Bakkies doubtful for Newlands

2011-06-06 08:52

J.J. Harmse

Pretoria - Bakkies Botha has a knee injury and may not play for the Bulls in Saturday’s Super Rugby match against the Stormers at Newlands.

The 32-year-old Springbok lock will play his 100th game for the Bulls if he travels to the Cape, but his lock partner and captain, Victor Matfield, revealed that Botha was struggling with a sore knee.

"I don't know whether Bakkies will make it," said Matfield when asked about his team-mate's upcoming milestone.

Botha did not appear to be struggling with the knee injury against the Waratahs on Friday night, but Sport24 understands that it's a chronic injury and flares up every now and then. This was confirmed by Bulls team doctor Org Strauss.

"Yes, it's an old injury, but I believe we'll be able to get him on the field. Zane Kirchner and Gary Botha are also struggling with a sore shoulder and knee respectively, but I'm confident they will be fit," said Strauss.

Botha will have mixed feelings about his 100th game if he travels to the Cape.

He was captain last year when the Bulls took on the Stormers with a so-called B team. The Bulls got a proper hiding and Botha made himself unpopular by launching into Gio Aplon at a ruck.

He was cited and suspended, which meant that he could not play in the semi-final and final of the Bulls' 2010 triumph.

The Bulls will certainly be keeping fingers crossed that their bruiser will be on the flight with them.

Notwithstanding the sore knee, Botha's form has improved as the season has progressed and he's playing excellent rugby at present.

Botha's statistics show that, apart from his good lineout play and support in the tight loose, he is also doing his bit in ensuring turnover possession, is winning a lot of territory as ball-carrier and making important tackles.

There was always the danger that Botha would not return the same player after all his disciplinary problems in 2010, but to date he has behaved well.

He was cited after the Bulls' last game against the Stormers at Loftus Versfeld for an alleged illegal tackle on Dewaldt Duvenage, but was found not guilty.

His physical presence will be important against the Stormers, who have showed this year that they are shaving with twin blades. The Cape side even won the collisions in the last meeting between the sides.

However, the Bulls' pack has been performing well as a unit in recent weeks and dominated the Sharks and Cheetahs up front.

They were also in control against the Waratahs' strong pack before uncontested scrums reduced the game to a joke.

Bulls coach Frans Ludeke said afterwards that consideration should be given to an additional prop on the substitutes bench.

"We were definitely taking control, but lost momentum when their second prop was also injured as we could not dominate them there anymore."


  • gooinat - 2011-06-06 09:05

    Bakkies is scared Elstadt is going to manshame him again like he did at Moftus,so the excuses begin.

      molefeP - 2011-06-06 09:12

      Gooinat, Elstad is one of my favorite up and comming's. But beware. The man looses it very quickly under provocation. He could easily cost you guys points if somebody plays on his emotions.

      evereadydude - 2011-06-06 09:28

      I heard Bakkies hurt his knee while he was having a Pink Drink in the Gay Bar in Sunnyside!!

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 09:52

      @evergaydude dan sal hy mos nou juis tuis voel by julle vroumense in slaapstad?

      MaestroX - 2011-06-06 10:47

      As much as I hate having to watch my team play against him, Bakkies is a threat to any team in the world. Lately he has upped his game and is playing a good game. There is definately a fear factor about him, as for him being scared of Elstadt, hmmm as much of a fan I am of Elstadt and the Stormers, what does he weigh? 105-110kg? 6 foot 3 vs Bakkies??? I think Bakkies is scared of no one end of story. Its going to be a cracker of a game, that is for sure!!

      Xavier - 2011-06-06 10:52

      @gooinat don't be jealous about Bakkies, jealousy makes you nasty

      MauV - 2011-06-06 12:38

      Hey d stormers d ouens wat in babablou truie speel en liefling vir andr mans sing? En as ek so na julle lieflinge se haarstyle kyk wonder ek bietji...

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 14:07

      @mauV Kan ons nie maar vergeet en vergewe?

      Disa2011 - 2011-06-07 07:29

      @evereadydude - so how do you know about pink drinks and gay bars in sunnyside? You the private lap dancer for Bakkies?

  • molefeP - 2011-06-06 09:11

    No big loss, play Danie in his stead. Bakkies's game has been off for a while now.

