For the vast majority of 535 minutes this Super Rugby season, Daryl Gibson’s Waratahs have left their fans blinking in disbelief watching basic rugby fundamentals ignored – passing, catching, support play, tackling, and lack of aggression.
Eddie Jones and Michael Cheika are kindred spirits, both have thick myrtle green blood flowing through their veins, the best attacking blood in world rugby.
There’s something radically wrong with Kieran Foran’s exciting Eels roster, and their even more excited fans, paying the penalty for the sins of the Parramatta Board.
Even though both codes have rugby in their name, they are vastly different sports requiring vastly different rules and vastly different tactics.
In 2009, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was the popular President of Brazil who had lifted his country to become the world’s eighth largest economy.
John Bertrand is the guiding light with the Australian swimming team poised for a potential gold rush at the Rio Olympics.