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It’s pointless re-discussing the merits of the Pooper. Cheika has decided how he wants to play the game and he is all about work rate and accuracy. Unfortunately provincial and test rugby are not the same beast. As with all Wallaby coaches before him, he will live and die by his theories and decisions.

A good big guy will most often top a good little guy, particularly at 6 and 8.


Chika never learns. He'll keep playing his dumb rugby at test level hoping for a different result.

And I agree about the size. Size and physicality matter at test level.


What are your thoughts now? The Pooper outplayed their bigger counterparts and the Wallabies were in their own league when it came to physicality. Or do you disagree?


It wasn't Pooper, it was Pocock. And our lineout was shit.

If we had a good 6 and an 8 I'd start with Pocock at 7 and Hooper on the bench.


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I think Arnold might come right into the starting side. He’s a bit bigger than Rodda, loves to put on big hits, go for a trot and to take lineout ball. Send him out there for 55 minutes and then bring on Rodda or Simmons.


I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.


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I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.



The coming Saturday is now. The future never comes.


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I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.



The coming Saturday is now. The future never comes.


I’d agree. Arnold has some experience under his belt but is in his prime. Rodda has a part to play too in this and the next RWC.


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I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.



The coming Saturday is now. The future never comes.


I’d agree. Arnold has some experience under his belt but is in his prime. Rodda has a part to play too in this and the next RWC.


I'm just happy me have three violent human beings all jostling for the lock pairing.

Also Simmons.


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I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.



The coming Saturday is now. The future never comes.


I’d agree. Arnold has some experience under his belt but is in his prime. Rodda has a part to play too in this and the next RWC.


I'm just happy me have three violent human beings all jostling for the lock pairing.

Also Simmons.

I’m sure Rory was very pissed off that he missed the violence on the weekend. Worth letting him have a crack at them next weekend for 40-50 minutes.


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Anyone who thinks you can get away with only 2 lineout targets (and no, Hooper is a novelty turn only), has rocks in their head.

It's notable that we only competed on the Irish lineout after Tui came on.

The Irish did nothing to exploit this advantage on the weekend. They won't make the same mistake twice, and the ABs never will.

With Tui, Hanigan back in the frame, and McMahon on his way home, I reckon we'll see Samu dropped, like, for ever. Which is sad for him, after all the fuss.


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Olo wrote:
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I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.



The coming Saturday is now. The future never comes.


I’d agree. Arnold has some experience under his belt but is in his prime. Rodda has a part to play too in this and the next RWC.


I'm just happy me have three violent human beings all jostling for the lock pairing.

Also Simmons.

I’m sure Rory was very pissed off that he missed the violence on the weekend. Worth letting him have a crack at them next weekend for 40-50 minutes.


0 chance. Why would you change a winning team that will be better this week for having played together last week?


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Not sure if he will or not. The Irish definitely will and I’d be willing to bet that our 23 will not be identical.
Just because they win does not mean they cannot be better.


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Not sure if he will or not. The Irish definitely will and I’d be willing to bet that our 23 will not be identical.
Just because they win does not mean they cannot be better.


No shit - just the changes you’re suggesting aren’t any better, and quite possibly be worse.

Coleman may be injured anyway, so Arnold or Simmons might start.


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Not sure if he will or not. The Irish definitely will and I’d be willing to bet that our 23 will not be identical.
Just because they win does not mean they cannot be better.


No shit - just the changes you’re suggesting aren’t any better, and quite possibly be worse.

Coleman may be injured anyway, so Arnold or Simmons might start.


Did not see anything about Coleman. Hope he is good to go for this one.
Arnold worse than Rodda? They are both pretty good.


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Not sure who you might have in there instead of the Reds players. Arnold and Hanigan were not available last week then Rodda and Timu took full advantage of the opportunity.
I give you that it was a surprise to see Kerevi over TK and I would still advocate TKs inclusion this week.
BPA was the popular choice at hooker. Tui is a Cheika project and Tupou could not be ignored.

