Page 2 of this thread has been a welcome respite from "Golf" and particularly one member (Cyclo) and his long booooooorrrrring stories.
Because the whole point being made is that despite being at the end of the most limp backline attack Koroibete leads the comp in stats.
That whole sequence is just hysterical, from the "Don't kick it out" warnings to the RC. So many binary points where the wrong option was.
I love that. I love that he tells him he can't do thing like three times, then he does the thing anyway and acts all shocked and.
Correct. There's 5 potential fuck up options with that strategy - the tap, the run, the hit up, the maul and the kick. With the lineout.
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Because fucking it up with the lineout was easier.
Not quite the same thing, but there was this classic incident up in England a few years back that led to Hartley being red carded.
I thought the Force looked well-organised with their attack insofar as support, plenty of runners to truck it up and generally good.
Yeah, but what else has he done?
The fact is that without Koroibete, the Rebels wouldn't be able to get into the opposition.
How are people leaving out Koroibete? It's insane.
He is absolutely not the reason the Rebels aren't scoring tries. If you put him on.
A couple of reffing issues I wanted to raise after the Tahs match.
Firstly, I thought Gamble was dead unlucky to be penalised for not.
It's curious because they went hard on it a while back, but now have completely forgotten to do anything about players binding in front,.
They let it go all the time. I don’t know why. It was introduced specifically to stop that.
It is not really just the Brumbies that do it.
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