Do we even have any French fans on this forum?
NZ by a fair margin in this, and this isn't using the patented 'post opposite to what I want to happen thing' either.
The frogs couldn't penetrate a 14 man Welsh side minus their best player. They stand little to no chance of breaching the AB line.
Avatar now by choice. 5-0 in the Ashes and all.
All Blacks to be eating Frog's legs late Sunday evening. Will be pleasantly surprised if there's any real contest tbh.
Exit pursuing a beerOriginally Posted by Jimmy Neesham
France only have one weak link and it is Parra at 10. He is playing out of position. And in watching the replay today he seems to take the wrong options.
But Rugby is a 15 man game and one weak link will hurt you.
I got great enjoyment shouting "WHY THE **** ISN'T THIS GAME BEING PLAYED AT THE BASIN?!>!?!?" to reasonably significant cheers from the sparse crowdOverrated XI Warner, Rutherford, Steve Smith, Rahane, Bairstow, Alecz Day, Donovan Grobelaar, Luke Ronchi, Faulkner, Dan Christian, Permaulone day NZ will bring chappell to his knees in a puddle of his own tears and you'll see Phlegm on his belly greedily tasting every delicious tear before watching the hope fade from that old ****s eyes.
Just a few hours away now.
Probably should be more excited but after our performance last week against Australia - the side I thought would be the most likely to defeat us - and then the performance of France so far, it should be a comfortable victory. I guess nothings ever that simple in RWCs for us though. I wouldn't be surprised if the match follows a similar pattern to the Argentina match, in that France front up and threaten to make a game of things before the ABs take control afer 60 minutes and win by 20 or so points. Compared to recent WCs I'm very pleased the ABs have selected the same XV which, in my view, is our strongest line-up - certainly differing to the rotation policy of 2007 and some of the debatable decisions in 2003.
Almost game time!!!
all blacks to win by 20!!!
Just listening to some sound bites from Keith Quinn that have been immortalized. I can't really imagine Grant Nisbett saying anything as memorable - he is more cerebral - and less passionate in the moment.
Here is one of his calls
Here is highlights of '87 great calls throughout
Last edited by Hurricane; 23-10-2011 at 01:00 AM.
Never been a huge fan of Nisbett, and he seems to be getting worse at actually calling the right players which is kind of fundamental for a commentator. Would've been brilliant if one of the stations had picked up Quinn to call the matches.
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