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mozart

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Early Big Foot ....
June 30, 2013, 01:51:16
....in the mouth award of the week goes to a consistent winner of this award, OOm Maaik, with the following prediction:

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"Beeno Sorry - the Stormers has NO chance. They can reduce the loss a bit if De Jongh can up his tackling stats to 20% and Jantjies does not [removed] up completely - but lose they will. Too many weaknesses in the Stormr team".

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Just for your edification OOm, I add de Jongh's stats:

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C de Jongh 0/0 0 0/6/7 42 1 0 3 0 6/1 0/0 0 0/0 .

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Interpreting that's 42 metres in 7 carries, only Willie made a few more metres, one clean break, 3 offloads and only one hard tackle on Rhule from behind missed in 7 attempts. including some superb forcing tackles.

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How do you like your crow? Although given your unusual absence I'm guessing you had a liquid dinner after that embarrassment.


Saffex

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RE: Early Big Foot ....
June 30, 2013, 10:38:15

 Jantjies had yet another great game, but the real star was that man Kolisi


Spooony

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RE: Early Big Foot ....
June 30, 2013, 10:42:55
Mozart

WHAT NUMBER DID DE JONGH PLAY?


mozart

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RE: Early Big Foot ....
June 30, 2013, 14:31:14
That was the best I have seen Kolisi play , but Fourie wasn't far behind. Trouble is, it's hard to draw any test conclusions as the Cheetahs loosies are not very physical.


clevermike

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RE: Early Big Foot ....
July 01, 2013, 17:08:35
Mozart

The big fool will always be the one who Is wise after the fact. All the Cheetahs played poorly - but you have to pounce on their loosies. Now for two things - the Bok starting line up was Alberts - yet no comments on his sub-par performance. Labuscaagne was better than Alberts comparatively by a mile, Lost perspective again - have we not.

Yes - De Allende put De Jongh into space twice - and what happened then? Nothing at all. He died with the ball. Great play that one


mozart

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RE: Early Big Foot ....
July 01, 2013, 17:13:35
No OOm the big fool is the one who is laughably wrong before the fact and shoots his mouth off about it....bwahahahahahahaha.


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