Habana: Losing unacceptable

2011-10-06 12:00

Wellington - Springbok winger Bryan Habana says even the prospect of the reigning world champion losing to Australia in the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals would be "unacceptable" to the South African public.

"We set ourselves goals and we're realistic about how good we are and how far we can go and as individuals," Habana said, "And as a team we truly believe we can go all the way."

Habana said South Africa was not considering the possibility of defeat Sunday, despite only winning one of the last five head-to-heads in the last two seasons - including home and away losses in this season's Tri-Nations.

"They've got the edge over us at the moment but in a knockout game that means nothing," he said.

"It's a do-or-die game for 80 minutes and we've both got an opportunity to progress, so I don't think history will count for much."

Habana said Australia may believe they have a psychological advantage from their recent wins over South Africa but that couldn't be relied on in a World Cup setting.

"I think they could have felt that way against Ireland as well," he said. Australia lost 15-6 to Ireland to finish second in their pool, their first loss ever to the Irish at a World Cup.

"Anything can happen in this competition but they're a great team and we can't doubt the fact that they've won five of the last six games and we have to give them credit for that," he said. "But we as a team firmly do believe we have the capabilities to go out there and win on Sunday."

Habana said the Springboks could rely on experience with so many survivors from its World Cup victory in France four years ago. The Springboks couldn't depend on that experience alone to guide them to victory but it was a resource to fall back on in a close match.

Australia, in contrast, was a team on the rise.

"They've got some great youngsters coming through that have had a lot of experience over the last couple of years," Habana said.

"You look at the halfback pairing (Will Genia and Quade Cooper) that's been with the Reds now for the last couple of years but have been together since they were 17 years old. I think the youngsters have really put their hands up.

"We're expecting a great confrontation on Sunday - one with flair from their great backs and a physical challenge up front, where their forwards have really stepped up to the mark over the last couple of years."

Habana said the differences between the Wallabies and Springboks were small, almost insignificant.

He hoped the weather would not be the determining factor on Sunday. A wet day would hinder the Australian backs and ensure a forward-dominated tussle.

"In a competition like this, it's going to come down to decision-making," he said. "The team and individuals that make the best decisions and the most accurate decisions will come out on top."

Habana tipped fullback Patrick Lambie, one of the youngest members of the South African lineup, as one of the key figures in the match.

"He almost single-handedly won a Currie Cup last year and he's really put his hand up in the Super Rugby competition this year. I've a lot of faith in his ability," he said.

"Not only is he a great rugby player, but he's a fantastic person off the field, as well.

Springbok captain "John Smit said (Lambie) is the only rugby player he'd let his daughter go out with."

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  • Really1 - 2011-10-06 12:05

    Ja boet. Pasop vir die Aussies.

      René Müller - 2011-10-06 12:18

      @Really1, I do not doubt for one second that the Bokke will underestimate the Aussies, they would be foolish to! It's gonna be a cracker though, 3 more sleeps!! My only concern is JdV, he will have to step up big time - Bokke all the way!!!!

      Really1 - 2011-10-06 12:32

      JdV is suspect om dit sagkuns te stel.

      Johnny-BB - 2011-10-06 13:49

      ......they can already engrave the All Blacks name on the William Webb Ellis trophy......

      colin.dovey - 2011-10-06 14:36

      Chokers name on the trophy?

      BulvanBulle - 2011-10-06 15:47

      @Rene Absolutely, JdV is pathetic and it's a huge loss to see Frans go home. Schalk and Habana also not exactly worldclass

      MrMojoRisin - 2011-10-06 16:01

      @BulvanBulle Typical Bull supporter mentality. Dude, forget about provincialism for now.

      kosie - 2011-10-06 16:55

      @ johnny, which one, cause there is two of those trophies,so must they engrave on the one that act as a decoy for the real one

      Bert Pajou - 2011-10-06 20:12

      It's a big pity that these two fine teams have to meet each other in the quarter finals; they should have met in the finals, as they would have, had Oz not gone to lose (whether by design or otherwise) against Ireland. Whichever way it is, they had engineered their on downfall by doing so. Now, instead of playing Wales - NZ - Oz we now play Oz - NZ - Wales/England/Ireland. A task that gets easier in stead of more difficult.

