dust ups?

dust ups?

Post by Bryce Burrow » Fri, 13 Jun 2003 21:41:58


What do you reckon the odds of a good old fashioned dust up are going to
be this weekend in the NZ-England game
the Wales-Oz game
and the
Tafs - Japies game?
--
Bryce Burrows
 
 
 

dust ups?

Post by ROCK » Fri, 13 Jun 2003 22:00:59


Quote:
> What do you reckon the odds of a good old fashioned dust up are going to
> be this weekend in the NZ-England game
> the Wales-Oz game
> and the
> Tafs - Japies game?
> --
> Bryce Burrows

I reckon there will be a bit of Biffo in Wellington Bryce ... neither pack
will want to take a backward step.
Cant wait for this game actually ...

Cheers

Paul

 
 
 

dust ups?

Post by Steve Parret » Sat, 14 Jun 2003 01:04:25


Quote:
> What do you reckon the odds of a good old fashioned dust up are going to
> be this weekend in the NZ-England game
> the Wales-Oz game
> and the
> Tafs - Japies game?
> --
> Bryce Burrows

NZ-England?  I don't think there'll be any time for biffo.

--
Regards

Steve

 
 
 

dust ups?

Post by Dave » Sat, 14 Jun 2003 02:06:01


Quote:
> What do you reckon the odds of a good old fashioned dust up are going to
> be this weekend in the NZ-England game
> the Wales-Oz game
> and the
> Tafs - Japies game?
> --

The Wales players are more likely to have a fight with their management and
then amongst themselves.

Dave

 
 
 

dust ups?

Post by Mr Sceb » Sat, 14 Jun 2003 04:33:29


Quote:
> What do you reckon the odds of a good old fashioned dust up are going to
> be this weekend in the NZ-England game

Absolutely - the Poms will start one within the first five minutes, like
they always do. It's a ritual that they have brought into their game since
the 80's as they want to show the AB's that they don't "fear" them anymore.

In fact i recall a number of Poms got all worked up over***erill's
"standing up to the haka" as some macho outpouring that "proved" the Poms
were the AB's equal. That was before the match. Afterwards they did a lap of
"honour" when they were beaten. Go figure.

Quote:
> the Wales-Oz game
> and the
> Tafs - Japies game?

So the Leekeaters are playing twice this weekend? ;) <C- must try harder>

--
Mr Scebe
Losers always whine about their 'best'.
Winners go home and *** the prom queen".
~Sean Connery in "The Rock"

 
 
 

dust ups?

Post by Andrew Mui » Sat, 14 Jun 2003 05:53:57


Quote:
> What do you reckon the odds of a good old fashioned dust up are going to
> be this weekend in the NZ-England game
> the Wales-Oz game
> and the
> Tafs - Japies game?
> --
> Bryce Burrows

Hadn't thought of that, but it's a possibility.  Especially if the All
Blacks achieve parity in the forwards and things are going nowhere
fast...potentially either side could get frustrated enough.  Test match
nerves, and all that.

Can't really speculate as to the others.  'Sides, I'm already ashamed that I
tipped the All Blacks to lose Saturday...

Andrew Muir

 
 
 

dust ups?

Post by Bulld » Sat, 14 Jun 2003 10:32:33

Quote:

> Absolutely - the Poms will start one within the first five minutes, like
> they always do. It's a ritual that they have brought into their game since
> the 80's as they want to show the AB's that they don't "fear" them anymore.

At the risk of repeating myself you really know *** all about rugby
don't you ? That pile of shite confirms that you certainly never watch
England so we can discount each and every one of your childish
postings.
 
 
 

dust ups?

Post by Ali » Sat, 14 Jun 2003 17:06:33

Quote:
> In fact i recall a number of Poms got all worked up over***erill's
> "standing up to the haka" as some macho outpouring that "proved" the Poms
> were the AB's equal. That was before the match. Afterwards they did a lap
of
> "honour" when they were beaten. Go figure.

Your re-collection is a bit screwed isn't it, there were alot of pissed off
NZ'ers after that, having showed disrespect to the ha ka.

In answer to the original thread I can see leonard giving out a slap or a
dig in the scrum, just to show who the daddy is.

A