      Hannes van der Linde - 2011-06-06 09:17

      I reckon Danie as a better option as well

      gooinat - 2011-06-06 09:29

      I would start Danie anytime before most locks in this country,the man is having a great season.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-06-06 09:32

      I agree. Danie is far more of a physical threat than Bakkies.

      Howzitekse - 2011-06-06 20:04

      I just hope the ref is not from SA and is worthy of the contest.

  • Gorilla - 2011-06-06 09:14

    Bakkies "headbutt" Botha should not be playing rugby after his diabolical attack on Cowan.

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 09:22

      And so the sissies from the Stormers start their usual we hate Bakkies charade. If Bakkies is there, he will monster all those overhyped forwards of the Stormers, and if he isnt, leave it to Rossouw and van der Merwe. It will be epic.

      Dan Steel - 2011-06-06 09:29

      I notice that "extreme provocation" is an excuse for Antipodian players to use violence. Why don't you extend that to Bakkies as well? Cowan was not an innocent little angel in that altercation.

      thumper - 2011-06-06 09:37

      I actually hope Bakkies is playing. He is much less of a threat than Rossouw. Those sissie Stormers hurt the Bulls at Loftus and they can expect the same punishment at Newlands no matter which 15 take the field. So Zip it!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-06-06 09:39

      Morning Zipster.....I expect the Bulls forwards to be far more physical than what they were at Roftus earlier in the season (we all know that didn't end well for them) BUT: they will be eye of the tiger this Saturday - guaranteed, as revenge will be first and foremost in their minds. Do you think Spies gets jealous when he sees players like Duane and Schalk bleeding week in and week out? Has he EVER bled on a rugga field, or had a rugby related injury before - serious question? Looking forward to see Spies in action at Newlands. PS: I must give Deon Stegmann credit for his physicality and massive work-rate - dead serious. He really gets through plensch work, and isn't scared of the physical 'stuff'. I have never been a fan, but I am starting to see why some chaps really rate him.

      Gorilla - 2011-06-06 09:42

      Before all the Blue Bulls numbnuts get all defensive about Headbutt Botha, tell me how is pulling someones jersey a plausible excuse for running someone down and planting a 3 inch thick forehead into the back of someones cranium? Whichever way you look at it it's monumentally dumb and inexcusable. I have been a huge Bakkies fan, but after that I lost all respect for the man. Secondly, how do people like Zip23 assume I am a Stormers fan?? Is it because I can spell and string more than two sentences together? And lastly, Bakkies is way off his game, adds nothing to am aging Bok pack and we have at least 4 better locks currently fit and playing better rugby than Bakkies - he brings nothing to the party, will more than likely spend a lot of time in the bin and cost the Boks critical points. Whether he is right or (more than likely) wrong, the refs will not give him the benefit of the doubt - he is guilty on reputation.

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 09:44

      Morning SAFster....hope after Pierre monsters both Duane and Louw youll give the guy some credit. He wont monster Schalk, cause you cant monster a monster. But we also have some of those, cant wait for the game to start.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-06-06 09:50

      @Zip23 - I will give Spies credit when I see him USE his 'supposed' superior physical strength to do something other than bench press 160kg's. Rugby just seems too 'hard' for him. Tis not only my opinion mate - chat to quite a few Bulls fans and they will say exactly the same thing.... That said: how about a wager? Bulls win, us Southern soldiers make a donation to the Chris Burger/Petro Jackson fund. Stormers win, you guys make the donation. Money where our mouths are time?

      sparkster - 2011-06-06 09:51

      ZIP23..."after Pierre monsters both Duane and Louw youll give the guy some credit."Are you high??The soft ball has not been able to monster anyone all season.When he gets the ball now the crowd shout "POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOF"

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 10:01

      SAFFA, dont mind making a donation either way. What would be more fun is if the Bulls win, you have to say something nice about the Bulls for a week on each and every post you make. And vice versa.

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 10:08

      Ja soos 'n ou (Schalk) wat mense se oe uitkrap of sonderarms duik (Butch) is Bakkies nie onskuldig nie... Die verskil is die daar is niemand beter as Bakkies nie... Maar baie spelers is beter as Schalk/Butch... Dink byvoorbeeld net aan Heinrich of Mr J Strauss... 'n halwe Bakkies is en sal altyd beter wees as enige slot wat van die wynsuipersparadys kom... Deal with it

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-06-06 10:12

      Deal @Zip23. And all I have to do is say something nice about the Bulls for a week? And vice-versa? And we make a donation to the fund as an extra. Handshake - done and dusted.

