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redsman

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English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 02:08:01

Reports in from English media who have made it into the AIGs team hotel exposing the hype and the unrealities of this self-obsessed group of kiwis.

 

The quote I love the best is this: On the team whiteboard, one prominent message read: "We are the most dominant team in the history of the world."

 

HAHAAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ARE YOU SERIOUS!!!!!!!!!??????????

Talk about bunch of wankers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Anyway lets see if England can beat again and hopefully the refs screw you like Aussies and lesser extent saffas always get........

 



Read more: http://www.couriermail.com.au/rugby/wallabies/all-blacks-exposed-english-journalist-infiltrates-camp-ahead-of-test-against-england/story-e6frf55l-1226758649212#ixzz2kTm9OqlQ


Cloudy

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 06:03:54
Geez redneck get over it....that little statement which by the way is true....was enough to send you into a meltdown, and caused a bit of hysteria in the NH.  You know what they say about people who eavesdrop?  Now pick yourself up like a good little boy and run along. 


Beeno1

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 08:09:21
 An English newspaper has exposed the All Blacks' motivational methods after gaining access to the tourists team meeting room.

A reporter from London's Daily Telegraph took a note of written messages on the walls of the room at the New Zealand team's London hotel shortly before the players and coaches used it for a debrief meeting.

The messages were mostly motivational and aimed at boosting morale ahead of the Test against England.

The nature of the messages is in stark contrast to the low-key approach the players have taken in public media sessions this week. (meaning the abs are not what they they seem to be eg the Dagg clip)

On the team whiteboard, one prominent message read: "We are the most dominant team in the history of the world." (Well well well how often havent I spoken of the delusions of the abs and their fans. Beeno vindicated yet again. Now folk will understand the degree of the delusion and the need to let our kiwi friends down gently. Hhahahahahahahahahahaha hilarious stuff from the kiwis. You have to admit Beeno got it spot on once more)

Reporter Oliver Brown said statistical breakdowns mingled with other mental reminders dotted around the room.

Next to a list of possession percentages was a message: "On Saturday, don't moan, even to yourself."

There was a written vow to "reach new levels mentally as a group", while another read: "We are playing England - this is about history, about human nature."

The backs were informed to "use your shoulders, see both sides, and concentrate on your breathing".

While there was nothing in the newspaper to give the England camp any tactical insight, it was a reminder to the All Blacks they are in a country where media competition and reporting methods remain more aggressive than anywhere in the rugby world.

Wonder if Susie will make an appearance. Bwahahahahhahahahaha


Just_win

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 08:20:45
A story about nothing. British media are clutching at straws. Of course teams have motivational phrases posted around locker rooms and hotel rooms. The mental part of the game is very important.

What would you expect?


moolaa

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 09:34:13
 No delusion Hasbeeno; the statement happens to be true!


Just_win

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 09:39:14
Such statements by the ABs are designed to help bring clarity to the poor weeee lost & confused folks Beeno - I trust it is helping in this regard ?


hakwa

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 10:53:00
 these English, you can never trust them - lucky us, they never caught Nonu in his short skirt and high heels.


becs

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 12:01:16
 As this is the first I have heard of it, it has hardly caused " hysteria " in the Press over here ! No-one outside of Town reads that paper and many there will have not a jot of interest in the Sport anyway.


It's a non-story. Who cares what they have written on a white board ?


Cloudy

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 12:11:20
Just what I thought .......and even if it did happen it definitely pales in comparison to the rubbish the oz media comes up with before a Bledisloe cup game.  A young English filly giving clarity to the wee beenos in here.


CleanCut

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 12:13:40
 
What team wouldn't want to be pumped for a coming match?

This is stupid.



