Meyer must have Plan B

2014-11-11 12:55
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It looks like HM is infatuated with ineffectual players and tactics, the moment HM forced the Boks to run the ball no matter the cost things went phenomenally our way. HM has now reverted to those old obsolete tactics again of kicking and hoping, Hougaart was always going to melt down sooner or later like most of HM's Bulls selections. Reinach is the only answer, he may have been average in this game but at least he didn't fumble the ball like a bloated blue clown. HM has to at least have a contingency plan if the paw paw hits the fan, the Boks have to at the very least regroup in such times and commit to something meaningful. In the second half they should have had a clear objective, work as a team and churn out relentless phases until a gap or proper opportunity presented itself in the irish defense. Something, anything but the Boks just carried on wondering around lost and dazed.

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