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Greyling had a shocker!

2012-09-17 14:55
Dean Greyling (Gallo Images)
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Greyling's flying elbow

2012-09-17 07:19

Springbok Dean Greyling has been cited after a flying elbow to the face of Richie McCaw, for which he received a yellow card during the match.

To say Morne Steyn was the only reason we lost the test is wrong. Greyling came on and :
•         Immediately gave away a 3 point penalty
•         Missed a crucial tackle to give the All Blacks their try
•         Got sent to the sin bin
•         Dropped the ball with the try line right in front of him
•         Gave away the final penalty for 3 points
He needs to take the same flak as Morne. Most of all Heyneke Meyer is in charge and making these player selections who are out of form or pretty useless. Seems he can only select Bulls players???
I think Heyneke should take all the blame!!!

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