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I wonder if Big Bad Phill's suffering from some sort of twisted Stockholm syndrome, in which his old functional brain was taken 'captive' by a big fat illegal hit and some additional cheap shots sprinkled on top.
Hala'ufia has been an absolute liability for a long time and I'm surprised he still has a professional contract.
5 Months, 1 Week ago
Allowing him back on after the 2nd knock was nothing short of an absolute pi** take... unbelievable
8 Months, 1 Day ago
Completely legitimate tackle; the hit was at chest-height and Billy Twelvetrees dropped like a sack of spuds
The only thing Twelvetrees was contesting was that he thought it could've been a knock-on in the tackle
1 Year, 1 Month ago
All I have to say here is summed up perfectly by this story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-23943642
It can only take one more knock to the head before he ends up brain damaged or even dead
After all that has happened in the NFL, it cannot go on like this, and I fail to understand how a severely concussed player is of more value to a coach and their team during a game than a fresh, fit international replacement (Gaël Fickou)...?
Just can't make sense of any of it
1 Year, 5 Months ago
I think you're reading into it a little too much haha, he's a lock and therefore is unlikely to possess any sort of coordination with his feet!
2 Years, 5 Months ago
Cockerill was complaining that Botha jumped into the tackle, which is dangerous indeed, but I cannot see anything along those lines happening here
It was no different from a player diving through/past a defender to the tryline (which, I suppose is what Botha tried, but somehow managed to misjudge how long his arms were...)
2 Years, 6 Months ago
The Boks with their sheer physicality will be a match for anyone. I thought they'd slipped away after their 2007 triumph, but I have been proven very wrong. Quality squad with a good mentality, I think they might just nab this!
3 Years, 3 Months ago
Carter would be my 10, not just because of his ability and classy skill-set, but because of his tremendous work ethic and the fact that he is a real down-to-Earth and humble guy. He has constantly practised from a young age in order to become the best, and he sets a great example to people in every walk of life. He edges the likes of Quade Cooper and Carlos Spencer because of his outstanding consistency; when you pick the guy to play, you know what you're going to get. Dan Carter will forever be heralded as one of the greatest rugby players to ever have played the game.
Oh yeah, and the guy defies the laws of physics - http://www.rugbydump.com/2008/07/631/midweek-madness-the-dan-carter-freak-conversion
3 Years, 3 Months ago