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Meyer mustn't drop Lambie

2012-11-12 12:13
Patrick Lambie (Gallo Images)
Lambie is by far the most composed out of all the other players that have tried the no.10 jersey (or for a lot of the other players as well for that matter - I believe he carries qualities of a captain, but that's a separate issue), don't you think? His performance was great given the pressure he was under, to perform.

He has BMT (big match temperament - look at the final against WP) that is damn well admirable - especially for such a young guy. He is young yes, but give him more time in the position, LET him grow... as greatness is inevitable for Patrick Lambie.

I mean seriously, how can you expect to harvest a good crop of veggies that has been growing for a week?

Heyneke Meyer's impatience will be the death of Lambie's chances to be our no. 10 or worse off, Springbok rugby's chance to be the no.1 side in the world.
 

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