October 7, 2007 at 2:01 am #13230
It is refreshing to see that this site has not descended into the blame everybody else circle jerk that some others have.
My take on this is…….
reproduced with my permission from my blog.
So many voices in my head right now trying to crystalise into a single voice to put down what I want to write.
England v Australia.
England were rubbish… except…….. In the forwards.
Every time the ball got past the halfback the passing descended to primary school quality. Luckily the Australians were worse.
Watching Latham and co cry like little girls after the game was almost as good as watching them do the same thing after the final in 2003.
Only two elements to cause sadness in that game;
1. I will never see Gregan play test football again, even going backwards today he was still class. Has there ever been a better half back than George Gregan?
2. There is some honour in England losing a semi to the All Blacks, there is none in Losing to the Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys.
The other game.
New Zealand started well, the backs were fast and the passing was crisp. Even Anton Oliver seems to have improved since his suicide attempt mid week* (Explanation at bottom of page). Ali Williams played well as did Guinness Collins.
The problem seems to be lack of ideas,when the heat comes on they always become chocolate soldiers.
I feel sorry for Graham Henry and hope he is not subjected to the same treatment John Hart got from the feral f**ktards in Christchurch when he comes home.
In conclusion we can now confidently claim this All Black team to be the ABSOLUTE WORST IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD CUP.
The beast Clarke and her pretend husband pictured at the end was a nice touch as she beamed her evil smile for every voter to see her enjoying our worst sporting debacle since the day before time began… Let hope the sheeple remember this at lolly scramble time.
Parting shot………. Grant Fox, you are still a whiny little w**ker. Stop blaming everybody else you sulky girly man.
My deepest commiserations to TV3.
* Anton Oliver.
Yes, he attempted suicide this week.
He threw himself in front of a bus in downtown Cardiff, luckily he missed by twenty feet…………………
i have included a photo of the team warming down on the blog, not sure our generous hosts would appreciate my copying it to here!!
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