More people watched the post game show over the game itself? How does that happen?
That's an odd remark. I have seen lots of afternoon and evening/night games for Super Rugby in Australia, yet there seems to have only ever been.
As to having a game in prime time.. Why are the Sunwolves games at around 1pm (Japanese local time)? Those matches could easily be moved to a time.
So they dump a 29 y.o. who has won a super title and played for the wallabies for a 30 y.o. fly-half come half-back come fly-half who has won ??.
I'm no expert but from what I have seen with Super Rugby is that success comes from teams that are well coached and the obvious example to this is.
All true, but I can kinda guess that if the Aus teams continue with Super Rugby and whatever other directions the ARU give them, then.
This is the unpopular opinion thread, not the jokes thread ;)
Amazes me how so many people have forgotten the basic points of all this.
Fine, but my statement was referring to trying to have a national rugby competition available as often as possible for people to watch. What NZ do is.
Problem with the NRC is when they run it. It should be running now, just like the Mitre 10 cup is in NZ and it should be a full home and away season.
That would be better then watching the 2007 match..
The sad thing about that statement is that you could apply it to any one of the current Wallabies squad.
I could post it over in the ref's thread though and see how many rants we get on it :-)
Hmmm. maybe I should have posted that in the "Popular Opinion" thread instead.
Referee's should feed the scrums, the halves have to stay behind the flankers.
True, but they also don't immediately give penalties for players who just put their hands down pretending to steal the ball. I also don't see.
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