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How good was the ref and AB selectors.

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Back to our shellacking best. One for the true believers. Occasionally Oz gets close and everyone loses the faith but the real Kiwis stick. 

I do hope Oz gets better or it’s going to be bugger all excitement. Plus all their fair weather fans will drop off. 

Great stuff by the ABs. Some stars Coles Leinert Brown Whitelock Barrett’s and of course Mohunga. 

Always going to be tough for Wally’s with new 12 and 10. 

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Aussie fans have already dropped off. The ground was only half full.

The game showed Aussies have no depth. Conner back at 1st five in final test should help them.

Coles "try" was a fair try all day. Aussie TMO rules it out. Was he cheating?? Trump hasn't said a word.

 

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How slow is Perenara? Perhaps now the Slow Coach Foster will realise that Perenara is good for the Haka and fuck all else!  Brad Weber should go overseas and make Foster and his arrogant selectors realise what they are missing on field. Good on the Wallabies - they out muscled the AB’s! Who would have thought? 

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Since the game was invented the three golden rules have never changed.

1) For a test you field your best available team

2) Never change a winning combination

3) Never underestimate your opposition.

 

For some strange reason all our coaches have to learn the hard way and history shows us this will never change.         

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On 11/8/2020 at 4:28 AM, eljay said:

Since the game was invented the three golden rules have never changed.

1) For a test you field your best available team

2) Never change a winning combination

3) Never underestimate your opposition.

 

For some strange reason all our coaches have to learn the hard way and history shows us this will never change.         

Especially against the Wallabies. Aussies can live with a loss against NH sides but they hate like hell getting beaten by the AB’s. They don’t sleep for days when they lose! They knew they had a good record in Brisbane and they picked their best side and played with passion and aggression. How Brad Weber does not get a start ahead of TJP is a mystery. He is much quicker with his delivery and altho TJP is still a very good half back, Weber is like a Jack Russell from the base of the scrum and his passing is electric. Foster has not started well and only has a 50% winning rate. Kiwis will soon call for his scalp if losses continue.

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