      Clark Kent - 2011-10-06 20:55

      Well Brian you are obviously after the next Sports Ministers job as your career is nearly over. Sorry but you will lose totally out thought by Robbie Deans, and run off your feet by the fleet footed Wallabies. Bryce Laurence will stop the tired boks trying to slow the ball and game down like they normally do when the pace becomes to much. Go our mighty Anzac Brothers who helped us fight in the Boer War

      Henk - 2011-10-06 22:53

      I take it you are a Pommie old Clarkie. Cant wait for the French to feed to humble froggie Pie!

      thesaoak - 2011-10-07 01:40

      @kent... get out of here you doggy OLD troll!!

      aus_beats_sa - 2011-10-07 14:44

      Go wallabies.. Kick these racist afrikaaners back to the free state.. Anzacs all the way.. Boers to the Hague

  • Makatees - 2011-10-06 12:05

    HABANA you got that right,Lose and you dont return to SA,GET IT?,Now go out Sunday and make us proud....PS win or lose you are a true SAFFA ,We will welcome you back

      BardofAvon - 2011-10-06 14:30

      Exactly. Lose and Bakkies Botha will be waiting for you at the airport. And deal with you one at a time.

      anfield - 2011-10-06 20:18

      Why what you plan to do if they lose and he returns, as he will. You gonna face up to him? You're an a...hole like BardoAvon. By the way, they will all be back in Joburg Tuesday latest. Enjoy the Aussies. Can't get over the mindset of SA Rugby 'supporters?' Worst losers in the world, but even more worst winners. no style, no grace.

      Bok6 - 2011-10-07 13:53

      @anfield... still bitter that liverpoop hasn't won the league since 1990?? hahahahaha

  • Dragonpig - 2011-10-06 12:11

    Going to be a tough game but I think we have what it takes to beat them in a knock out game. the injury to Bakkies Botha, although sad forces us to use our player of the tournament so far, Danie Russouw. I think with our new defensive structure we'll come out on top on the day

  • Gavin - 2011-10-06 12:11

    First time tacles and retaining the ball without knocking it on will be the key factors in winning the game. Now go and do it.

  • Coconut - 2011-10-06 12:21

    Ball retention will be the key on the day. The Gary Owens (High up and unders) will only give away the very important possession and if the wind is blowing, as it always does in NZ, all the more reason to hang on to the ball. The old cliche, you cannot play rugby without the ball. GO BOKKE !!!!!!

      PMG - 2011-10-06 16:21

      100% correct.

  • jconn1 - 2011-10-06 12:28

    good luck for the game,and may the most high be with all during this up coming grueling encounter...and you guys just gotta win,or else Desmond Tutu is gonna pray for yol

  • The J - 2011-10-06 12:35

    Real pity about Francois Steyn and rather unhappy that Houghaard is not starting, but I reckon SA definitely have the team and the current mindset to pull this one off. Both teams having won two World Cups apiece just adds to this game. As nervous as we are going to be I reckon, and hope I'm right as I'm not known for bold predictions, that we will pull this one off. Having lived in Aussie for a couple of years my mates will be thinking the exact opposite though. Good on ye, but I can think of no better way to start the Sunday but with our victory. Go Boks. Make my early afternoon hangover on Sunday worth the effort.

  • Jeff - 2011-10-06 12:35

    The part that I like the most of this article is where Habana said: "And as a team we truly believe we can go all the way." That's how optimistic they are, all we need to do is to support them. Ausies are a better team, but we are the BEST...... GO BOKKE....Moeni worry ori reffie!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anneleen - 2011-10-06 12:48

    Habana...of all the articles written this week, your comment sums it up the best! Go Habana, go Bokke!!!!!

  • Melinda - 2011-10-06 13:05

    While make a plan Habana you are not at your peak as you where

      Bootman - 2011-10-06 13:24

      What language is this????

      Mason - 2011-10-06 14:44


      thesaoak - 2011-10-07 01:33

      BhAHahahahahaHahaHahaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa!!!!! Wtf???? This lady is retarded.....

  • Richard - 2011-10-06 13:14

    I'm a die-hard Bok fan. But I just can't see the Aussies losing the QF game. Their backline is man for man better than ours. What's worse is that we can't win with two of our best players off the field. Sunday will be a sobering day for PdV. But nothing short of sending him home early is going to get through that thick skull of his. The guy has brought nothing new to Bok rugby since 2007 and what is new, he stubbornly insists on keeping off the field. Sadly I think the Boks will pay the price for his sheer lack of ability. I really do hope I am wrong but the head beats the heart this time.