Wardad

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 12:14:10
 Well said Becs ,I am actually taking a lot less notice of media beat-ups these days and far more of the actual English fans .So far I have seen only one with the chest beating but I suspect he was reds-necks English doppelganger ! 
I hear that the wallablies have " For a good time call Reds-man on 555555 or see him up the Old Sea Dog anytime ! " on their wall .


becs

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 12:45:45
 Personally I never take any notice of what the papers write, I only take notice of who is injured, who is selected etc.
I have been around when players have been interviewed and heard the conversations, the copy has borne little relation to anything said and some players have really been " done over " by the Press. It's totally appalling really.

I also don't take a lot of notice what the " fans " have to say.....would you believe how many comments are still being written on the RFU site asking why Tuilagi isn't in the team !!!!

I'm beginning to despair, truly :(



Cloudy

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 12:55:46
Why isn't Tuilagi in the team??  Just kidding!!  Haven't seen nor do I know much about Twelvetrees ( interesting name) but it's going to be exciting.  Carter's 100th cap will be incentive enough for him to put in a better performance than last year when I thought Owen Farrell played far better and was instrumental in England's win.  But Carter is due for a big one and I feel this is the one.  Let's see how all the changes pan out for England.  It's never good to write any team off because of injuries and I know the All Blacks would respect England as much as any team.


becs

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 13:17:09
 Tuilagi is actually out for the entirety of the 6 Nations now. Leics will miss him.

Twelvetrees is a wonderful name, one of my favourites. It's his Mum's name, his Dad took it when they married as she has no male siblings and they didn't want the name to die out. He is a Tree Surgeon too.....not a joke !!!!!!
Had my eye on him for years and hoped my team would take him up when he needed a full time contract but, as usual, they passed up on that and he went to Leics. Must admit, they didn't use him well enough there and he left for Glos. He's not having the best of Seasons, so I am surprised to see him out there for England but Lancaster is a very loyal man and that's something I do admire in him.
Twelvetrees has a great deal of potential, a lot of skill, can play 10 or 12 and just needs to be allowed to settle I suppose. He is a confidence player, like so many. I suppose we just need to get a bit of a settled side....although I can't ever see that happening again in my lifetime...ha ha ha !!

We played well last year, no-one can, or should, say otherwise.
And yes, I had a very good feeling about that match and felt we would win, by a point or two. I can't explain why. Sometimes you just get a feeling.
This year, I don't feel that way and haven't. Now, I am sorry we have lost the Props and the Wings have not got their chance, especially Wade. It is a shame and it is a shame for Lancaster as he doesn't seem to get much luck in terms of getting any semblance of a settled side.
But, you make do with what you can. And we shall see what happens on Saturday.


Wardad

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 13:42:28
 Losing Corbs ,tuilagi and the others would hurt any team ,especialy a team facing the ABS as the opposition all say you need everything going your way to beat em ,even the in form Boks !


becs

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 14:18:11
 Losing players always hurts, it's disruptive and we've never been able to settle, sadly. It's never been possible to put the same team out twice during this particular tenure, but that's sport.

This is unfortunate though. I wouldn't have risked Corbisiero last week, I would have saved him to get one half out of him this week !!


CleanCut

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 14:41:13
 
That's rather desperate, becs!

I would have thought it best to leave the player out till he recovers completely.

No match is that important.

Surely?


becs

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 15:05:43
 Instead of trying him out last week and him suffering a reaction that has kept him out of this week, I would have left him out last week. If it meant he only lasted for one half this week, so be it.
He has a long term knee injury that has to be managed. This is the way things will be with him.


And if you think any player takes the field fully fit at any stage, then I am afraid you are not correct. They all have niggles at the very least. That's the way of it. And their choice as a professional sportsman.


CleanCut

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 15:29:28
 
You heartless cow!!

There's a big difference between a niggle and a full blooded injury.

A niggle isn't going to influence the game much, as most play with one, nor does it have the potential of escalating into something substantial enough to keep the player off the park for an extended period of time.

A serious injury, if not attended to, could mean the end of a career.

His choice as a professional sportsman was to contribute to the team. How is playing injured a contribution? Even if it's only for a half. He's more a liability than anything else.
  


becs

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 15:32:54
 He has a long term knee injury that has to be managed, it will probably mean the end of his career far too soon.