You werent my target by the way
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But its a fair question. The Reds have the talent there in the forwarda. 5 of the starting 8 are Wallabys. One is George Smith. What are the Reds doing?


Don’t hunt lions with a popgun mate.

So why are the Reds so crap?


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Olo wrote:
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Not sure if he will or not. The Irish definitely will and I’d be willing to bet that our 23 will not be identical.
Just because they win does not mean they cannot be better.


No shit - just the changes you’re suggesting aren’t any better, and quite possibly be worse.

Coleman may be injured anyway, so Arnold or Simmons might start.


Did not see anything about Coleman. Hope he is good to go for this one.
Arnold worse than Rodda? They are both pretty good.


Sat out training yesterday apparently. Has been playing with a cracked sternum since last year. He reckons he’ll be right to go on the weekend, but you never know with these things.


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Bindi wrote:
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Not sure if he will or not. The Irish definitely will and I’d be willing to bet that our 23 will not be identical.
Just because they win does not mean they cannot be better.


No shit - just the changes you’re suggesting aren’t any better, and quite possibly be worse.

Coleman may be injured anyway, so Arnold or Simmons might start.


Did not see anything about Coleman. Hope he is good to go for this one.
Arnold worse than Rodda? They are both pretty good.


Sat out training yesterday apparently. Has been playing with a cracked sternum since last year. He reckons he’ll be right to go on the weekend, but you never know with these things.


I thought the sternum thing was a couple of months ago and he was good now. I’m sure a few of those boys pulled up a bit sore.


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Not sure who you might have in there instead of the Reds players. Arnold and Hanigan were not available last week then Rodda and Timu took full advantage of the opportunity.
I give you that it was a surprise to see Kerevi over TK and I would still advocate TKs inclusion this week.
BPA was the popular choice at hooker. Tui is a Cheika project and Tupou could not be ignored.

You werent my target by the way
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But its a fair question. The Reds have the talent there in the forwarda. 5 of the starting 8 are Wallabys. One is George Smith. What are the Reds doing?


Don’t hunt lions with a popgun mate.

So why are the Reds so crap?


9 and 10 awful. Many of the players very young and still learning to gel as a team. There is very little depth among the reserves. Some Wallabies like Higgers just aren’t that good.

This year is however reminding me of Mooeny’s last year - not great results, but a lot of promise.


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Olo wrote:
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Not sure if he will or not. The Irish definitely will and I’d be willing to bet that our 23 will not be identical.
Just because they win does not mean they cannot be better.


No shit - just the changes you’re suggesting aren’t any better, and quite possibly be worse.

Coleman may be injured anyway, so Arnold or Simmons might start.


Did not see anything about Coleman. Hope he is good to go for this one.
Arnold worse than Rodda? They are both pretty good.


Sat out training yesterday apparently. Has been playing with a cracked sternum since last year. He reckons he’ll be right to go on the weekend, but you never know with these things.


I thought the sternum thing was a couple of months ago and he was good now. I’m sure a few of those boys pulled up a bit sore.


Hopefully the Irish are feeling even more pain; Genia easily outperformed Murray due to Murray getting belted IMO.


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Yes, Murray got smashed a few times. The hits from Koroibete and Beale were masterful!
A few of them looked gun shy after the first 20. As the replacements came on they did the same. Even Simmons! I was impressed.


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That hit from Koroibete got me turgid af.

Perfectly times smesh.


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And Coleman was just driving every carnt he could get his hands on into and below the turf.


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TranceNRG wrote:
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It’s pointless re-discussing the merits of the Pooper. Cheika has decided how he wants to play the game and he is all about work rate and accuracy. Unfortunately provincial and test rugby are not the same beast. As with all Wallaby coaches before him, he will live and die by his theories and decisions.

A good big guy will most often top a good little guy, particularly at 6 and 8.


Chika never learns. He'll keep playing his dumb rugby at test level hoping for a different result.

And I agree about the size. Size and physicality matter at test level.


What are your thoughts now? The Pooper outplayed their bigger counterparts and the Wallabies were in their own league when it came to physicality. Or do you disagree?