      Jeff - 2011-10-06 14:25

      Richard you don't need to hope that you're wrong, coz you definitely are wrong. I just wonder what will your comment be, coming sunday with the Boks as winners. Stop blaming PDv..... and start being a true die-hard Bok fan, as you stated it. Because it seems to me you're a fake die-hard fan.

      Otello - 2011-10-06 14:44

      Richard, You need to work on your powers of visualization. There is no place for negative thoughts about our Bokke.

      Richard - 2011-10-06 14:49

      Hi Jeff - I'm definitely no fake Bok fan. The games are so important to me that I really struggle to enjoy watching them! If they meant less, I might actually enjoy. And yes, I do hope I'm wrong and if I am wrong then it will be because some members of the Bok team on Sunday played out of their skins to make up for those who are ordinary (e.g. Habana, Smit) and really should not be there. The trouble is that this takes an unnecessary toll on those stars. (Imagine playing 15 behind Habana - you have twice the job in defence that you should have). And that toll stacks up in a knock-out competition.

      Richard - 2011-10-06 14:59

      Otello - if me being positive really did make a difference to the outcome on Sunday then sure, I'll be positive. It turns out that the outcome will be determined by the team (not me) and the team, in turn, is determined by PdV. He is, as we all know, out of his depth and making it harder than it should be for the Boks. A knockout against Aus is always going to be difficult. Our recent record is worse against Aus than NZ. So why make it harder by picking under performing players? Everyone else can see it, why not PdV? Except that he is daft of course. Just how daft I am now beginning to realise.

      Jeff - 2011-10-06 15:04

      Richard you're a rugby fan, but its clear to me that you don't know the game. This is a team sport and i can't believe what you said that if you are wrong then it means that other players had to cover up. You are an IDIOT. So all this time whenever the boks won, It was because of the fact that there were some players who worked their BUTTS off??!! Shame on you, COME Dalloris....... You just proved to me that you're a FAKE fan. To me the Boks won because they were the better team. Coming Sunday it will be the same. Habana and Smit deserve to be in the team...

      Richard - 2011-10-06 15:16

      Jeff - An important point - yes rugby is a team sport but that does not mean that every team that is picked plays well together as a team. I do think that some individual members of the Bok team have been the key. For example Hougaard's try against Wales. Largely created by him - when Habana had been on the field for something like 15 hours (11 or 12 games?) without a try - Hougaard cooks one up in less than 5 minutes. And some games have been won by bad luck on the oppositions behalf- in fact that same game against Wales. So in summary, I do think that the Boks have not being playing together as a team as yet. I think we will find that this is partly because of frustration with team selection. We will only hear about this properly after the WC - perhaps only in a year's time. Anyway, let's hope you are right about Habana and Smit. There hasn't been much evidence on their behalf so far (apart from against Namibia).

      Les - 2011-10-06 15:20

      if you've played ANY reasonable level of sport, you would know that sometimes the combinations are more important than the person... And yes, from time to time one or two players may be better in a position, but not necessarily in a team / combination. PS I am not trying to insult you in any manner... Just trying to support another Bok fan

      Richard - 2011-10-06 15:29

      Les - never played in the front row that's for sure, but does your point relate to Smit in the front row combination? In your mind is Bizzie not good in combination, although good as an individual? (BTW, I know its time now for blind faith and anything less is going to get panned here, but I'm still interested to know the reasons).

      Jeff - 2011-10-06 15:34

      Richard, one very important thing that you must always remember: Key players are nothing without the JSmit and Habana's. And don't get me wrong here. What i actually mean is, what will those key players do if there's only 13 players in their team??? I hope you get my drift. Pdv is using a very good strategy, and it does work for us so why do you want to change that, infact, WHO ARE YOU? I hope the Boks will finally shut all the negative's mouths, eg. Richard & Johnny Blou Bal

      marco - 2011-10-06 15:40

      @Richard I don't know if this helps but the weather in Wellington on Sunday may play a big role as to how the Australian backline operates -man for man as you say and on paper they do look much better than the Boks but games are won along the finer margins at World Cups.Forecast predicts a very wet and windy Wellington on Sunday which throws out the window a fast flowing quick through the hands moving rugby as the ball will be slippery and hard to grab onto.The kick and chase game is also a no brainer cause whatever possesion you kick away of the ball will fly right back at you with the high,strong winds the balls flies right back over your head.If it's a nice clear day then the Wallaby backline will run hard at the Boks defence and that's where good man marking comes in and not ball watching.Gale-force winds and then it's pick and drive time through the forwards pushing the ball forward through the contact phases which suits the Boks best.Sunny spells than we'll have a more fluid open game maybe that suits Australia's backline.Still it's the quarterfinals,the business end of the tournament and so none of these two teams will be taking any unnecessary risk on Sunday. In the Cake Tin of Wellington the wind is always swirling around so it’s difficult to understand which way it’s all going go!!!

