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Thread: Pool D - Argentina, France, Georgia, Ireland, Namibia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    first five or halfback
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    No weight transfer through the ball at all, I haven't been impressed with the first five or halfback for France TBH. Bring back Michalak.


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    Aww bollocks so nearly another try for Argentina.
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    ...another missed penalty for France....


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    .....and a win for Argentina...yes!!!!

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    Haha. A stuffing.

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    Argentina nearly threw it away with that dire penalty kick there, but hold on in the end.

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    Yeah what the hell was that Argentinian kicker doing, he nearly threw it all away.

    France were dire, especially their full back and kicker.
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    A very poor preformance by the French the worst iv seen in recent years.
    Way too many unforced errors cost them big time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    France were dire, especially their full back and kicker.
    What about their halfback?

    Just goes to show how good the Argentinian team could be if they had some sort of domestic competition or were invovled internationally on a regular basis. Always excellent to see one of those 'smaller' teams get up and win, especially against France.
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    Well the only backs that were actually any good were Harinordoquy, Rougerie (was OK), Michelak when he came on was very good, and that's it really. Where is Yachvilli these days?

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    Very real chance of France not getting through, early days though.
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    Well the thing about France is that they can play **** like they did today, and then beat the All Blacks the next. I wouldn't put it past them to stuff Ireland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Well the only backs that were actually any good were Harinordoquy, Rougerie (was OK), Michelak when he came on was very good, and that's it really. Where is Yachvilli these days?
    Harinordoquy plays #8 .I thought Dominici was quite good, Rougerie and Heymans had a couple of decent touches. What really let them down was the scrumhalf-flyhalf combination, would've much preferred to see Jean-Baptiste Ellisalde and Michalak starting there, Traille seems pretty average and Jauzion was disappointing.

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