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 10:17

      SAFFA, its a deal. There is nothing I dread more than saying nice thing about the Stormers.

      Xavier - 2011-06-06 10:53

      @gorilla shame, cry me a river

      PJ - 2011-06-06 13:36

      Ou FRIKKIE die verskil is Schalk bly nou uit die moeilikheid uit maar Bakkies is useless as hy nie klein outjies bully nie.Bakkies is n rubbish en klaar.Hoe gouer hy waai uit SA hoe beter.

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 14:09

      @PJ Jy klink nou soos oom Bob Mugabena... Wil jy bakkies se plaas ook vat as hy uit die land is?

      GraemeBB - 2011-06-06 20:27

      @Gorilla - then niether should Schalk after the Lions game, Mealamu etc. Thanks for posting, but you are an idiot.

      PJ - 2011-06-07 02:51

      FRIKKIE jy is nie baie slim nie nê?Hoe bring jy die plaas hierby in?Anyway nee dankie n plaas veral daar bo wil ek nie eers verniet hê nie vat jy hom maar.Kyk hoe sukkel Alwyn/Zapman op sy wildplaas om sy boerbokke uit die hoofpad te hou en dan onderteel die goed ook nog met die locals se skape.

  • WPBEFONK - 2011-06-06 09:18

    Bakkies is a THUG, so we don't care. In any case he is scared of Rynhardt Elstad!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 09:30

      Yes WPBEFONK, one of the best and most physical locks in world rugby is intimidated by a wet behind the ears lock that isnt there because he is that good, but rather a testament to how weak the Stormers is at 4 and 5. But Saturday we will all see how afraid Botha is of Elstad.

      Shistirrer - 2011-06-06 09:35

      Zip23, after this chirp of yours it's evident that the "zip" in your name refers to your knowledge of rugby.

      thumper - 2011-06-06 09:38

      Once again...Zip it!! Try to remember what Elstadt did to Bakkies in the previous encounter you tosser!

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 09:52

      WPBEFONK, and your two sidekicks Shistirrer and thumper, boys, read my post again, if this does not happen on saturday, I will apologise to all of you. I am not in primary school, so your little chirps dont really bother me. Aint it funny that its only you supporters down south in the whole world that dont rate Bakkies. Even Os said last week that Bakkies is one of the first guys hed pick for the WC, but I guess he doesnt know what he is talking about. But I am the one being called a tosser.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-06-06 09:58

      @Zip23 - The Stormers WEAK at 4 and 5? Surely you jest........Does the name Andries Bekker mean anything to you?

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 09:59

      Wie is reinhard halstead?

      thumper - 2011-06-06 10:01

      Actually Zip it, I'm in the North and its not that I don't rate Bakkies. I just think he's past his best and Elstadt is a youngster that made him eat grass at Loftus so your idiotic "wet behind the ears" comment is a joke.

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 10:10

      SAFFA, going into a super campaign with the only really good lock being Bekker, you went in weak in those positions. Youve been lucky that Elstad did well, if any of the two are injured, you have real problems. That is what I said.

      Shistirrer - 2011-06-06 10:17

      Zippie, we do rate Bakkies. Just not very highly.

      bullincapeto - 2011-06-06 10:33

      And eye gouging in the first five minutes of a B and I Lions test by Burger, so according to your vast experience a head but is infinitly worse than an eye gouge?????

      Krugga - 2011-06-06 10:36

      What, Bakkies scared of Elstad!? I have never seen a rugby player with a smaller head than Elstadt, the last remaining Homo-Erectus. Seriously, check it out. The man has the weirdest facial expression (only one) - nothing there. I think his brain is under developed. I agree, just taunt him a bit and he'll be sent off, no emotional intelligence.

      sparkster - 2011-06-06 10:47

      Krugga...let me try educate you on something.The last 2 incidents where Bakkie has been sited was for foul play on 2 scrum-halves !!Tough Guy !!!! We all know what would happen if he tried that on Elstad.Elstad will hit him so hard he will pick up a speeding fine in Pretoria.Real men come from the Cape and if you dont believe me....ask your wife

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 11:05

      @Vaakster HAHAHAHAHA Net omdat jy goeie maniere het en vir jou man die deur oopmaak beteken nie noodwendig jy is 'n man nie...

