Sharks back to their game

2011-03-30 11:11

Gavin Rich - SuperSport

Johannesburg - Although they lost to the Crusaders in the showpiece event of the last Vodacom Super Rugby weekend, Sharks coach John Plumtree has arrived home encouraged by the progress that his men are making back towards the playing style that won them last year’s Currie Cup.

The Sharks are preparing for their big derby showdown with the DHL Stormers in Durban on Saturday, and the amount of flying they have had to do in recent times, with an economy class flight to and from London added on to the flight home from the south island of New Zealand, must introduce the possibility that they will be just a little flat.

However, by all accounts they have trained well this week so far, and their only injury worry, miraculously if you consider how physical the London confrontation with the Crusaders was, remains Jacques-Louis Potgieter’s injured finger.

Although Potgieter is having the injury looked at and is still in the frame for Saturday’s game, the smart money should be on Meyer Bosman making the switch the flyhalf position where he made his Springbok debut under Jake White in 2005, with Riaan Swanepoel coming in at inside centre.

The Crusaders defeat left the Sharks two wins behind the Stormers, who remain the only unbeaten team in the competition, and Plumtree, as he told a press conference in Durban, knows that the log-leaders are going to be up for a physical battle, as these South African internecine conflicts often are.

“They are in the same bracket as a physical presence as Crusaders. They have a big midfield, defensively they are well organized and they have a physical pack,” said Plumtree.

“I guess in terms of skill level the Crusaders are superior, but right now I think they are superior to everyone when it comes to that.”

Plumtree acknowledged that his team made too many errors in the first half against Crusaders, and it cost them any chance of being in a position to win the match. However, he was encouraged by the second half comeback, and in particular by the tackle statistics from the match. The Crusaders made more tackles than the Sharks did, and Plumtree sees that as a move forward on the graph towards rediscovering the high tempo, possession based playing style that won the Currie Cup.

“Crusaders had to make 60-odd more tackles than us in the end, and that was how we played last year when the tackle count of the opposition was higher than us in every game,” he said. “So if we can get our basics right and cut down on our errors, then there is a good chance we should be able to get it together against the Stormers.”

However, while not wanting to make excuses as “the decision to go to London was taken as a team”, Plumtree admitted that he wasn’t quite sure how the players would react to all the travel.

“What we have seen so far this week has been encouraging, they are training well,” he said.


  • Corrie - 2011-03-30 11:23

    Can't wait to see them trashing the Stormers this weekend...should be an easy one for the sharks.

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 11:29

      Just like all you lads from up North were saying that the Bulls were going to thrash the Stormers and look what happened....easy win for the Sharks,I don't think so,going to be a close encounter.

      Corrie - 2011-03-30 11:35

      Wow thats about the only highlight of your year???...beating the Bulls? if it was a semi or a final I would have been impresses but then again Stormers always choke in a Semi or Final no need getting excited about that..and yes I know you gona say it's a diffrent year but no it's not...Stormers always come running guns blazing and then choke in the final...wouldn't brag about that.

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 11:41

      Like the Bulls chocking in last years CC semi final.What highlights have the Bulls had this year.......beating the Lions..... the only other is the highlights in Wynand meisiekind Olivier's hair.

      Jean - 2011-03-30 11:42

      ...should be an easy one for the stormers!

      Sh@rks Fever - 2011-03-30 11:42

      Hey Corrie. Don't be so naive. There isn't one Super Rugby game that is easy. Stormers are the log leaders and haven't lost a match thus far. They getting their playing style together. All I am trying to say is that it's not gonna be easy.

      Danny - 2011-03-30 11:42

      gooinat viskoppe...The Stormers has not played against a stong team so far. Bulls are moeg and over the wall old toppies and spietkops, The SHARKS will show them how its done.

      thumper - 2011-03-30 11:46

      Hey Corrie, go wash the dishes or something because you clearly have no clue. Anyone who predicts a thrashing eithr way this weekend is an idiot. You've learnt your word for the week "chokers" and I'm pleased for you that you can use it in a sentence. Nobody is bragging, just stating a fact as opposed to your unfounded remarks that illustrate your lack of intelligence.

