Meyer is lost in translation

2012-09-13 13:54
Heyneke Meyer (Gallo Images)
It is very sad that we have the best players in the world on almost all positions on a Rugby pitch and they are not chosen to play.

Meyer is so thankful for his new Springbok appointment that he is rewarding the players who got him the bling, instead of looking after the job he was appointed for. Jean de Villiers, Morne Steyn, Zane Kirchner and Francois Hougart is not starting an International Test match material to begin with they should rather be considered for the impact off the bench. I will even say remove Morne Steyn entirely. You have three fine FLyhalves in Johan Goosen Pieter Grant and Jantjies. Why on earth not give them a fair opportunity?

You also have some of the finest loosies in the Planet yet you use them like barging tree stumps instead of creating some plays that involves them in an out of the box backline junction configuration to set the backline in motion for a wide ball spreading frenzy! Plays that will could unsettle the most discerning defenders. Our loosies are not only big and mobile but they have mind-blowing handling and speed to boot. Use it and set them up at speed away from the loose mall like at the end of a backline, to set up a second backline onslaught.

Come on Meyer you get the big bucks, show us you deserve it and stop thinking like a Blue Bull coach.
You are in the big leagues now…

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