      Krugga - 2011-06-06 11:19

      Hehehe... @Spakster, you seem to lack some emosional intelligence yourself. Dont cry dude. I'll remind you again about Elsie. Funny you should talk about real men, you always came across as a bit of a poefter, but I dont hold it against you. Like they say: While in Rome...

      Carl Muller - 2011-06-06 11:47

      You are what your name say about you...

      TheWizard - 2011-06-07 07:45

      Rynhardt who?????

  • Jan - 2011-06-06 09:23

    Damm, but you boys are affraid of Bakkies!!!!!!!!!!!! there will be some manshame .... the Bulls Team will eat the Stormers for lunch!!

      Neo - 2011-06-06 09:41

      Of course the Stormers are afraid of Bakkies ... hulle is nie daai tiepe meisies nie! Bakkies het vir Cowan van agter gekap...

      sparkster - 2011-06-06 09:41

      Jan, i would have preferred if Bakkies had of played.I think Danie add much more value to the side the Bakkies.So having Danie on the bench is a bonus for us.No player is scared of you Bakkie Boy.They know that you rattle his cage he will do something stupid and be sent off.

      Gazza69 - 2011-06-06 09:43

      Shame Jan, you have probably never stepped outside of Pretoria.....

      Zip23 - 2011-06-06 09:53

      Nice one SAFFA, very grown up chirp. You trying to give Wynand a go?

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 09:57

      @Neo Ja julle hou mos van mans wie se hare gedoen en naals geverf is... Mr Olivier (beste senter in die land) vat jou ysteronderbroek saam...

      Hannes van der Linde - 2011-06-06 10:22

      Saf, now that was funny!!!! :)

      DeonL - 2011-06-06 10:42

      It is make or brake for the Bulls. A few years ago thy had to add +70 points against the Stormers, they did it, but this is a different Stormers team. Stormers should win.

      PJ - 2011-06-06 13:34

      Lekker ou Jan en ruk daai ou riem dat jy self bewe nr ou grote!?Shame man is jy baie opgewonde?

  • JB Photography - 2011-06-06 09:24

    Good news - 15 players for the Bulls on the field.

  • DeonL - 2011-06-06 09:27

    It is a must win for the Bulls, so expect a heavy pack from the bulls. On current form the Stormers should win easy, but the Bulls can never be written off.

      molefeP - 2011-06-06 09:49

      I would never say "win easy". But on paper the Stormers are the favorites. It will all come down to whether the Bulls keep the ball in hand, or the stupidly kick away possesion.

      Rob van den Heuvel - 2011-06-06 12:11

      As a neutral ( neither a WP or a Bull ) supporter, I'm really looking forward to seeing Matfield up against Bekker who I rate as the top #5 in the country. Victor's lineout play has been off all season, his defense is not what it should be and he is often about 5 to 10 seconds behind the general play which seems to be a little too fast for him. Bekker is a great jumper and has excellent all round ability. Watching that 2m+ frame running like a wing with ball in hand at the weekend was great! Bring it on, time to put Victor in his place!

  • Kok - 2011-06-06 09:33

    Ag nee man! Ekt dan nou 'n kaartjie gekoop net om die ou trol te sien bid voor die wedstryd.

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 09:58

      Moet jy nie die koekies bak vir die mense in die losies nie?

      Wolff - 2011-06-06 11:47

      Kok, kry asseblief vir jou 'n ander naam...........o ja, vergeet ek alweer, jy woon mos in Kaapstad, die gay hoofstad van Suid Afrika.

      PJ - 2011-06-07 02:47

      WOLFFIE ja jong jy is reg maar dis beter dat die mense dit daar openlik doen as soos julle naweke in Soweto julle spul vroom voortrekkers van Snorvegas.Geen ouens doodgeskop die naweek na die rugby nie?Waar suip jul klipsitters nou dat Wannenburg en Kurtjie se bar in Hatfield ook sy gat gesien het?

  • Darksyde - 2011-06-06 09:36

    when the bulls and stormers take on each other everything on paper go out the window. its war. form means nothing.previous results mean nothing.who is injured and who isint mean nothing.

