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Thoguht so, afetr dissing the Welsh team and Halfpenny, I suppose you are in hiding.
The true french supporters were in the ground on Saturday, staying to the end for the presentations, before hedaing off for a good evening in cardiff.
The atmosphere was in credible, hardly anyone left the stadium for a good 15 minutes or so.
I thought France were going to spoil the party, but wrong decisions allowed us home.
GPS not working?
Posted 08:01 19th March 2012
@jimbosim: I really hope this French team will kick the ass of the Welsh team today. I find the Dragons far too arrogant and over confident. And talking about stupidity, to me the Welsh weer the ones to look stupid after their loss in the WC semi, so much whining about a deserved red card, and not a single comment about Halfpenny poor performance! COME OOON FRANCE!!! Show you deserved to be in the WC final!
Posted 11:56 17th March 2012
concur it defo makes the French look stupid in front of the World. No change there then
Posted 11:49 17th March 2012
Typical northern hemisphere rubbish. This would never happen in the south. For instance, in Dunedin the Forsyth Barr stadium is built so that no one can open the roof. It doesn't matter how much it rains or not, no one can be gutless and chose to open the roof so that the weather spoils a fast open game. I can't believe the 6N would allow this to happen.
In Oz, at all costs, the situation that brings about the best spectacle will be chosen.
Posted 11:14 17th March 2012
why does every one think it has to be played like a sevens game to be entertaining, if that's how you feel watch sevens!! I personally enjoy a good tussle upfront as much as an expansive game. the beauty of rugby for all shapes and sizes and in all conditions (within reason) keeps coaches thinking. I played 10 till i was 15 and then moved to hooker due to filling out and losing a yard of pace. Both parts of the game have merits but a good old mudfest was always a great match to be involved in!
Posted 10:54 17th March 2012
Ah GPS. Is that why the French backs keep running up blind alleys?
Posted 07:14 17th March 2012
Every Nation including Wales use the GPS, never been a problem before unless they got a really cheap rubbish version?
What a load of ball?
Typical French, just making themselves look stupid in front of the World, lets hope it does not freeze over night LOL
Posted 20:20 16th March 2012
Whether you want the French to win or Wales to win, what we, as spectators, want to see is a good game of rugby. Translation: open, wide, running rugby. GO WALES!
Posted 19:48 16th March 2012
Surely if a gps can work from inside a car then it can work from inside anywhere. Don't know. Maybe im wrong. Ive never been inside a building where my sat-nav hasn't worked.
Posted 18:57 16th March 2012
That's a really rubbish GPS system if it can't work through the roof of a stadium...did they pick it up in a well-known-orange-and-black-coloured-national-retailer!?
Posted 18:11 16th March 2012
I'd want the roof open too - Wales are too good with a bit of space on dry ground.
Posted 17:37 16th March 2012
He's killing the spirit of French rugby. Get him out!
Posted 16:18 16th March 2012
So let's get some GPS jammers in place, and sort the french out?
Hope they are wireless and don't need a mains lead for the equipment, as they may have a power cut in their box?
Posted 15:54 16th March 2012
Again why wouldnt France want to drag Wales into an arm wrestle it plays to their strengths after all.Gatland wants it fast and played wide as that plays to Wales strengths This is just a very stupid article and realy not worth a post except its so funny to see the coaches getting all hot and bothered over nothing lol
Posted 15:52 16th March 2012
ze French hav a very cunning plan ???
Posted 15:30 16th March 2012
"I don't think he cares much about what type of rugby they play." When you're being judged on results alone, who does?
Fans want to see expansive, flamboyant and exciting rugby. But they also want their team to win. The Unions couldn't give two hoots as to the style and look only at the end result. And it's the Unions who employ the national coaching team, not the fans.
Posted 15:09 16th March 2012
So, now there is silence from those who were bleating on about Gatland being a whinger, and about the ¨un-natural¨ rugby conditions that arise from having the roof closed. This takes the biscuit !!!
COME ON WALES - play them and their GPS management off the park!!!
Posted 14:43 16th March 2012