzled old head to call the shots.
The trouble is with Catt retired and Wilko broken we aren't exactly overburdened with options.
Wilko has said basically that he wants to play the best rugby he possibly can. Whether that is for England or Newcastle, it doesn't matter, so he isn't ruled out for the time being.
What hapenned to the Taits and the Gerhartys and the Abendanons of this world?
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