Tipsy McStagger Roar Rookie

Tipsy McStagger

Roar Rookie

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My drinking team has a rugby problem

Member Since:
 
October 2017
Based In:
 
Armidale, NSW, Down Under
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Australia finally have a master plan – now they must abandon it

Australia finally have a master plan – now they must abandon it

2 Mar 2018

After watching the first full round of Super Rugby this past weekend, it became clear the Australian teams have now adopted the 1-3-3-1 attacking structure, as used by the Wallabies.

Is Cheika’s attack stuck in the past?

Is Cheika's attack stuck in the past?

25 Jan 2018

The Wallabies brains trust have publicly refused to adopt the 2-4-2 attacking structure that has been so successfully used by the All Blacks and have instead conjured up the ‘Australian way’, which is basically the 1-3-3-1 attacking structure. But is this really the Australian way?

Show me the players to bring Australia the 2019 World Cup

Show me the players to bring Australia the 2019 World Cup

18 Jan 2018

In my rather short Roar career, I have a had a decent crack at the Wallabies ‘brains trust’ because of the attacking and defensive structures they employ. In doing so, I have also had a decent crack at their selections.

Deconstructing the All Blacks’ defence

Deconstructing the All Blacks' defence

17 Jan 2018

The rush defence trialled by the Hurricanes in Super Rugby was basically a testing ground for the All Blacks brains trust before they implemented it with the national team – of this I am almost sure.

Can the Wallabies master that deadly combination?

Can the Wallabies master that deadly combination?

13 Jan 2018

I have previously preached the gospel of the 2-4-2 attacking system used by the New Zealand teams, and now I’m going to reminisce on the three vital cogs without which it just couldn’t work and ask: “Do the Wallabies have those same cogs?”.

Preaching the 2-4-2

Preaching the 2-4-2

13 Jan 2018

In a previous thread on an article written by Steiner about the Wallabies 1-3-3-1 attacking structure I had a bit of a rant about my admiration for the 2-4-2 attacking structure used by the All Blacks and their provincial teams.