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kingcorn

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au revoir Monsieur Habana, Steyn and co
August 26, 2013, 22:12:32

 So SARU has decided to bend over and bite the pillow while the French clubs shove a nice big smelly garlic baguette up their bung holes. For me these guys can stay in France and not bother to show for the rest of the championship. Time to invest into local talent


clevermike

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RE: au revoir Monsieur Habana, Steyn and co
August 27, 2013, 06:00:08
Kingcorn

Go to France - go directly to France - do not pass go - do not collect R200. Our idiot coach has not even a clue about the simple game of monopoly. So what else is new?


kingcorn

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RE: au revoir Monsieur Habana, Steyn and co
August 27, 2013, 09:48:32

 Any international player must know that when playing in France, the chance that your country will call you up are next to nun. Not even English players based in France gets selected to play for England, because of the French Clubs slave mentallity


carpetmuncher

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RE: au revoir Monsieur Habana, Steyn and co
August 27, 2013, 11:27:29

well in that case meyer can ship out with them.......just a couple of years in the job and allready we have bent over more than a philipeno hooker during carnival time. this is the enviroment that meyer and saru has created by picking overseas based players.

 

louw pieneer steenkamp habana steyn and co can stay right where they are. try to lure them back but if they pull a louw and refuse then they should be kicked to the pavement where they belong.

 

players like brussouw and other are way more loyal if given the chance. now even he has decided to go overseas due to meyers horse chesnut mentailty.

 

 


kingcorn

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RE: au revoir Monsieur Habana, Steyn and co
August 27, 2013, 14:03:18

 Muncher, Meyer is only starting his second year. When I saw earlier this year all the bulls players signing overseas contracts I thought great, now Meyer can't include them in his team, but he stuck to his guns. I posted on another thread that he should just back the youngster now and invest in the players who wants to stay locally. I have no problem with players wanting to earn more money but for me if you are a bok it brings far greater rewards than just money.


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