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Sharks picture is misleading

2014-04-14 12:19
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The Sharks started with Home wins against the Bulls(8th), Hurricanes(10th), Lions(9th) & Reds(12th) before losing to the Bulls Away. Then beat the Waratahs(5th) at Home and won their first Away game against the Lions (who's bubble burst against Crusaders). Then Sharks continue (still) at Home.. against Cheetahs(14th & TOURED au/nz) team followed by yet another Home game against Highlanders(6th)... Only then they tour against the Rebels(13th), Brumbies(2nd), Crusaders(7th) and Blues(11th). That's followed by a home derby against Stormers and two tough Away derbies against Cheetahs and Stormers. And they're lucky not to play the Chiefs(3rd) or Force(4th)?? Now this: “Sharks leave Bulls in trail of dust”. The last time I saw the Sharks at Loftus, Frans Steyn burst into tears while talking to "Oom Kobus" after losing to the Bulls. So, why don’t we wait for everyone to finish touring (and finish their tough away derbies) before we jump to bizarre conclusions about the Sharks being at the helm of SA rugby?

 

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