      Corrie - 2011-03-30 11:49

      @Sh@rks Fever..Not naive but the Sharks have the gift to pick out the flaws in any team look at the game on Sunday...I know it was only the second half but they got the Saders worrying once they had their game plan...Pro's at picking up flaws of wich the Stormers has alot of...

      Corrie - 2011-03-30 11:52

      @thumper...ahhhh so cute, don't wash the dishes dude I have a life unlike u, but thanx for reminding run along..

      Sh@rks Fever - 2011-03-30 11:56

      @ Corrie. Ja ok. It's your opinion. I just never try and get ahead of myself. We have the ability to beat any side, I however wouldn't take the Stormers lightly. Does anyone know when Jean Deysel is back?

      thumper - 2011-03-30 12:01

      Yes Corrie because you know me so well???? After the Crusaders wrapped the game up in the first half it was predictable that they would take their foot off the gas a little. So you carry on with your life like a good boy now and leave the conversation to the grown ups.

      Corrie - 2011-03-30 12:05

      @thumper...OOOO preaching about knowing so well hey?..but you the first to come with your pre school wannabe insults...If the commenting is for grown ups???...........THEN WHAT THE F@CK ARE YOU DOING HERE.

      thumper - 2011-03-30 12:18

      Just as I thought. Thanks for the confirmation though. Yes, you are a disgrace to Sharks supporters.

      Ragged-Tooth - 2011-03-30 12:20

      Corrie don't forget, we're playing the Streamers' secret weapon..........Mark Lawrence. If we can nullify his effect at the breakdown (ie. F-Louw getting away with illegally slowing the ball dow) the we'll be looking good. I believe the Sharks are the better team, except for losing Lambie and all the travel. (have any of you traveled economy class to and from England within six day, spare a thought for those over 6 foot tall - it's painful)

      Corrie - 2011-03-30 12:22

      @thumper...sjoe then I am glad I am not a real should pay attention in class.

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 13:08

      @Danny talk about moeg ,thats what the doctor said when you came out,,,you look moeg ,,,now run along and play with a doll,,,the plastic type

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 13:08

      Corrie,,,,me neither

      Licikityspit - 2011-03-30 13:12

      Its going to be a tough one, would've of liked to see the sharks beat the Mighty Saders but hey, when dummy runners take out two or three defenders you not gonna have a great defence! Anyway the stormers will give the sharks a run for their money on Saterday still any1's game - Go Stormers!

      tiaanburger - 2011-03-31 17:00

      @Ragged Tooth - already thinkin up excuses, blaming the ref and the trip from UK, tisk tisk...deep down you worry. But make no mistake, this one, as with the Bulls vs Canes and Rebels vs Force and Highlander vs Brumbies games CAN go either way this weekend, so it's not over till the final whistle blow. Good luck to everyone's team!

  • Umshini - 2011-03-30 11:41

    Just put John Smit on the bench, and not on the field....Even better put him in an retirement village where he belongs!!!! One more thing what were the Sharks management thinking of letting Strauss go for a complete waste of oxygen in Meyer Bosman! What can you expect with Brian dumbass Van Zyl as their manager!

  • RJ - 2011-03-30 11:43

    LOL Sharks going to get hammerd to many disruptions flayhalfs can't tackle breaking fingers, their backline has no spark what so ever and thr pack is very tired it showed the weekend...Stormers will win don't want to get to ahead by saying bonus point win, but certainly not out of the question.

