GREAT writers have stretched tales of heroic defeat out into sprawling epics that will last for centuries, but Leeds and
The fog of battle has cleared over
“We let in too many points – 32 points in a semi-final of a World Cup is crap.
“It’s a real honour to play for
Perhaps mindful of how
“You need to be smarter and more skilfull.” opined McGuire. Yes, and you need to stop using moisturiser on your hands before games as well, you ponce.
• CONTINUING this week’s cheerful theme, it’s our sad duty to report that League fans are unable to shrug off the NZ debacle by saying ‘oh well, at least we’re still good at
Martin Johnson tore his hair out on the bench as
The Australian fans celebrated wildly, enjoying their brief moment of respite before
Wonderkid Danny Cipriani was as sickeningly optimistic as a kids TV presenter on happy pills, saying: “Just a few tweaking things and I think the
Cipriani’s attitude must be called into question.
If he’s going to keep his place he’s going to have to work on being dull, functional and pessimistic. It’s the English way, after all.
• GOOD news at last.
It sounds like the lazy Boks aren’t going to turn up.
“Sometimes it’s very, very difficult to motivate yourself to stand up and just go on and on and on,” yawned coach Pieter de Villiers, speaking to reporters from a luxurious four-poster bed.
“It’s always the biggest challenge in rugby to get motivated.”
At this point he rolled over and started snoring, and we had to poke him several times to wake him up. “I’m so glad the year’s done,” he murmured before dropping off again.