It wasn't Pooper, it was Pocock. And our lineout was shit.

If we had a good 6 and an 8 I'd start with Pocock at 7 and Hooper on the bench.


If Kefu and Elsom were still playing I’d agree with you. But they aren’t, so unless you can quickly invent a time machine, get on the Poop Train! Choo-choo motherf*cker.


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And Coleman was just driving every carnt he could get his hands on into and below the turf.


Watched the game again - Coleman was terrifying. Even though I knew no one was killed, I still feared for the survival of those oiris pigs on the replay.

Tell you what though, that Irish lock Ryan is the real deal. I was skeptical of all of the ‘next Nobody’ chat pre-game; however he was outstanding in a beaten pack.


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towny wrote:
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And Coleman was just driving every carnt he could get his hands on into and below the turf.


Watched the game again - Coleman was terrifying. Even though I knew no one was killed, I still feared for the survival of those oiris pigs on the replay.

Tell you what though, that Irish lock Ryan is the real deal. I was skeptical of all of the ‘next Nobody’ chat pre-game; however he was outstanding in a beaten pack.


I also thought that fat Boer they have in their pack had a great game.


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And Coleman was just driving every carnt he could get his hands on into and below the turf.


Watched the game again - Coleman was terrifying. Even though I knew no one was killed, I still feared for the survival of those oiris pigs on the replay.

Tell you what though, that Irish lock Ryan is the real deal. I was skeptical of all of the ‘next Nobody’ chat pre-game; however he was outstanding in a beaten pack.


I also thought that fat Boer they have in their pack had a great game.


Yep. I was going to mention that too. He had a blinder.


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Could be the same XXIII this week; however I wouldn't be surprised if the only changes we see this week are to the front row.

Tupou for Kepu
Latu for BPA

Perhaps they'll throw Tui in at 6 to provide more line out options. I really liked the look of Samu when he came on. Hopefully he can get more minutes this week; especially as the Irish pack are going to have blinkers on Pocock. Having said that, we have a plethora of not-tall back-rowers so it's hard to have them all out there at once.

I personally wouldn't like to see it, however Cheika might throw caution to the wind and make bulk changes for this week. For the first time in memory, he's got a full-strength squad to choose from and plenty of players in form.


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BPA to the bench and Latu to start, I reckon.

I dunno. Maybe they'll start Simmo because our lineout was shit.

Definitely think an unchanged team is an excellent idea. Let the cunce gel together.


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BPA to the bench and Latu to start, I reckon.

I dunno. Maybe they'll start Simmo because our lineout was shit.

Definitely think an unchanged team is an excellent idea. Let the cunce gel together.


But the roar is getting louder...

Tupou, Tupou, TUPOU, TOPOU, TUPOU, TUPOU, TUPOU.....


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Not sure who you might have in there instead of the Reds players. Arnold and Hanigan were not available last week then Rodda and Timu took full advantage of the opportunity.
I give you that it was a surprise to see Kerevi over TK and I would still advocate TKs inclusion this week.
BPA was the popular choice at hooker. Tui is a Cheika project and Tupou could not be ignored.

You werent my target by the way
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But its a fair question. The Reds have the talent there in the forwarda. 5 of the starting 8 are Wallabys. One is George Smith. What are the Reds doing?


Don’t hunt lions with a popgun mate.

So why are the Reds so crap?


9 and 10 awful. Many of the players very young and still learning to gel as a team. There is very little depth among the reserves. Some Wallabies like Higgers just aren’t that good.

This year is however reminding me of Mooeny’s last year - not great results, but a lot of promise.


Good halves would have made a massive difference this year. Would love to have seen what Cooper could do behind this Reds pack.


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would love to see Old Man George play international rugby again, any team will pick him right now if international eligibility rules were different..


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would love to see Old Man George play international rugby again, any team will pick him right now if international eligibility rules were different..


If the eligibility rules allowed a 100 test Australian citizen who plays for an Australian team in Australia for another nation........ Australia has dibs on Duane Vermeulen and Kieren Reid.


