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Beeno1

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Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 13:08:27

Wobblies leading 12-6 at half time and full value for lead.


Beeno1

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October 20, 2012, 13:30:09

well 62 minutes left and the second string Oz are still ahead and good value for lead. Soft ab pack pack struggling.


Beeno1

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October 20, 2012, 13:41:46

wobbly errors costing them - abs hanging on.

Go wobblies stick it to the big bubble. Hahahahahhaha


Beeno1

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October 20, 2012, 14:00:34

So the wobblies missing Alexander, Moore, pocock, Horwill, Cooper, Digby, Genia, Çonnor etc etc  arer the better side by some way.

What bad luck penalty against Oz!!!!! why no drop kick!!!! You could have won the game as you deserved OZ!!!

Its a draw - winning streak ends. Lets be honest - they are unworthy wc champions, should have lost by twenty points at least in Dunedin and in this matcth who can doubt that this second string Oz side were the better team. The bubble has been pricked.

Case closed- Bwhahahahahaahahahhahahaha

I wonder how the abs will go against a tough NH pack? Their only hope is to win through the backs. Ominous sigs for abs!! Hahahahaahaha The Kiwi bird brains will realise how wise it is to listen to Beeno!

The vaunted an backline was as in Dunedin shut down. Their powder puff pack  was dominated by the Oz pack. Boys be honest this is NOT a great side!!


clevermike

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October 20, 2012, 14:36:17

This ws a game not really worth watching.   The number of penalties on both sides showed really poor discipline and the obvious issue to be raised by the All Black supporters will be to blame the referee.   That is to be expected.   After numerous warnings to Mc Caw - the All Blacks transgressed again and Woodcock was sent off.

The All Blacks tried - but made far too many handling errors to come near to scoring a try.   A tryless match  decided by penalties is always a bore - and this one was won as well.

I hope Sasu did not go and bet money on the All Blacks winning by 20 points.  

I expected a poor display by the All Blacks - especially since the only their only real weapon is their backline attacking ability.   The real counter is sound defence - and unlike the Springboks in Soweto the backline defence by the Wallabies neutralized the All Blacks attacks.  Up front they are very average at the best of time.   The Wallaby defence held up well and even Dagg - a  top full back - really looked ordinary today.

It seems that McCaw was looking for trouble before Higginsbottom head-butted him.   He must really be looking forward to his sabattical - because insofar as the rest of todays game is concerned - he seems to have pre-dated that sabattical to start today.


hakwa

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October 20, 2012, 14:39:46

 


mozart

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 15:33:49

Boks 97/98..........17/0


wfunston

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 15:57:16

Well done to the Wallabies. Great defensive effort. No complaints with Joubert. Ill discipline and errors (forced and unforced) were the predominent factor in this game. It's a shame the winning streak came to an end but it had to happen sometime.

 

I personally think this year has done amazing things for Australian rugby. They have been forced to build depth. A lot of  new players shining through esp. Hooper, Phipps and Harris. Beale has locked himself in as #10 and their pack is no longer a house of cards. The wallabies have been through turmoil and have emerged as a galvanised unit. Once all injured players return, they will be a force to be rekoned with.

 

In saying this I do think the AB's had an "off" day (they are human believe it or not), whilst the Wallabies put in what I believe was their best performance this year...... and it was still a draw. It's funny listening to you, clevermike and beeno1, giving us the doom and gloom speach, holding on to this as a victory (just like the Dunedin test). Whatever helps you sleep at night. A draw to a worthy Wallabies team does not worry me. Finishing 3rd in the RC definitely would though!!!

 

"Their only real weapon is their backline attacking ability" ~ Mike, I do enjoy your sense of humour. You are joking right? If this is true, please tell me why they are undefeated this year. Also tell me what the springboks weapon is..... *crickets*

 

May the AB's and Hansen continue their undefeated campaign!!! 


allblacknblue

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 17:44:15

Haven't watched it yet, coverage here starts in another hour. Was trying to avoid reading the results but of course some bloody kiwi had to tell me all about it on face book (bastard!). but by the sounds i might just go gym instead lol.

Well done oz, glad you guys found some depth. The record would have been nice! I guess its really hard to win that many without your head getting stuck up yer arse and by the sounds this may be what happened.

At least now I get to see how Hansen and co back up from a loss.

Beano, your well respected here... Act like it! Your gloating makes you look like a dick! Sort it out man!


poi-e

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 18:17:00

 This game highlights the gulf between the Boks and Oz, clear and deserved 3rd place winners in the RC.  Well done Oz, looks like the Boks will have their work cut out for them to get anywhere near no 2 on the IRB log.


Beeno1

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October 20, 2012, 18:49:31

allblacknblue I am tryng to sort out you kiwis which is keeping me busy!! Given ab fans delusions of grandeur the patients are obviously finding the medicine too strong. Hahahhahahaha

No offence abnb but if you like to rub it in the wheel turns and it becomes your turn so no squealing please.