  • Gazza69 - 2011-06-06 09:40

    Shame Bakkies, are you scared of Schalk??? You are to used to beating up on the smaller guys......Thug!

      TheDuck - 2011-06-06 14:11

      He doesn’t want his eye gouged.

  • bokfan1 - 2011-06-06 09:46

    One less head-butting w*nker from the bulls. Hang up your boots and call it a day!

      Frikkie - 2011-06-06 09:59

      Ek deel jy gevoel... Al verskil is ek wens dit van jou deelname op die blog...

      bullincapeto - 2011-06-06 10:44

      Where is that eye gouging captain of yours?

      toxicsox - 2011-06-06 10:49

      I agree Head butting is almost up there with eye gouging! Now isn't it Schalk?

      Lance - 2011-06-06 15:39

      They are both W@nkers for what they did. Two wrongs dont make a right. I'd rather we forget both incidents as it just attracts negative attention to South African players. Go Stormers !

  • Hybrid - 2011-06-06 09:55

    Give the guy a break his really trying to be more disciplined. If my memory serves my right he hasn't received any cards or suspensions this year. Everyone keeps hammering on about stuff that has happened in the past

      molefeP - 2011-06-06 10:13

      This is true. I personally belive that as Bakkies get older/slower he gets more and more frustrated. Hence the rough play. But I have to admit, he has been pretty good for the last few games. That said, I will stick to my preference for Danie.

      DeonL - 2011-06-06 10:39

      It was the same with Schalk, he has cooled down a lot since he was made captain.

  • Armchair critic - 2011-06-06 10:18

    Cool it guys, we don't need any of these Springboks injured in Saturdays match between the BB & Stormers. As proud & patriotic you may be about your team, let's keep in mind the bigger picture. I reckon the Wallabies to be the contenders for the WC and not the All Blacks. Anyhow, I hope Saturdays game will be as exciting as everybody expects it to be. Cheers, Sharks fan.

      BAH - 2011-06-06 10:33

      Just remember there is a Tri-Nations in between as well. Still plenty more opportunity for injuries before the WC. They just about do not need to warm up for the first WC game it is so close! Unless we play a really second rate team. Will be interresting to see what the other teams do wrt the 3-nations. I think you are more likely to loose a player to a dodgy red card nowadays! Good luck to the Sharks from a BB fan! May the best team win.

  • benjamin patterson - 2011-06-06 10:55

    Gazza69 and gooinat, everyreadydude,why so scared? these guys are going to play rugby!!! they are not fighting in the boxing ring,i`m sure Bakkies will know what to do.

  • Raka13 - 2011-06-06 11:10

    Is it only me, or was Loftus empty on Friday evening? Probably the weather that kept the Die Hard Supporters away?

      PJ - 2011-06-06 13:31

      Die goed se vrouens laat hul net 1 uitstappie pm toe want die brannas se prys is te hoog.Hul suip klaar die goed met rivierwater soos hul Orlando bondgenote!Onthou meeste vd etters moet nou begin support betaal na hul passies laasjaar in Soweto!Betaal pappa betaal!

      GraemeBB - 2011-06-06 20:31

      Is it only me, or is Newlands being taken over by the SA Crusaders?

      PJ - 2011-06-07 02:45

      Lekker ja ten minste is Nuweland saterdae vol.Waar was al die vaalpensies oom Angus se biddag?

      TheWizard - 2011-06-07 07:50

      @ PJ...Your memory is shorter than your " ...." if you have one that is!!!

  • Benny66 - 2011-06-06 11:28

    Bakkies not playing will be WEEPEE's loss cos he's good for at least 5 penalties and a yellow card.

      TheDuck - 2011-06-06 14:10

      Really? How many panalties and yellow cards has he recieved this season? O right the same number of Super Rugby titles the Stormers have won.

  • Meyer - 2011-06-06 12:15

    I note some chess moves made by both camps to try and make game plan preparations difficult for each other. I won't be surprised if all the big guns are ready to rock and roll on Saturday.

      Rob van den Heuvel - 2011-06-06 15:00

      Methinks Rassie "The Master Tactician" may just have the upper hand on that score. Frans would not know a chess board ( or a tactic for that matter ) if you put one infront of him.