      Richard - 2011-10-06 15:42

      Marco - yes indeed - heavy rain and winds will help and your reasons are all good. But the forecassts I'm seeing are for a sunny, still day (light winds, 14 deg - not the usual bag for Wellington). We're still 4 days away though and the skill in the forecasts (that's my day job) only gets believable at day -2. as you can see, I'm really worried about this game!

      Les - 2011-10-06 15:52

      Richard... I too have neve played front row (thank god for that), but from time to time all round team eforts are to be considered, which does not necessarily include mobility around the park! Sometimes stability of the pack and/or lineouts etc in the first 40 mean more to the team than loose play around the park! IF you are not in the squad, you will never know what any one team member does (or doesnt) bring to the team

      Richard - 2011-10-06 16:05

      Thanks for the explanation Les. I'm holding on hard to those reasons on Sunday! Without actually being a Springbok, it is hard to quantify the role of the captain. One is only left with circumstantial evidence of the importance of Smit. And I'll admit, he does seem to steady things. But a turn over here and there, which Bizzie can generate (but not Smit) makes for the difference in a tight one like this.

      Weepee - 2011-10-06 16:22

      Richard for what it is worth I agree with you. Smit is there based on sentiment and a promise. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind and in the minds of anyone that knows the game that Bismark should start. So should Hougaard and IMO James should start ahead of Morne. PDV seems to be convinced he has a bench he can reply on if things go pear shaped. He may be right but if we end up chasing a relatively high margin we will struggle. I'm not optimistic.

      The Rob - 2011-10-06 16:56

      Weepee, "anyone who knows the game"! You can't say that lad because there are a good few people in the Bok set-up who DO know the game and have gone with the selection that I happen to think is probably the best combo that we have available to us. I like to believe I know the game too, but that is another matter....... I've been fortunate enough to speak personally to some ex Sprinbok players, two of which were ex captains, and they've all said that John Smit is vital to the team dynamic. Sure, he may not be as productive as Bismarck, or as good a fetcher as Bismarck, but the AB's and the Aussies still rate him highly and reckon he's a tough customer. John Smit is a better lineout thrower than Bismarck too. So, in my humble opinion, Smit to play an hour or just less with Bismarck coming on with 20 or 30 minutes to go. However, that also depends on where the Boks find themselves at that stage of the game. Remember, Rassie is their technical advisor ad he's very sharp. I have faith that he will guide the Boks brains trust in the right direction. For those people who have written off Bryan Habana, who would like to bet against me that he'll score at least one try on Sunday and make a good few tackles?

      Richard - 2011-10-06 17:13

      OK - so I am one who thinks Habana will not score a try on Sunday. I also hope that he defends sensibly because the Aussies have picked him to bits in the past and Habana has not woken up and responded to their tactics. One reason alone for not playing Habana is that the Aussies would have to start afresh with working out another player's weaknesses. In picking Habana we've saved them that time. Don't know what the bet entails, but if Habana does score on Sunday, then I'll pitch up for the bakkie load of humble pie on the match report comments. No doubt there'll be a queue to dish it out.

  • draaft - 2011-10-06 13:17

    21-12 - boks favour, we wont score a try - we won't need to!

      Lebo - 2011-10-06 13:42

      So all 21 points from penalties? That's a lot of kicking boet...I'd rather have them score a try or two (or more) to boost their confidence going into the Semis...And yes, they are going through to the semis so all Aus supporters better catch the game on sunday because that's the last time they'll be watching Aus in RWC2011!

      aus_beats_sa - 2011-10-07 14:49

      @lebo..well done, support ur white masters. Please clean the toilets properly else u'll get beaten..

  • Dudley - 2011-10-06 13:23

    I would be happier if Oz had not lost to Ireland

  • Weepee - 2011-10-06 13:34

    Very dissappointed with the side picked to start. It's inconcievable that Smit starts ahead of Bismark. James should have been there and talking about Habana I believe Hougaard or Aplon should start ahead of him. The way to beat OZ is to be more physical than they are and we leaves Bismark & James on the bench ???Is PDV hoping when we are 20 down with 20 minutes to go the bench will pull him through ???? I hope I'm horribly wrong!

