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Joubert too inconsistent

2014-10-21 14:21
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Not complaining about Joubert.He's just very inconsistent and always favours the team that's going forward in a match.I'll give you a few examples from his last game:

1.AB scrumhalf Aaron Smith kept taking his quick taps metres away from where Joubert blew for the penalty.Or Wallaby Phipps who rolled the ball at least 3 metres forward from where Joubert gave the penalty & carried on regardless.

2.Wallaby Slipper gets penalized by Craig for hinging when the scrum got set.AB Franks does the same thing but wins a penalty for New Zealand.

3.Now take the bind...AB Franks over extends his arm & caused the inevitable scrum collapse & yet no penalty against the AB's by Joubert.

Joubert is too inconsistent and he's becoming a joke.

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