      Zip23 - 2011-06-07 05:43

      @Rob, ever heard the name Heyneke Meyer?

      Rob van den Heuvel - 2011-06-07 08:10

      Heyneke Meyer did wonders for the Bulls. Took them from a dismal couple of seasons 2002 and 2003 to champions. Ludeke taken them back a bit, signs started to show around the beginning of last years currie cup.

  • ZAPMAN - 2011-06-06 12:49

    We are used to playing without Bakkies because of all the victimisation he had do endure with suspensions over the last few years

      wpisbo - 2011-06-06 13:09

      Zapman, I am so surprised with your comment...just waiting for your brain dead mates Lloyd, spierplesier etc to join in. After the weekend, we will be rid of you all for a while.

      ZAPMAN - 2011-06-06 13:17

      Why?,are you going away after the game?,

      PJ - 2011-06-06 13:27

      Hey kanaalbarber ek wou sê ek sal jou hier kry.Terwyl jy hier sit en tos gesels loop jou boerbokke op die teerpad rond.Gaan ja die goed aan kraal toe man en laat Lloyd help.Sê my barber wat doen julle as daar nie rugby aan is nie,ek bedoel nou sonder die gewone riemruksessies agter die kraalmuur?

      ZAPMAN - 2011-06-06 13:34

      mmmm PJ laat ek sien,, O ek lees jou common comments op news 24,en ek het foon seks met jou ma so 4 keer n dag.Hoe gaan dit vandag met jou in Fort Napier? sien hulle laat jou nou al darem toe om te comment,moet net nie jou breintjie weer ooreis nie,jy weet wat laas week gebeur het toe jy heeldag in jou hol gegrou het,Sterkte vorentoe

      gnus wakker - 2011-06-06 15:33

      Jis jis al julle klomp bosotters, (sorry, so bietjie van topic af) Ek het gou 'n vragie as iemand my kan help of net kan "confirm' Nou hierdie is slegs 'n Ja/Nee vraag, geen opstelle nie asseblief. Ek het bietjie navorsing gaan doen oor doe laaste dekade se Vodacom, Curriebeker, en Super bekers. Ek sien almal het erens iets gewen, Lions het 'n paar Vodacoms, selfs Griekwas, Haaie het 'n paar Curriebekers, dieselfde vir die Cheetahs en dan natuurlik die Bulls, totaal oorheersend, 3 Supers, 5 1/2 Curriebekers, klomp Vodacoms. Maar is dit moontlik, en dis my vraag (slegs Ja/Nee) dat die Stormers/WP geen, absoluut zero gewen het. Maw, hulle het nog nooit die Vodacom gewen nie, nog nooit die Super gewen nie, en 'n dekade laas die Curriebeker. So 3 kompetisies per jaar = 30 probeerslae vir 'n beker in 'n dekade, WP= 0/30, ja, zero uit dertig. Is dit rerig moontlik??? Kan 'n span wat so horibaal pateties is se ondersteuners se bekke so groot wees? (net Ja/Nee asseblief outjies)

      Stormer4eva - 2011-06-06 17:14

      gnus wakker: Ja / Nee , OK Ja jy is n stupid idiot !!!!!!

      Die Spier - 2011-06-06 18:12

      SAFFA, GOOINAT, WATALIFE, WPBEFONK Pappa is lus om homself bietjie in 'n duodenale atresie in te lag. Gooi ons bietjiie met een van daai aardskuddende intelligente posts van julle. Of laat ons bietjie weet watter verskoning julle Son gaan gebruik nadat julle 22-12 teen die bulls geslag is. Die ref een is bietjie holrug gery, van 2001 af a

      Die Spier - 2011-06-06 21:04

      Stormer4eva Ek weet die fetale alkohol sindroom is nie 'n grap nie, maar probeer asb net die vragie antwoord. Is dit so dat julle rekord 0/30 is: 1 vir ja, 2 vir nee (as dit dinge vir jou breintjie bietjie makliker maak)

      Die Spier - 2011-06-06 21:59

      Hi Stometjies Pappa wil nou nie vir julle aan onnodige angs blootstel nie, julle is regtig al deur genoeg die laaste 11 jaar. Ek meen ek wens dit nie aan my ergste vyand toe wat julle die laaste dekade moes deurmaak nie. My informant by die bulle het nou net ongelukkig vir my die span vir Nuweland bekend gemaak. Ek weet dit sal tot erge nagmerries en valstand aspirasie aanleiding gee, maar eerder nou dat julle dit kan verteer. Onthou die valstanne uit as julle bedjie toe gaan: 15) vd Heever 14) Basson 13) Dippenaar 12) WO 11) Hougaard 10 morne 9) Fourie 8) Yster Spies 7) Danie 6) Flippie 5)Bakkies 4) Victor 3) Greyling 2) Oupa Gary 1) CJ killer Ai, dit gaan seer wees, ek weet!

