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hakwa

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worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 18:55:30

Quoting Beeno "I think I will expire if we dominate like we did in Dunedin and lose! Its one thing to lose but not when you were the better side." unquote!


moolaa

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 19:12:24

 It's strangely quiet on this forum Hakwa! Beeno's the only one with the guts to post anything at this stage. I presume he was talking about the ABs when he said "not bad"!


poi-e

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Posts: 778
RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 19:17:59

You'd be quiet too if you've been chest beating all week about how the Boks were +10 points better than the AB's.  Humble pie takes a while to digest...


Brycy

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 19:22:00

Chippo

Silence of the Spingbok Lambs starts this saturday
October 03, 2012, 16:03:12


Guaranteed... less than 20% of the usual Kiwi mob will be on here after the game until Tuesday.

 

Bets are on!

Boks to win by 12.

Goosen to score 15 points.

3 tries


Beeno1

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 19:33:33
I see the kiwi bird brains are all a twitter!!! Oaks look a little deeper. We won possession and territory. Not bad for a start. missed penalties and somefluffed opportunities led to a rather flattering ab win. I have little doubt we can fix our defence which in past years has always been very good. No Beeno not all all preturbed by this loss. We were the better side in Dunedin and our defence was fine. Here we were off key. Our youngsters are gaining experience and the tipping of the scales is not too far off. Now kiwi bird brains I suggest you switch off your lights and get some sleep!! You are clearly not thinking clearly at this late nz hour!!


hakwa

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 19:36:41

 and miss the opportunity to sledge you? hehehehehehehehe! Good night my friend!


radtad1

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Posts: 273
RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 19:43:23

Congratulations to NZ whom were simply superb. Though I predicted a NZ win I did expect a tight game. The second half was just too much for the Boks to handle and the inexperiece and lack of leadership really started to show. The first half showed thsat we can foot it with you guys but we just need to sustain this for 80 minutes.

 

Well done kiwis - no one can argue what has been achieved!


Catalina

Status: Ref
Posts: 3
RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 20:01:39

Poor delussional pathetic Beeno. Its satisfying, though a little sad, that Moolah's balanced and accurate view irks Beeno so much. Despite today's ref obviously having a pocketfull of rand, being his usual train-spotting and incompenent self (eg missing the forward pass leading to Habana's try) and dealing to the All Blacks with a frightful penalty count, clearly the better side won. Fact: post the appointment of independant referees the All Blacks' win ratio against the Boks is heavily in favour of the All Blacks - why is this? We all know why; sadly South African society is full of corruption and their refs in the "good old days of apartheid" were simply cheats. Mind you, I now conceed that the two best Refs in the world are yarpies. Just ask any of the Yarpies living overseas about corruption in South Africa; its one of the main reasons they have deserted their own country in such droves. 

Moolah's fair minded and balanced view sums up why the All Blacks are so much better than the Boks. Yes, the Boks will win in the future but you need to understand Beeno that the majority of wins in the future will be with the All Blacks. Beeno needs to get into his beano a little common sense and a more balanced view. 


Beeno1

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 20:56:59

Kate a leena its definitely time for you beauty sleep. What a load of twaddle. You win a game and go ballstic.

The abs were inferior to the Boks in Dunedin. This result does not change that. Boks were poor on defence today but showed enougfh to encourafge hope for better days. sorry if that upsets you but thats the way it looks.  you think you afre unbeatable but its around the corner.

We are at different point in a cycle but I am already happy with our forwards. Still things to iron out but every reason for optimism.

We mastered the abs for some 70 years and will again.

Go Bokke !!!!!!!!!

 

 


poi-e

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 21:01:38

 Is Beeno trying to claim 2 moral victories from 2 losses??  I really enjoyed this humbling of the Boks, followed by yet another humbling for Beeno....supporting WP and the Boks, you're a sucker for punishment pal.


Beeno1

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 21:17:16

Poooo you lack comprehension. Dunedin was definitely a moral victory but this one I gave to abs although noting some encouraging stats for Boks. I am not confined to the score in assessing a match.

 

 


poi-e

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Posts: 778
RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 21:20:11

 I guess you can't be confined to the score in assessing the match when the sides you support keep getting the arses handed to them...


sasuke uchiha

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 21:35:54

LMAO, hat goes off to ben10, a real Bok hero IMO, despite the chest thumping All Blacks coming here to fan their pea[removed] feathers after the All blacks win, single handedly he stands tall throwing crazy rants and talks up his Boks wioth great optimism and what have u.
if the Boks had as much heart as him, the score might have very well been different, keep up the good work ben10, ur efforts mirror those of the All Blacks, in that its relentless, :P


Beeno1

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RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 21:58:39

Exactly so saSUE - why the return of the Boks to the top is inevitable.

Pooo you are too superfical by far so get some sleep it may not help your beauty but good have other benfical consequences. Hahahahahahahahahaha


poi-e

Status: Bok regular
Posts: 778
RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 22:03:56

 I think my dreams will be sweeter than yours Beeno

 


Chippo

Status: Squad member
Posts: 541
RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 22:23:58

 I will eat humble pie and say well done kiwis.

You are without doubt the best team in the world right now and you deserve your world champion status.

 

All credit where due.

 

That being said.... Fielding a Bok side with 6 under 22 players bodes well for our future. However we need to keep the youngsters together for the next 5 years in order to build for a potential golden period in Bok rugby.

 

We have some awesome players coming through the ranks... Not to mention the fact that we are the current junior world champions.


Catalina

Status: Ref
Posts: 3
RE: worried about Beeno
October 06, 2012, 23:05:28

Poor Beeno - he also finds it hard to read the English language, but then again its almost certainly his second language after his half-baked gutteral ugly sounding [removed]. If the poor sod could read he would have seen that I don't think of the All Blacks as unbeatable, but the are most certainly harder to beat than the Boks - statistics clearly show that  Beeno. What is a great to see is all the fantastic support the All Blacks receive from the Black and Coloured people in South Africa - they clearly enjoy a team that consistently tries to play attractive rugby rather than kick, kick, kick, kick ............ 


World Champs

Status: Baby Bok
Posts: 118
RE: worried about Beeno
October 08, 2012, 01:09:12

Any tears in their my black brother chippo????? OUCH!!!

 

It is a lesson that HM is going to learn very very quickly and that is the fact that you need to balance youth with experience and enthusiasm and pride needs leadership and guidance that passion and home advantage mean nothing to the AB's but finally that rugby is played for 80 minutes and not for 40?

 

That is about as harsh as it goes but Meyer sadly has had to endure more changes than he would have liked in his first start to test rugby. He will become a better coach for it and it would be advantageous for SA to keep him on after the RWC even if he fails to bring it home.

 

I doubt you will see the same players together in 5 years time and I doubt SA can and will continue to settle for this type of failiure and for the expectations of SA it has been a mediocre season thus far.

 

Oh and its good to see your humility Chippo I was wondering where you had went too?


Boklogic

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Posts: 1950
RE: worried about Beeno
October 08, 2012, 01:20:28

Ha ha Catalina, you dont really think the Blacks and coloureds support NZL because of the brand of rugby they play do you?

Watch the game again and just before the half, Elton Jantjies (a coloured player) kicked a penalty and the camera was fixed on a coloured guy wearing and AB jersey but up on his feet celebrating the Bok's 3 points because it came off the boot of a black player.

These are the blokes that would be firmly in their seats had Goosen kicked that penalty. When SA win, they remove that AB jersey very quickly and hop on the Bok party bus...Fence sitters. They just want a team full of "quota" players at any cost!


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