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towny wrote:
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would love to see Old Man George play international rugby again, any team will pick him right now if international eligibility rules were different..


If the eligibility rules allowed a 100 test Australian citizen who plays for an Australian team in Australia for another nation........ Australia has dibs on Duane Vermeulen and Kieren Reid.


What's he talkin bout?


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would love to see Old Man George play international rugby again, any team will pick him right now if international eligibility rules were different..


If the eligibility rules allowed a 100 test Australian citizen who plays for an Australian team in Australia for another nation........ Australia has dibs on Duane Vermeulen and Kieren Reid.


What's he talkin bout?


George Smith playing for another country I think.

He was just paying him a compliment - it's a slow day on the bored so I jumped in and kicked him. That's how I roll.


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And Coleman was just driving every carnt he could get his hands on into and below the turf.


Watched the game again - Coleman was terrifying. Even though I knew no one was killed, I still feared for the survival of those oiris pigs on the replay.

Tell you what though, that Irish lock Ryan is the real deal. I was skeptical of all of the ‘next Nobody’ chat pre-game; however he was outstanding in a beaten pack.


I also thought that fat Boer they have in their pack had a great game.



The quickest waddler I have ever seen. Faster than Matt Dunning, even.


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Interesting how some are posting like we have won the Bled and all our issues of the last ten years are behind us.
If that's how the Wallabies are thinking they will get potatoed.
I'm sure they are not but a game plan of just Foley on a stick with high ball wont be enough.


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Interesting how some are posting like we have won the Bled and all our issues of the last ten years are behind us.
If that's how the Wallabies are thinking they will get potatoed.
I'm sure they are not but a game plan of just Foley on a stick with high ball wont be enough.


Hey! Here he is! The rugby guru!!

You don't think the Wallabies can improve? You don't think there's another gear? What I would like you to address is the brutality and physical domination that was handed out by a team that contained the Pooper. You must have been thrilled, right?


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fudge Grevious, it must be exhausting being so relentlessly pessimistic all the time.


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fudge Grevious, it must be exhausting being so relentlessly pessimistic all the time.


Wallabies play poorly = I told you so
Wallabies play well = pfft, that meant nothing

Loves the game, though. :thumbup:


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I think Arnold might come right into the starting side. He’s a bit bigger than Rodda, loves to put on big hits, go for a trot and to take lineout ball. Send him out there for 55 minutes and then bring on Rodda or Simmons.


I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.


Have you watched Arnold play this year? He’s probably been the form Aus lock in the Soup...

His all round game has been superb - he was the top Aussie lineout taker prior to suspension, he possesses a strong ball running/offload game, kills mauls and has been smashing folks in tackles and rucks for fun...

Having said that, I would be wary of tinkering with the squad but could see him either swap with Rodda, or more likely Tui on the bench.


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I think Arnold might come right into the starting side. He’s a bit bigger than Rodda, loves to put on big hits, go for a trot and to take lineout ball. Send him out there for 55 minutes and then bring on Rodda or Simmons.


I'd pick Rodda over Arnold. Rodda is the future.


Have you watched Arnold play this year? He’s probably the form Aus lock in the Soup...

His all round game has been superb - he was the top Aussie lineout taker prior to suspension, he possesses a strong ball running/offload game, kills mauls and has been smashing folks in tackles and rucks for fun...

Having said that, I would be wary of tinkering with the squad but could see him either swap with Rodda, or more likely Tui on the bench.


I'd be happy with Arnold to come into the team. Reckon he'll grab Simmo's bench seat if Cheika sticks with the 6/2 bench.

Australia has quality depth at 1,3,4 & 5. This is weird.... A few years ago we had Pek Cowan at LHP with Nathan Sharpe up his limited arse.


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:lol:

What a dribbler.


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What a dribbler.


Hey, here's the guru who thinks numbers on the backs matter. That game must have pissed you off to no end. Meanwhile, Pocock packed at 8 in the scrum.... did this make you angry?

Perhaps you didn't notice.....

By the way, pre-game I pretty much told you what the team would be. Why do you think that I've somehow lost my touch for this week? ;)


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