      Sh@rks Fever - 2011-03-30 11:51

      RJ. By saying the Sharks will get hammered either shows you don't watch Rugby or you just stirring the pot a little. The Sharks have performed pretty well so far and we have an extremly good record against the Stormers as of late. The Stormers find it very difficult to beat us. Plus we have home advantage. I hope your team thinks the same. If they do they gonna have another thing coming their way this weekend

      Chadwick - 2011-03-30 12:03

      Their backline has no spark whatsoever? Oh come on. Stormers are only now starting to play the style of rugby that the Sharks have played since last year. And I got a feeling they're going to be making a few mistakes this weekend. It's not easy to adapt to the running try-scoring type rugby very quickly. Stormers did it last weekend, but it doesn't mean it's sunk in. It takes mistakes and alot of training and matches to completely play to a certain style well. NZ started it in 2009, thats why they had such a bad Tri-Nations - they were figuring out their new play. Then in 2010 they finally knew how they wanted to play and thrashed almost everyone the whole year. Crusaders know that style well and used it well Sunday. Stormers might still take a while.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 12:04

      @Sharksfever - RJ needs to be sedated......I am a Stormer groupie delux...and believe me, most of us are under NO doubt as to how tough it will be to win at the Tank....I believe Peter Grant (who was not with us in the Currie Cup) makes a heckuva difference to our team, but I am also a bit "concerned" that Schalk has been given the captaincy back... What I do know: There is NO WAY in hell this game is a given - either way. Yes, I would be delighted should we break the 7 year Stormer drought in Durban. Should we lose, it will be because the Sharks were better on the day - end of. Not a game for the fainthearted or those on medication :)

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 13:06

      RJ you have been voted off the forum for being the dumbest ass,even SIF CAT agrees,

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 13:16

      @Supersmut - Hello Pappa Smurfie/Knersus.

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:22

      No SAFFA, I'm not Supersmurf/Pppa Smurf/Knersus. I got sick of News24 removing my comments, so I changed my name again. This is the real me - Lloyd Christmas.

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:31

      My identity chenges but the Stormers trophy cabinet volume will never change.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 13:33

      @Lloyd - you really are Dumb and dumber all on your own....I was not referring to you..I was referring to SUPERSMURF........Take your temperature tonsil, I think you are slightly feverish.

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:42

      Dumbass, you said that Supersmurf, Pappa Smurf and Knersus were the same person. I just corrected you. I used to be Pappa and Knersus. Supersmurf does know his stuff though.

  • Gertjie_Mac - 2011-03-30 11:49

    I have a two-fold worry, the first from a Stormers point of view. They have a fantastic defensive system, making on average a load more tackles per game than the opposition. We all know defense is more taxing than attacking. It WILL have an affect later on in the season and the Stormers might be out on their feet at the business end of the comp. Second concern is for the Sharks, man, they endured some tapping traveling the last 2 weeks and they might just be lethargic on Saturday. Tough one to call…

      Sh@rks Fever - 2011-03-30 12:01

      Gertjie If you normally make more tackles than the opposition it doesen't mean your defensive system is good. It means you have the ball less than the opposition. If you miss less tackles than the opposition it means your defensive system is good. As for the sharks I hope they won't be too tired. We want to see a good game. And come Monday if we had to lose I don't wanna see excuses that we were too tired.

      Shark_4_Life - 2011-03-30 12:03

      The sharks had very good reason for traveling from NZ to SA before their departure to the UK. It all has to do with adjusting to time zones, Their is an hour time difference between SA and the UK as opposed to the 20 plus hour difference coming back from NZ. They may have had more flights but they wont be experiencing jet lag at all.

      Gertjie_Mac - 2011-03-30 12:52

      @ Sh@rks and Sharks 4. Perfectly true. Why I rate the Stormers defense is based on the fact that in 5 games, they have conceded only 66 points, that’s an average of 13.2 points per game. Let’s hope it turns out to be a good game and a tester for both teams. Sharks are also in a good spot as their international traveling is over. Longest flight now is 2 hrs. Must help!

  • Shark_4_Life - 2011-03-30 11:52

    Meyer Bosman at 10 should make for an interesting game. Swanepoel is quite the strong runner when he gets going I would definitely play him over Bosman at centre. I think he would do better in the physical confrontations. This game is gonna be a good one, Saturday cant come too soon!

      thumper - 2011-03-30 12:03

      Its gonna be a cracker between 2 teams that respect each other immensely. Pity a couple of supporters on eitherside are complete idiots.

