ALL BLACKS TRAIN WRECK – MAJOR CLEAN OUT NEEDED NOW

All Blacks rugby sank to a new low in the early hours of Sunday morning when the Springboks comprehensively beat them 26-10 at Mbombela Stadium in South Africa.

 

All Blacks rugby sank to a new low in the early hours of Sunday morning when the Springboks comprehensively beat them 26-10 at Mbombela Stadium in South Africa.
ALL BLACKS FAILING TO FIRE .

Another unwanted record for Ian Foster’s team, the biggest defeat ever in the 94 years the two great rivals have played each other and the final scoreline was actually flattering to the All Blacks who were cleaned out in most departments.

This comes on top of successive defeats to Ireland and France in Europe last year and a first ever series loss to Ireland in New Zealand last month. This is without doubt the poorest All Blacks team of the professional era because in 1998 when they lost five successive matches under John Hart’s regime, at least on most of those occasions they were in with a real chance of winning until the finish.

This side is a shambles, poorly selected, poorly coached and captained by a player, Sam Cane who should not even be in the team. Coach Foster must be delusional if he rates Sunday’s performance as one of the most improved of the season. His tiresome same old cliche comments are just that, tired.

CAPTAIN IN WAITING - Ardie Savea

Foster will be gone by this time next week and Ardie Savea will be captain, but getting Scott Robertson in as head coach immediately is a lot more difficult than it sounds.

I’m sure Razor would want his own assistants which could include Blues coach Leon MacDonald. He already has his Crusaders outstanding assistant Jason Ryan there and didn’t his influence shine out with a vastly improved line out drive defence.

I’m presuming Robertson would also want to pick his own support staff including manager so the financial pay-out for New Zealand rugby would be significant, but they brought all this on themselves with incompetent decision making.

Former Marlborough and King Country loose-forward Greg Brimble, now residing in the beautiful New South Wales town of Nowra, joins myself, John Alexander as we try to make sense of what is happening with our once great rugby team.

Interview & Story by John Alexander | Supporting Images sourced by Absolutely Famous. NB: ABSOLUTELY FAMOUS inviting people/business to support us via attractive advertising packages.Contact us jandcalexander@gmail.com or judtones@gmail.com

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