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Beeno1

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Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 23, 2013, 18:27:24

 Hahahahahahahha this bulle blowhard (mean ou) is making excuses already as fast as he can!!!

Kaplan, n guppie in murg en been, kry die wedstryd teen die Magtige Bulle. Ons gaan weer heeldag moet hoor "hande af Blou, release Blou, moenie duik nie Blou ens. Al die 50/50 beslissings weer teen die Bulle. Asof dit nie genoeg is nie is die een assistend skeidsregter ook n gebore guppie


Saffex

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 23, 2013, 18:36:16

Beenkop, I'd be more worried about your Stormers. Hell who have they scraped together on the bench as forwards......some 29 year old Pumas lock.

 

I wondered why Ruan Botha was not playing as I saw he was in one of the WP Vodacom Cup sides a month or so ago, but I see he will now only be ready for the CC.

 

He has grown - 2.05m and 118kg, perfect partner for Etzebeth

 

http://www.sarugby.net/playerprofile.aspx?id=51632&category=&leagueid=0


Beeno1

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 23, 2013, 18:42:12

Snapster there is no figuring out Allistair! I cant fathom him. He had better realise fast we are in danger. matches agaisnt the queens are taking on monstrous proportions! Go Cheetahs!

As for mean ou tell him to take heart his side has a chance. Hahhahahahaha blaming poor kaplan like that!

How many players must the Sharks be missing before he will have any confidence?


Saffex

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 23, 2013, 18:45:13

Owen never lacks confidence when it comes to his Bulls. At the moment he has every right to feel confident, they are on fire.

 

They are making the Sharks and Stormers look like fools

 

Coetzee is useless, he needs to be given the big boot


Beeno1

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 23, 2013, 22:23:43

Please snapster dont make excuses for owen he is poop scared his team is going to lose and is blaming Kaplan. Kaplan I have to add is a respectable ref so he is barking up the wrong tree.

I see Beast is back and Alberts palying again so Sharks pack should be tougher. Du toit also starting. Perhaps thats why ou mean ou is wetting himself?

However as I said if the bulle cant beat this very depleted sharks team then it only proves my point how much better the full strength Stormers and Sharks sides are.

Bulle should win this but hearing ou mean ou they are clearly very worried. So much for all that talk of magtige bulle and bulle legends. Hahahahahahahahahahaha 


Owen Meany

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 24, 2013, 17:09:43

Die Magtige Bulle sal wen ten spyte van die guppie skeidsregters. Ons gaan net sukkel met n bonuspunt aangesien Kaplan n meester is om n strafskop te blaas sodra die Bulle momentum opbou. 

 


Saffex

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 24, 2013, 17:38:15

Dutchie what are you doing here on the dark side!!


Owen Meany

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 24, 2013, 19:20:47

Ek help net mense reg wat my verkeerd aanhaal.


KalaedFreddie

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 24, 2013, 19:43:17

 Selective quoting seems to be a problem all over.  So, wa vanaf kom jy my broe?


Beeno1

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 24, 2013, 21:15:29

 Ag man ou owen jy verstaan niks! Allow me to enlighten you.Firstly mean ou unless it is  a bent nz ref you cant go blaming the ref before the game - especially a fine ref like kaplan.It just shows eveyone how worried you really are.

Secondly, I think you are getting a false impression of the bulle this season because they would normally be third behind the mighty Stormers and then the sharks. Only injuries have preventedd the two coastal sides from showing the bulle wie is die baas and being in the top four at least. However I will say the bulle have improved.

One thing you may clarify for us - why oh why does ludeke plnot start with Arno Botha your best loose forward?Suspies is still looking like tarzan and playing like jane. I am disappointed that van der walt never got in before wee suspies. Hougie has been awful and Vermaak has shown he is by some way the better scrummie - not that ou snapster has twigged yet. 

But welcome to the dark side Owen, actually the light side. Pop in from time to time and give us the benefit of your misplaced confidence in the bulle!  Its good to hear from you  - your bulle legends bit always has me in stiches! Just be very very thankful the wee bulle pack never came up against the 940 kg Stormers pack. It would have been murder and fate wouldnt allow it.


Owen Meany

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 24, 2013, 21:44:25

 KF ek weet nie van waar jou broer is nie, maar as ek n wilde raaiskoot moet waag sal ek se die Kaap.

