Advice to Meyer

2012-06-26 10:34
Heyneke Meyer (Gallo Images)
I feel these are a few valid points Heyneke Meyer could learn from.

1. Our play is one-dimensional and we need a more adventurous, exciting, perspective. You won't get it by kicking the ball into opposition hands.                                               

2. We need strong, but mobile forwards. Beast and Jannie are too slow.                                                                                                                                                         

3. The scrumhalf takes too long to redistribute the ball from broken play. He waits for his backline to come back from the last breakdown, but by then we have lost the      advantage of their defense being out of position.                                                                                                                                                                                           

4. From our own 25 the ball should always be kicked OUT properly! Play safe and restart from a better position.           

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