      Shark_4_Life - 2011-03-30 12:14

      @thumper, The funny thing to me is that almost all of the players in different teams get along so well together. They are great friends off the field. Why the supporters should act different to this astounds me every day. My best mates all support different teams, and win or lose we always enjoy a nice cold one after-words.

      thumper - 2011-03-30 12:27

      Thats my experience too. Its good to give each other a go about your teams but some idiots are clearly bored with their lives and use this platform to get someone to acknowledge their existence.

      thumper - 2011-03-30 12:31

      Meyer Bosman is definitely a better bet at 10 but I think the sharks are still gonna be a bit light at center.

  • Makutu - 2011-03-30 11:57

    With John Smit in the team the Sharks will always be weak. WEAK!!!

      Sh@rks Fever - 2011-03-30 12:08

      Hey Makutu. I see you seriously dislike John Smit. I don't dislike him but have agreed for a long time with you now. He should step back and assist in coaching the Sharks and Springbok forwards. Terblanch is another character that has been brilliant in his days but it's time to move on. We have Burden not even able to sit on the bench because of John. And we have Riaan Swanepoel, Bosman, Jacobs and Potgieter who can play at centre. Come on Plum we cannot keep on carrying excess bagage.

  • SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 11:58

    I don't sledge the Sharks.....cos I like em. I am just looking forward to a physical battle in the rain....(as I believe the weather will be pretty crappy come Saturday? - anyone in Durbs to confirm?) @Gooinat - that Stormersuck troll used a new name, but it is she....I think it might have popped up again this morning as an "Australian"....Now might be the right time for me to include a "get a life" shoutout to banned trolls who keep appearing.....

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 12:24

      So she/he/it is now a wannabee Australian,how wonderful,like they say Saffa,it takes all kinds to make the world go round."Get a life" is a little to soft for some of these characters but then again we don't want to stoop to their levels,now do we?

      G,DAYMATE - 2011-03-30 12:30

      Wel mate calling me a troll and whatever else,,,I think Darwins second 15 Might be a good challenge for most SA teams,Name calling wont change the fact that The Stormers had peaked to early,,,,now think before commenting again,brainspan of a wingnut gong

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 12:33

      @Gooinat - hehehehhe, note, the grammar, the spelling, the ,,,,,,,,,,,,, and once more the incorrect tense :)

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 12:43

      hehehehehehe,@mate,you've been exposed,you fell for that one hook,line and sinker,think our Bulls friends can spell and use there tenses better than you,like Saffa says,GET A LIFE!!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 13:53

      Oh f@rk - Alpyn is are correct Gooinat. Light a candle.....

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 14:10

      @Saffa,Mumford proabably beat the crap out of him with a prawn the otherday when they met at Oceanbasket in Warmbad,now he has had to rename himself after that beating....:)

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 14:45

      Talking About Dumfart where did he dissapear to?,long time no hear

  • Lloyd - 2011-03-30 12:11

    Go Sharks!!!

      G,DAYMATE - 2011-03-30 12:26

      Well Loyd,What do you think of my prediction that the Bulls and Tahs will be in the final?

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 12:52

      You know your stuff. Say hi to Sheila for me.

  • molefeP - 2011-03-30 12:12

    I think a lot depends on who starts at Prop and Flyhalf. And as much as I critisize the Stormers front row... they WILL dominate against John Smit. If Beast starts, that is a different story. Then the Stormers are going to have it rough. The Sharks have allready shown themselves vulnarable around the 10/12/13 channel. You can bet that the Stormers will try exploit that. For the Sharks, Albert has to be the best forward in the country with ball in hand. Provided that Kankofski, Daniels and bismark dont let Alberts get issolated like they are want to do. The Stormers are going to have to work hard around the breakdown to contain him. The one thing that stoof out for me in the Crusaders game is how well they protected Carter. If the sharks have learnt this lesson, then it will not matter so much who they play at flyhalf. But things can go really wrong for them if the Stormers can put pressure on Potgieter. Bosman is still in my opinion the biggest liability on the field.

      CliffBradley - 2011-03-30 12:56

      One of the Bulls supporters comments that you can always read , no crap , just facts - Thanks MolefeP !!!