      Jeff - 2011-10-06 14:33

      WeePee why do you all hope that you're wrong??!! Yes all of you that hope you're wrong, you are infact wrong and the comments you put here as well. To every-one else who, by chance, also hopes he's wrong........ dont waste anymore time hoping, because you ARE wrong Rather utilise your time supporting and believing in the bokke....

      Shakes - 2011-10-06 14:41

      It always been a problem in previous games that when we came out in the second half our tempo slumped and NZ and Australia upped theirs to take the game. Our substitution were atrocious in many previous games. This time around I'm excited to see our second half is more up tempo than our first because of the "super-subs". I'm confident Bismark and Hougaard will turn the game around for us in the second half and win it.

  • Johann - 2011-10-06 13:35

    Yes Brian, you just have to go 'Nike', JUST DO IT !!! And yes, go for it Lambie, the guys have a lot of faith in you. Pity John Smit's daughters are too young for you, or you'll have to wait a long time. GOOOO BOKKE!!!

      Phillip Carlisle - 2011-10-06 15:01

      Ja, why would John let him date his 4 year old, that's just crazy. Ha ha.

  • Ejaaz - 2011-10-06 13:41

    Please Re-Discover Your Form in this game!!!

  • skull - 2011-10-06 13:44

    I live in the UAE and on Sundays we have to work, but that is not going to stop me from watching this game they can fire me but I am not missing this game for anything. I predict on current form that the Bokke will take this one. GO BOKKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WE SUPPORT YOU ALL THE WAY.

      InternetMan - 2011-10-06 16:15

      Gooie werk

  • Ben - 2011-10-06 13:57

    Ben van Middelburg(MP) Brian, Springboks were not born to fail but to succeed always, the Aussies doesnt stand a chance, we know you will win!!!! Good Luck, may the force be with you guys, Bring back the cup, because you can!!

  • milswanka - 2011-10-06 14:11

    I am wondering one thing though: if the Boks lose, and I'm not saying they are going to, is John Smit also going to stay behind and let the Boks return on their own? Just a question.

      SA-FAN - 2011-10-06 14:48

      No Smit has too much dignity for that!

      Jeff - 2011-10-06 15:09

      Milswanka, ook maar a stupid question daai jong!!!!

  • ryan.benney1 - 2011-10-06 14:16

    Habana do me a favour and put one under the Ausies poles for us, just to show them you still have it. The tensions are mounting and I can tell you guys the whole country is behind you guys and we know you guys will go all the way. Good luck go get them BOKKE.

  • umbertoeco - 2011-10-06 14:24

    Hey remember the 'gee the ball to brian' song from last world cup? That was fun. This time around there is no time for any humour.

  • keibees9 - 2011-10-06 14:28


      Jeff - 2011-10-06 14:38

      GIVE THAT MAN (keibees9) A BELLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • marco - 2011-10-06 14:53

    Habana needs to stay of Twitter and Facebook cause that's what's messing with his mind at the minute and so he can't stay focus on the job at hand.Social media reply's on Twitter and FB are major hiccups for some professional players to express a new form of rage.If Habana can mitigate some of the risks involved in Twitter tweets then he can be the better for it. Not so long ago,infact just 4 days ago,News24 said that "Habana is his own worst enemy" going on to say how "Bryan is his own enemy by trying so hard.He wants to satisfy everybody and I think he tweets too much," Habana said."People tweet back and that bothers him a lot.So he wants to please everybody out there and the one guy he misses is the guy in the middle." So stop tweeting back Habana it's not good for you,just look at that Samoan with his calling the ref a racist on Twitter etc after that 13-5 defeat by the Boks,now he finds himself not playing professional rugby anymore at all.Twitter is a good thing to can keep in touch with your fans and stuff.But you gotta know how to use it properly and not say things that you might regret later.Social networks can get you to let your frustrations out to much and that might effect your display on the pitch come Sunday.

      Richard - 2011-10-06 16:13

      A whole lot of sense Marco. One would have thought some of the team management would have taken Habana through all this. Not so it seems.

  • BardofAvon - 2011-10-06 14:53

    Enough Bulls DNA in the team to win the knock-out.

      Zip23 - 2011-10-06 15:11

      Now youre talking.