Beeno die Magtige Bulle se bestuurspan, met Mnr Ludeke as hoof, weet hoe om ons jong spelers te bestuur. Dit is hoekom ons nie elke jaar beserings as verskonings hoef te gebruik nie. 


Beeno1

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 24, 2013, 22:06:29

 Mean ou we have in the Newlands staduim the Sports Science Insitute headed by the world renowned Prof Tim Noakes. Nobody can be listening to him. These injuries cannot be just bad luck. Someone has fouled up.

The simple facts are that you cannot sustain too many injuries and win the comp. 

Take the Chiefs against the Crusaders. They were missing Franks and Flyn and it cost them the match even allowing for two pathetic charge downs. That scrum they lost near their line would not have happened had Franks and Flyn been there. They were for 65 minutes in any event the better side. We are talking about a mere two players.


moolaa

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 25, 2013, 02:12:41

Hasbeeno, what about the Chiefs missing Afeaki, Kahui, Nanai-Williams, Anscombe.....shall I go on??

No, I don't need to and you don't hear me whingeing like you over injuries...the Chiefs just play the cards they're dealt!

Now go and consult Professor Tim Joakes, world renowned in his own house. He'll no doubt wave his magic wand and the Mild Zephyrs will make the play-offs!


Beeno1

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 25, 2013, 11:35:22

 Mooooo la please go ahead and name your 17 injured players or 19 in the case of the sharks.

I am presuming you are aware of the difference between having a few players out and a mass of players out.

Moooo la moooing in the wind!


Beeno1

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RE: Bulle fan making excuses for loosing against sharks already
May 25, 2013, 11:40:25

 Some info re  Noakes. Any idea that he is not a person to ignore is ludicrous. Mooo la living down under much escapes you no doubt. Hahhahahahaha

 Noakes was born in Harare, Zimbabwe in 1949 and moved to South Africa at the age of five.[2] As a young boy his main sporting interest was cricket. Noakes attended Monterey Preparatory School in Constantia, Cape Town, then Diocesan College. He has earned an MBChB (1974), MD (1981), and DSc (Med) (2002).

As researcher, educator, and author [edit]

In 1980 Noakes was tasked to start a sports science course at the University of Cape Town. Noakes went on to head the Medical Research Council-funded Bioenergetics of Exercise Research Unit, which was later changed to the MRC/UCT Research Unit for Exercise Science and Sports Medicine.[3]

In the early 1990s Noakes co-founded the Sports Science Institute of South Africa,[4] with former South African rugby player Morne du Plessis. His unit's physiological research has produced over 370 scientific articles since 1996.

He published a scientific paper on the condition now known as Exercise Associated Hyponatremia (EAH).[citation needed] He first recognized this condition in a female runner during the 1984 Comrades Marathon, and published his findings in 1985 in the journal Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Noakes hosted the 1st International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia Consensus Development Conference in Cape Town in May 2005.

Noakes is also known for renewing and elaborating the idea first proposed by the 1922 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner Archibald Hill that a central governor regulates exercise to protect body homeostasis.[5][6][7][8]

In 2005 he undertook a series of pioneering experiments in the Arctic and Antarctic on South African (British-born) swimmer Lewis Gordon Pugh to understand the full range of human capability in extreme cold. He discovered that Pugh had the ability to raise his core body temperature before entering the water in anticipation of the cold and coined the phrase 'anticipatory thermo-genesis' to describe it. In 2007 he was the expedition doctor for Pugh’s one kilometre swim at the Geographic North Pole.

Noakes has written two books. "Lore of Running" is a resource on almost every topic for understanding, enjoying, and improving performance in the sport.[9] "Waterlogged" takes readers inside the science of athlete hydration.[10]

Awards [edit]

Noakes is also well known for challenging common and old paradigms in the discipline of exercise physiology.[citation needed] In 1996 he was honored by the American College of Sports Medicine when he was asked to present the J.B. Wolfe Memorial Lecture, the college's keynote address at its annual meeting. In his presentation Ex Africa semper aliquid novi. (Out of Africa always something new) Noakes challenged the dogma of the VO2max plateau theory. This work lead eventually to the construction of a complex central governor model of exercise in which the brain is the primary organ that dictates how fast, how long, and how hard humans can exercise. Much of Noakes' work over the past 10 years has provided further support for this model. In 2002 he was awarded a Doctorate in Science (DSc), the highest degree the University of Cape Town can award.


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