I think the wobblis are looking very good. They have nice depth and  with their stars back next year it looks to be a tussel between the rising Boks who also have a host of top players out. The abs need to think about how they will ensure they beat Argentina  Bwahahahahahahaahahaha

I think a full stength Bok side is about 20 points better than the abs and the wobblies something similar. I mean if we were 20 points better away from home in Dunedin and had a number of players out this is surely a reasonable assessment?


clevermike

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 19:06:40

Beeno

I had a good hard look at the Wallaby team - mostly good youngsters - as compared to the rugby geriatrics in the All black team.   When their injured players return next year I would give the All Blacks a 20% chance of beating the Wallabies.

The All Black supporters must really be very quiet about breaking the number of tests won in succession.   They were all bragging in advance about it - so maybe we would have some less noise from them.

poi-e

Just tell me what was the result of the last Wallaby - Springbok test - when the Wallabies played the same team as they had on the field  today? 


allblacknblue

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 19:50:47

You might be right beano and whats your point? If you are right then thats good for rugby init. When did I rub it in by the way? AB's  had a good stint, trophy cabinets full, best thing that can happen to these lads now is to have their character tested and become a better team for it.

Don't get me wrong i'm a fan of my teams but i'm a fan of the game aswell. YOU sir seem to only care for results and the ego of this silly online persona and not the last bastion of gladiatorial passion and spirit only now found in Rugby.


poi-e

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 20:06:28

DumBrickMike Did the Boks win away from home this RC?  Deserved 3rd place, so much work to do for the Boks to catch the Ozzies, can see a slippery slide down the rankings, Oz showing the depth in their squad that the Boks could only dream of.


poi-e

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 20:20:39

One things for sure tha AB's will finish the year the no1 ranked side, World Cup Champions, RC champions, and touch wood unbeaten for the better part of 18 months.  

 

Here's hoping the Boks can hold on to...err 3rd place in the rankings, is this your trophy cabinet at SA Rugby HQ?

 


poi-e

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 20:38:56

According to DumbBrickMike Richie provoked this, good to see another endorsement of foul play from DumbBrickMike

 


Beeno1

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 20:46:24

allblackblue I know its hard to have your bubble burst but keep your shirt on! Bye the way whether you had a go at the bok fans here (fine if you did of course) or not I do not recall you saying anything to kiwi supporters having a go.

Abnb its all part of the fun. So get off the floor and back on the horse!! Hahhahahahahahaha.

No offence ment.


allblacknblue

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 22:06:31

Your alright beanie, I'll let you off this time.

Just watched it and not as bad as you made out beanie, AB's deff off night, we left easily 20 points out there with last passes not sticking etc but we were still finding and punching space, thought jane was a bit unlucky.

Wasn't overly impressed with the wallabys either, they used an emotional trigger this week and it showed, they wont get up like that every game. 

You can say what you want beano but the difference between the AB's and the Bok's (no matter the squad) is the Bok's would have taken the draw today, they would have been the first of the tri nations teams to kick it out, enjoy being 2nd best to Aussie mate. The mobility of their young pack is gonna be a hard pill for SA to swallow for a long time to come no matter how much ball The boks retain from the set piece.

 


clevermike

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 22:19:00

All Blacknblue

I think the younger teams are those with a future - not the rugby geriatrics in the All Black team.   Both Australia and South Africa are building up teams by bringing in a vey high number of younger players - so beware of the future.  

I really am not worried about the Springboks at all.   They played the same team in Pretoria and beat them comprehensiely.   OK it was an away game for the Wallabies - but it still shows that the Springboks are competitive.   In another year or two - will that also be the case with the All Blacks??????????


redsman

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 22:34:37

FRom the moment the Kiwis walked ontot the field they were intimidated by Lang Park (Suncorp) crowd. The Kiwi's prime choker Piri WeePOO choked the pass that cost the game and the record... hahahahahaahhaahhaahahahahahahahahahahahah

As for Higgin completely legit, he was just walking back to his side of the field and McCheat Head butted him in the knee... OBviously saprking a reaction.,

Note how the cheats crumbled whent heir cheating captain was sorted.... Good Job Craig fair game reffed all we can ask for - 10/10.

Shame 3rd String outfit couldnt put the ABs completely away but just shows kiwis are highly inflating their own creditials - The past 2 games @ Suncorp Loss and Draw. Thats None from 2... what about that record..?. 

NOW if only the ARU can see what is blaringly obvious and that is make Suncorp stadium the centre for every bledisloe game in Australia...and you might have a chance @ bledisloe.

BTW tickets were $190............ so the lowlife welfare recipient kiwis must have saved up a lot centrelink payments to make it in the gates.... still way too many of them there for my liking but shows the Fortress is alive and well.

3rd string team... AAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHHHHHHHHHHH

 


allblacknblue

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RE: Go Wobblies stick to the big bubble!
October 20, 2012, 23:17:20

It's not like we don't have any young guys in the squad Mike, it's up to them to break into the starting line up it's just in some positions they have VERY big shoes to fill. We have also been very lucky with the injury toll this year hence you have'nt seen much of em. the distubing them thing for you guys is you NEED a ton of posession to win a match, your points to posession/territory is probably down there with 7th or 8th in the world and to be honest even Scotland would probably come away with more points if they could get that much ball.


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