He injured his other knee and that was why he missed the Aus match.

I would have given him the extra week to give both knees time to settle.

It's up to the Physio's and the player as to whether they want to risk it. And he has yet to be a liability on the pitch.




sasuke uchiha

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 15:59:21
cant blame redsneck for having a heart attack cos of what an englishmen reporterd from a whiteboard, :blink:


u only need to look at his useless wallabies and thw most useless wallabies coach ever mackenzie to know why redenck is always so grumpy.
who can forget redsnecks boasting before the first bledisloe saying mackenzie will bring back the bledisloe and the All Blacks will lose all three tests??? :'(


after running his mouth and watching that fat pecie of donkey turd mackenzie prove that he has no idea about coaching at that level, its easy to see why redsneck is such a bitter twisted douche bag.

deano must be laughing himself silly, especially after mackenzie became the first wallaby coach to lose all games vs ABs and Boks in a TriNats/RC, and who can blame him, 8-)


sasuke uchiha

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 16:03:54
"Twelvetrees is a wonderful name, one of my favourites. It's his Mum's name, his Dad took it when they married as she has no male siblings and they didn't want the name to die out. He is a Tree Surgeon too.....not a joke !!!!!!"

what a wonderful gesture from daddy twelvetrees, he must gave won his father in laws approval big time.
i like the name twelvetrees too, meke as, lolz, :)


CleanCut

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 16:12:24
 
It seems that the name "redsneck" is taken ... I will have to conjure another.



Beeno1

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 18:44:22
 We are the most dominant team in the history of the world." 
belly laugh emoticon belly laugh emoticon belly laugh emoticon
The first lesson for these arrogant pompous abs is rather to let other people say these things about them rather than blowing their trumpets in this most unfortunate and delusional way.
Of course people are not saying this apart perhaps from some kiwi bird brain loonies.
Says it all.
Anyhow the cat is out the bag and the whole world now knows how puffed up these loose screw abs are.
Thanks Redsman for bring this titbit to our attention and confirming my worst suspicions.
Beeno feeling very justified about all his kiwi delusional comments. 
Ou saSUE  of the clan hatter is as delusional as ever belly laugh emoticon
If Cloudy cooks a mean boils saSUE  sure smokes a mean pipe - stoned he is! smiley smoking a bong emoticon



sasuke uchiha

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 19:03:08
@beeno1 aka storminged,

brother benno - "The first lesson for these arrogant pompous abs is rather to let other people say these things about them rather than blowing their trumpets in this most unfortunate and delusional way."

excerpt from article - "A reporter from London's Daily Telegraph took a note of written messages on the walls of the room at the New Zealand team's London hotel shortly before the players and coaches used it for a debrief meeting."

im willing to wager brother beeno wont connect the dots

LMFAO, :D:silly::woot:


Beeno1

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 13, 2013, 22:38:00
 Brother saSUE its clear they want the world to know as how come they let a reporter see all this?

Beeno connecting the dots and seeing deep into the dark soul of the wee abs - and fans




hakwa

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 14, 2013, 00:32:32
 All of a sudden I feel guilty for being  Number One in the world and for winning the 2015 RWC again :P


Cloudy

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 14, 2013, 00:51:16
Isn't it funny how things get misconstrued from a sneaky reporter reading pumped up messages on a board to every AB telling the world they are number one.  As if we have to tell people, the record stands for itself.  It's just that some wee minds can't accept the truth.  Cloudy giving clarity to why the wee beenos and wee rednecks are in denial.


sasuke uchiha

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RE: English Media expose the AIGs
November 14, 2013, 17:54:08
@beeno1 aka storminged,

beeno - "Brother saSUE its clear they want the world to know as how come they let a reporter see all this?"

title of article posted by beeno - All Blacks exposed: English journalist infiltrates camp ahead of Test against England

like i said brother beeno, i was more then willing to place a wager that u wouldnt be able to connect the dots,
LMFAO, :D:silly::woot:


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