NZ, the Brazil of World Rugby

NZ, the Brazil of World Rugby

Post by Ferdi Greyli » Sat, 24 Apr 1999 04:00:00



<<>Laurie Mains is not the sort of man that says stuff like that for
no

Quote:
>reason. >>

He is a whiner.

And besides does not have the guts to back up allegations with "facts"
he alleges he has but refuses to show to anyone.

 
 
 

NZ, the Brazil of World Rugby

Post by Brendon Josep » Sat, 24 Apr 1999 04:00:00

Well I suppose you'll have to blame the All Black's 5-0 drubbing in the
Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup last year on your own dietician and chef as
some of the games were in NZ !

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>> NZ's that still go on about something that was never even proven are bad
>> sports and childish and narrow minded gits that have extremely short
>> memories.

>> Why don't you ever bother to mention a tour to NZ where SA players had to
>> sleep on the likes of squash courts, be gaurded by police dogs and get
>> treated like second class citizens by demonstrators. In the final match
they
>> had to endure some pillock in an aircraft dive bombing them and ended up
>> loosing the match by a last minute penalty in very similar style.

>> Let it be known there was no whinging and the loss was not blamed on
other
>> circumstances besides loosing to a team that scored more points so why
don't
>> you lot look at the bigger picture and shut up for good.

>Ah, all true Brendon, but the real question is.. was your Marmite
>spiked, eh?


 
 
 

NZ, the Brazil of World Rugby

Post by The Elson » Sun, 25 Apr 1999 04:00:00

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><<>This is so boring.  Its been dredged up about 1,000 times on this
>ng since
>>1995.  Give it a rest.  The only conclusion we can come to is that SAn's
>>think its ***and we think they were crook (whether or not by hook).  So
>>who is right?  You or Nick?>>>

>Him. Not Nick.

You damn well know it was a rhetorical question and personally I don't think
"him" is right.  But what do I know - probably about as much as you I think.

Tony

 
 
 

NZ, the Brazil of World Rugby

Post by Brian Devereu » Sun, 25 Apr 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

> NZ's that still go on about something that was never even proven are bad
> sports and childish and narrow minded gits that have extremely short
> memories.

> Why don't you ever bother to mention a tour to NZ where SA players had to
> sleep on the likes of squash courts, be gaurded by police dogs and get
> treated like second class citizens by demonstrators. In the final match they
> had to endure some pillock in an aircraft dive bombing them and ended up
> loosing the match by a last minute penalty in very similar style.

> Let it be known there was no whinging and the loss was not blamed on other
> circumstances besides loosing to a team that scored more points so why don't
> you lot look at the bigger picture and shut up for good.

Ah, all true Brendon, but the real question is.. was your Marmite
spiked, eh?
 
 
 

NZ, the Brazil of World Rugby

Post by Bolli » Sun, 25 Apr 1999 04:00:00

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>Let it be known there was no whinging and the loss was not blamed on other
>circumstances besides loosing to a team that scored more points so why don't
>you lot look at the bigger picture and shut up for good.

Although this was 1981 and if my memory serves me correctly there was an uproar
at the end of the "flourbomb test" by the boneheads. More to do with Clive
Norling playing enough extra time to allow Hewson a chance to avenge himself.

But you wont find me complaining.