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After watching the Springboks getting agonisingly close to beating both Australia and New Zealand, the disappointment and anger have worn off. Clear thoughts are slowly emerging from the red mist of frustration and disappointment as yet more inconsistent performances from the Springboks were evident.
The common and most simplistic view of optimism versus pessimism can be seen with the beholder being either a glass-half-full or a glass-half-empty kind of person.
This coming Saturday will provide us the first insight into what might transpire later this year during the Rugby World Cup.
By the time the 2011 Rugby World Cup came around Pieter de Villiers had all but given full control of the Springbok game plan and selections over to John Smit, Victor Matfield and Foure du Preez.
Ok, let’s face it, apart from having the ability to recite almost any statistic in South African cricket, I am very low on the totem pole when it comes to being knowledgeable about the game.
Since the November Tests of last year I have been pondering referee interpretations and the tactics teams will come up with prior to the Rugby World Cup.