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:27

      And mine

  • Carl Muller - 2011-03-30 12:13

    Good luck to both teams. May we beautiful rugby. Buls forever.

  • rugby_guru - 2011-03-30 12:18

    Well lets not if this if that, lets wait for the weekend and see who the better team is on the day.. I believe we both playing good rugby, and it comes down to who pitches up on the day and who makes less mistakes... Most games these days are being won by penalties, and there are more penalties in current games that I have seen over the years, rules have become tightened, which is a good thing.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 12:35

      Is it genuinely going to be a rainy day in Durbs Saturday? That also puts another spin on things....

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:25

      Only Choice cup champions. Nothing else.

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 13:35

      O and Neotel Vouchers won very important not to forget

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:43

      I though it was Neo-natal cup winners.

      Hannes van der Linde - 2011-04-01 09:22

      And team of the year award last year... don't forget that one!

  • G,DAYMATE - 2011-03-30 12:24

    The Season is still long and the Stormers as well as the Sharks and Crusaders peaked to early,i predict that the Tahs and the Bulls will be the teams in the finals,,,o and reading the comments on this clip i can now understand why the Ausies and Kiwi,s have the best chance of winning the WC With supporters hammering their National players they dont need enemies

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 12:30

      Hey Sheila,its past your bedtime:)

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 12:35

      @Gooinat - as you can now clearly see, it is she...she didn't even take the "Internet predator 101" tips I was dishing out gratis. Tsk Tsk.

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 12:39

      @Saffa,it is indeed back,got to give it maybe 5 out of 10 for trying though

      G,DAYMATE - 2011-03-30 12:41

      Tracey ,s the name and i came to the conclusion that this Saffa cat character is one seriousely messed up person,,and no bed time is only in another hour ,Dingo breath

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 12:55

      MATE, don't insult a dingo by comparing SIF-CAT to it's breath.

      CliffBradley - 2011-03-30 12:58

      SAFFA-CAT: Stop being nasty with her now , she can't help it !!!!

      CliffBradley - 2011-03-30 12:59

      SAFFA-CAT: It's got a name WOW !!!

      Gertjie_Mac - 2011-03-30 13:01

      Neewat, ek stem gladnie saam nie, die waratahs ja, maar verseker nie die bulle nie. En een ding wil ek vir jou sê en dit is dat terwyl die mense mekaar dalk hier hammer, staan ons skouer aan skouer waneer die bokke uitdraf. Jy weet wragtig min van rugby af as jy dink die crusaders is nie aanspraak makers nie. Jy's 'n regte hoenderkop!!!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 13:22

      @Cliff and Gooinat: It really is the most useless wannabe internet predator I have come across.....seriously. I am thinking of using her in a case study. Online safety gurus the world over would enjoy "it". I am not in fact going to say :get a life...I am going to recommed "it" contacts someone for professional help (preferably someone with a MA: Clinical Psychology in their closet)

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 13:26

      @Gertjie Mac,,,probeer dit in engels se,,,ek is seker Ausies is nie Afrikaans magtig nie tensy hulle expats is

      Gertjie_Mac - 2011-03-30 13:34

      Dis g'n ausie nie, hy kan dan nie eers reg engels skryf nie

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 13:41

      @gertjie - you are far more intelligent than Johnny and the Smurf.... That "aussie" is indeed a much loved online predator.....(criminally insane but fun all the same...)

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:44

      Sê jy wat nie eers reg kan Afrikaans skryf nie.

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 13:56

      Sifkat en ou Gertina ,is julle Susters,,,? Hoop die veearts het julle klaar reggemaak want nog van julle mag nie toegelaat word om die aarde te besoedel nie,,,,en Stormers Suck !!!!!!!!!!! Choice cup champs,,,maar Bulls 3X Super Champs

      Gertjie_Mac - 2011-03-30 14:38

      smurfie, jy's 'n regte genius! Hoe dink jy aan jou slim comments, wow, jy's verstommend...