      Jeff - 2011-10-06 15:12

      Enough Stormer defense-coaching in the team to win the knock-out, just saying :-)

      Hannes van der Linde - 2011-10-06 15:12

      This is no place for provincialism bud. Only patriotism

      Jeff - 2011-10-06 15:26

      Hannes please, just use a bit of humor

  • myjdjames - 2011-10-06 15:14

    stfu bryan. just play

  • SA-FAN - 2011-10-06 15:16

    I have read some of the comments on the Australian media websites. They are really scared of us I think they would rather play against Wales. I believe that we will take this one and its not going to be so close as everyone expects. Atleast by 7!

      Lance - 2011-10-07 15:30

      Why the Boks will win...but it wont be a walk-over.. 1) Best kicker in the world.. 2)Best defence in the competition.. 3) Most physical pack.. 4)Most balanced bench capable of wreaking havoc in the last 15 minutes or capable of filling the shoes of anyone in the starting line up id injuries occur.. 5)Experience counts because the pressure will be ON. Go Bokke !

  • frans.mosia - 2011-10-06 15:39

    I like the fact that somehow the Boks are coming to this fierce encounter as underdogs, so that after that 80 minutes the Aussies will be left crying in the field for failing to make it to the semi's.Shosholoza Bokke.

  • Jeff - 2011-10-06 15:50

    Just look at the picture of this article...... It's a hint of what's to come this Sunday...

  • Ivan Wissing - 2011-10-06 16:05

    Kom julle dit nou eers agter?

  • Roy - 2011-10-06 16:50

    Deeds speak louder than words so go out and do what you and the rest of the team should do. Hope you can go the full 80 minutes and not go off "injured"

  • Matt Collingwood - 2011-10-06 17:39

    Great to show confidence like that for a big game. I haven't been an on-field Habana fan for quite a while, but his attitude I think is spot on. Bokke by 10

  • standoff - 2011-10-06 17:42

    Here's an interesting quote from the Australian press! "The limited game the Wallabies now appear to be embracing is the game the Springboks have been playing for decades. That's not to say the Wallabies can't prevail, but there is no question which side has had more practice at it."

  • Crusader - 2011-10-06 18:29

    The bokkies wont wi as they have no self confidence or can see it in their eyes!

  • Die Kenner - 2011-10-06 18:44

    Bottom line - previous games count for nothing in the world cup. Got a funny feeling the losing trend against Aus is changing this weekend.

  • Mark Whitfield - 2011-10-06 21:32

    Does anyone find losing acceptable - it's more ridiculous than stating the obvious!

  • Kevin Rack - 2011-10-07 00:01

    We going into this match with JPP and Habadonna carrying injuries. Like Bakkies they should have not been allowed to hobble on, like Steyn they should have been sent home ASAP and replacements bought in. We are going to run short of backline players and trust me when the Aussies see JPP limping they are going to attack his space. Habadonna you are a poephol china. You not even fully fit, totaly out of form, not the best player in your position and you still are bekerig. I think the younger faster aussies are going to try run it out wide and take advantage of those players coming off the defensive line. The only thing I can think of is Jean intercepting Quades loose passes. Last thing JPP surely is going to get pinged for all his high tackles

  • Peter Lloyd - 2011-10-07 05:38

    I give this game a 50/50, and my prediction.. whoever wins this will take out the trophy.. as this will be the toughest game of the competition bar none... The games just get easier after this... Chokers.. they will be easy.. and Wales/England/Ireland... shouldnt even be in the finals. May the best team win. Go the Wallabies

  • anfield - 2011-10-07 14:23

    Bok6. What has soccer to do with Rugby? Umm. Bok6, you a dutchman? Yep, thanks for confirming my worst losers and winners philosophy!

  • aus_beats_sa - 2011-10-07 14:42

    Go wallabies.. Kick these racist afrikaaners back to the free state.. Anzacs all the way.. Boers to the Hague

      RandomDude - 2011-10-07 15:49

      "Boers to the Hague" .. You first

      anfield - 2011-10-07 18:27

      you some sort of quasi abbo, african, north american indian lapdog or something? I'm shouting for England and by personal choice would like them to play the hosts in the final. Fool, the majority of Bokke were only kids in 1994. So why dont you piss off to the Hague, where, incidentally the majority of the modern day boer hail from. What a prick!

      RandomDude - 2011-10-07 21:21

      anfield .. who ru talking to ?

  • aman - 2011-10-07 17:27

    Question - How does an Aussie find his sheep in long grass? Answer - Very satisfying.

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