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I’ve seen enough ...
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....

If you went into this that high expectations, that's on you. Come back end of the season, i think the chiefs will be close to unbeatable.
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:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Sprig wrote:....

If you went into this that high expectations, that's on you. Come back end of the season, i think the chiefs will be close to unbeatable.
You think I’m overreacting only 20 minutes into the season? Don’t be ridiculous
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... hold on a sec
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As sure as day turns into night Garland will fail at souper rugby. He always gets the intensity and insults right for a few one offs but no way anybody could either a) keep that up for a season or b) anybody be arsed listening to him for a season. Also the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
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Reminds me of start of last season when the call was to sack Cooper.
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naki wrote:... hold on a sec
Back in!
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EverReady wrote:As sure as day turns into night Garland will fail at souper rugby. He always gets the intensity and insults right for a few one offs but no way anybody could either a) keep that up for a season or b) anybody be arsed listening to him for a season. Also the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
Well that explains his prior success in New Zealand and for Wasps then :lol: :lol: :lol:

Alternatively Gatland teams often start off slow and he expects late finishes on fitness. Now the score :lol:
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He can survive for another week
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EverReady wrote:As sure as day turns into night the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
Harsh but :lol: :lol:
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naki wrote:He can survive for another week
:lol:
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What was i thinking - Gatland out!!!
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EverReady wrote:As sure as day turns into night the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
From a citizen of a nation, living in fear of Caravan dwellers.
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*waits 36hrs*

Can we have him back?
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EverReady wrote:Also the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
I was going to knee jerk a rebuke but then dark-cloud-enveloped-images of polling booths tickered through my mind as if an angry chimp was spinning the projector wheel of shame.
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Plato'sCave wrote:
EverReady wrote:Also the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
I was going to knee jerk a rebuke but then dark-cloud-enveloped-images of polling booths tickered through my mind as if an angry chimp was spinning the projector wheel of shame.
I'm on your side really. When the bombs start going off in Swansea you can stay in my shed
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EverReady wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
EverReady wrote:Also the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
I was going to knee jerk a rebuke but then dark-cloud-enveloped-images of polling booths tickered through my mind as if an angry chimp was spinning the projector wheel of shame.
I'm on your side really. When the bombs start going off in Swansea you can stay in my shed
Merthyr and Ebbw Vale. :x

I'm not saying there has been a brain drain from the valleys in the past 40 years or so but...
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naki wrote:I’ve seen enough ...
well u are a moron.

/proven.
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Highlights. Remember Gatland has 100% record in Super Rugby right now.... :nod:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nsq5rJaxzNw
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Nice to see some boshing and tries scored from 2m out for a change.
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Honest question kiwis.

Gatland / Foster?

I know who I’d choose.
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naki wrote:I’ve seen enough ...
Every time you've turned your back on a team they've become successful. Now your power works even mid game. Turn your back on NZ and give the country the chance it deserves.
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Yourmother wrote:Honest question kiwis.

Gatland / Foster?

I know who I’d choose.
Don't want either but if that's the stark choice I'd take Gatland anyday.
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comets wrote:
naki wrote:I’ve seen enough ...
well u are a moron.

/proven.
It’s not my fault you don’t get it
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booji boy wrote:
Yourmother wrote:Honest question kiwis.

Gatland / Foster?

I know who I’d choose.
Don't want either but if that's the stark choice I'd take Gatland anyday.
Indeed.

Maybe Fozzie is a master stroke by NZRFU to condition us to accepting and begging for Gatland in 2 years, with assistant and then successor Razor.
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EverReady wrote:As sure as day turns into night Garland will fail at souper rugby. He always gets the intensity and insults right for a few one offs but no way anybody could either a) keep that up for a season or b) anybody be arsed listening to him for a season. Also the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
Garland plays for BOP in ITM cup has got a Super contract :D , but thought this thread was about Gatland the coach :nod:
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Dan54. wrote:
EverReady wrote:As sure as day turns into night Garland will fail at souper rugby. He always gets the intensity and insults right for a few one offs but no way anybody could either a) keep that up for a season or b) anybody be arsed listening to him for a season. Also the Welsh mind is particularly fragile so could be easily manipulated
Garland plays for BOP in ITM cup has got a Super contract :D , but thought this thread was about Gatland the coach :nod:
They are both shite
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Yourmother wrote:Honest question kiwis.

Gatland / Foster?

I know who I’d choose.
Gatland seven days a week and twice on Sundays.
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Yourmother wrote:
booji boy wrote:
Yourmother wrote:Honest question kiwis.

Gatland / Foster?

I know who I’d choose.
Don't want either but if that's the stark choice I'd take Gatland anyday.
Indeed.

Maybe Fozzie is a master stroke by NZRFU to condition us to accepting and begging for Gatland in 2 years, with assistant and then successor Razor.
:lol: But at what cost? Losses to Wales for the first time since 1953, losing the Bledisloe Cup for the first time since 2002, losses to Argentina and Scotland?
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booji boy wrote:
Yourmother wrote:
booji boy wrote:
Yourmother wrote:Honest question kiwis.

Gatland / Foster?

I know who I’d choose.
Don't want either but if that's the stark choice I'd take Gatland anyday.
Indeed.

Maybe Fozzie is a master stroke by NZRFU to condition us to accepting and begging for Gatland in 2 years, with assistant and then successor Razor.
:lol: But at what cost? Losses to Wales for the first time since 1953, losing the Bledisloe Cup for the first time since 2002, losses to Argentina and Scotland?
What price are you willing to pay to replace Fozzie?
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naki is the biggest flake.

Turned on the Canes and Cheifs.

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Wilderbeast wrote:
booji boy wrote:
Yourmother wrote:
booji boy wrote:
Yourmother wrote:Honest question kiwis.

Gatland / Foster?

I know who I’d choose.
Don't want either but if that's the stark choice I'd take Gatland anyday.
Indeed.

Maybe Fozzie is a master stroke by NZRFU to condition us to accepting and begging for Gatland in 2 years, with assistant and then successor Razor.
:lol: But at what cost? Losses to Wales for the first time since 1953, losing the Bledisloe Cup for the first time since 2002, losses to Argentina and Scotland?
What price are you willing to pay to replace Fozzie?
That's a tough one. If he scrapes through with mediocre results I reckon they will retain him through to 2023. The results will have to be really shocking to replace him.
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Yeah I’m pretty sure that we’re going to have to take on board either some massive losses and/or sustained mediocrity to change coaches.
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I’m willing to take losses to lose this clown. Just make it quick. ie this year.
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Gatland OUT on the town getting free blowies on Victoria Street is what I meant
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Doing burn-outs on Seddon Road in a stolen WRX...
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How many games has Gats lost?
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c69 wrote:How many games has Gats lost?
I hardly think that’s relevant
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He was the dogs nuts at Wasps
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