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 14:41

      Ek leer by jou SUSSIE Sif kat

  • Ragged-Tooth - 2011-03-30 12:28

    Roll on Saturday...... Let all the talk be put to the test. One thing is for sure, if the SHarks are able to play their second half game, the Streamers will be the ones out on their feet. Gooooooooooo Shaaaaaaaaaaarks.!!!!!!!

  • kosie - 2011-03-30 12:46

    why is there no talk about the lions vs the reds?

      thumper - 2011-03-30 12:52

      Hahaha, who are the Lions again?

  • Anneleen - 2011-03-30 13:03

    Go Sharks!!! You beauties!!!!!

  • Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 13:10

    Gooinat ,losing one semi in curriecup can not be called Choking however 11 years in a row thats called Choking ,,,big time

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 13:33

      Alwyn, did we make the semi finals 11 years in a row,speak another language rather,you embarrasing yourself.

      Lloyd - 2011-03-30 13:35

      Not even the heimlich manoevre can stop the choking. Maybe they should try the hindlick manoevre.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 13:43

      @Gooinat - Supersmurf is Pappa/Knersus..... I am seriously going to share these trolls profiles & stories within the fraternity - I would feel far 2 guilty keeping such "entertaining predators" to myself.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 13:54

      YOU ARE CORRECT GOOINAT - ALPYN IT IS......the other moron is the smurf.

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 14:00

      Thanks for the new name Gooinat,,,great guy,but tell me more about the semi,s you choked at,,as well as the finals it would be interesting as to find out why from a legend like yourself

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 14:03

      @Gooinat - you were right - Supersmutsmurf is Alwyn.......Lloyd is Pappasmurf/Knersus......This is so much fun.....there should be a cover charge.

      Gertjie_Mac - 2011-03-30 14:03

      @Lloyd. Kompliment vir jou. Jy laat my baie dink aan die mannetjie van die "MAD" magazine. Oulik en amusant, maar vrek dom en eentonig. Toe, kom vloek my en se my sleg, wees eentonig en voorspelbaar.

      gooinat - 2011-03-30 14:06

      @Saffa,yip,dumb and dumber are back:)Took them two days to figure out new names,shame,is there pills for dumb people like them?

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 14:12

      Ok i give up stop toturing me its me Alwyn,,now ther admit to it ,,,,Stormers Suck!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 14:39

      @Gooinat - there is indeed a pill for their sort, a LEAD pill.

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 14:49

      Are you realy concidering Siucide?,,,Dont im sure there are people that still love you,,,in the Newlands stand,,,",o and you can call me AL",,,,Remember my name Alwyn,,,,i like the name

  • JR - 2011-03-30 13:52

    2 Wannabee champs SuperRugby teams playing. Leave the Bulls to win the cups for SA. hahahahaha lekker demoer-in ne? maak seer ne?

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-03-30 14:06

      Nie so seer soos wat die verloor op Loftus teen die Stormers vir julle "manne" was......lekker demoer-in ne? maak seer ne?

      Supersmurf - 2011-03-30 14:13

      Stormers still suck,,,,11 years ,,Bullsx3 Super trophies

      JR - 2011-03-30 14:57

      Wil jy vir my se dat om te verloor teen Wie Pie vegelyk met 3 S14 bekers! Shame.... Weer Probeer.. get it..... O sorry jy sal nie weet nie want julle het nanna, niks...bekers nie. Snaaks hoe die Currybeker genoem word as dit julle pas. S14 is baie moeiliker om te wen en dit maak seer, ek verstaan.

      CapeBuffalo - 2011-03-30 15:02

      @SAFFA. Los maar die ou tril JT en Smurf. Hulle sit nog vasgevang in die verlede. Ongelukkig is daar geen medikasie daarvoor nie. Ek geniet jou kommentaar op hierdie forums, kan sien jy geniet jou sport maar ongelukkig is daar nou sulke kreature soos JR,Blougat mannetjie en hulle side kicks wat geen respek het vir niks en niemand nie, nie eers vir hulle self of hulle eie familie nie.

  • Leon Janse van Rensburg - 2011-03-31 12:38

    The game is going to be lost or won upfront. Beast or sticking with Smit? That is a tough one for the sharks and may be the game breaker.

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