  • Marius Swart - 2011-06-06 12:55

    @Stormers.Ek lees nou wat julle hier se en wil ek net een ding se.Saterdag sal al die antwoorde gee wat ons soek want om n' speler soos Bakkies af te skryf doen hom net goed.Elstadt het dalk op loftus sy tweestryd gewen met Bakkies maar WP se pak het gewen en het dit hom op voorvoet geplaas.As WP saterdag wen sal ek die eerste wees wat erken julle kan die S15 wen maar ongelukkig weet ons wat gebeur met al julle sterre as die druk op is,hulle verloor in Semi of Finaal.Hoop maar hulle wen nie saterdag die Bulle nie want anders gaan hulle vasval in die volgende 4 weke want hul ondersteuners(dit is nou al julle stormer kenners) gaan hulle laat glo hulle moet dan net opdaag en sal dan wen.

  • PJ - 2011-06-06 13:24

    Bakkies het n riemrukelmboog.Wanneer toets hul weer vir bloedklont Spies n slag?

      Marius Swart - 2011-06-06 15:02

      PJ jy kan regtig nie so commin wees soos al jou dinge wat jy kwyt raak nie of werk jy vir die website en soek reaksie by al die mense wat eintlik net wil rugby praat.Asb as Blou bul ondersteuner vra ek mooi gaan lees berigte oor jou eie span en lewer jou kommentaar daar waar mense omgee wat jy se.Sterkte vir jou stormer span want hulle gaan dit nodig he saterdag.

  • Abergale - 2011-06-06 13:29

    wow nw I feel even more unhappy for not being able to be at the game on Saturday.Bakkies is my star player and no matter wat people say about him I just love to watch him in action and I say if you can handle the heat then get out of the kitchen.he is playing rugby ,a game that are'nt for sussies.Congrats Bakkies I just hope you get well soon in order for you to get to play your 100th game.

  • Piet Vark - 2011-06-06 14:38

    Wp mofgatte

  • gnus wakker - 2011-06-06 15:29

    Jis jis al julle klomp bosotters, (sorry, so bietjie van topic af) Ek het gou 'n vragie as iemand my kan help of net kan "confirm' Nou hierdie is slegs 'n Ja/Nee vraag, geen opstelle nie asseblief. Ek het bietjie navorsing gaan doen oor doe laaste dekade se Vodacom, Curriebeker, en Super bekers. Ek sien almal het erens iets gewen, Lions het 'n paar Vodacoms, selfs Griekwas, Haaie het 'n paar Curriebekers, dieselfde vir die Cheetahs en dan natuurlik die Bulls, totaal oorheersend, 3 Supers, 5 1/2 Curriebekers, klomp Vodacoms. Maar is dit moontlik, en dis my vraag (slegs Ja/Nee) dat die Stormers/WP geen, absoluut zero gewen het. Maw, hulle het nog nooit die Vodacom gewen nie, nog nooit die Super gewen nie, en 'n dekade laas die Curriebeker. So 3 kompetisies per jaar = 30 probeerslae vir 'n beker in 'n dekade, WP= 0/30, ja, zero uit dertig. Is dit rerig moontlik??? Kan 'n span wat so horibaal pateties is se ondersteuners se bekke so groot wees? (net Ja/Nee asseblief outjies)

  • Die Spier - 2011-06-06 18:03

    SAFFA, GOOINAT, WATALIFE, WPBEFONK Pappa is lus om homself bietjie in 'n duodenale atresie in te lag. Gooi ons bietjiie met een van daai aardskuddende intelligente posts van julle. Of laat ons bietjie weet watter verskoning julle Son gaan gebruik nadat julle 22-12 teen die bulls geslag is. Die ref een is bietjie holrug gery, van 2001 af a

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