All Blacks in their own class

2014-05-14 10:44
All Blacks haka (Getty Images)
Hardly a news worthy subject! Yet, they remain to be our 'pride-window'  of rugby to the sporting world. A poorly performing epoxy, bonding as a non-threatening scarecrow rugby performance which is blown apart by the slightest wind because of poor bonding adhesive.

Our 'pride-window' of rugby is the making of a poor rugby management fraternity. Our rugby management  professionals are the pinnacle controlling chosen ones that leads the best of the rest of the rugby world second to the "MAB-rugby" dominance. MIGHTY ALL BLACKS are in their own league as history confirms. Their class is above the rest. Rugby is their passion, the totality of their game and management is an example to all other rugby nations as to how the game is managed and played.

Allow me to label the 'rest-of-the-rugby-world' as professional amateurs, with only MAB as the 'professional-professionals-of-the-rugby-world.'

The one good thing about the conferences is that it gives a life-line to the weaker teams. My suggestion is that should any of the conference leaders scores less log-points as the top six teams, they then loose their right to the playoffs.

May the 'sleeping-amateur-giants' awake to a contemporary professional game of rugby.


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