My take on the test

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Jul 07, 2024, 13:13

We always looked the more dominant side but failed to drive that home.

So much for Pollard being our kicking saviour - bet Manie had a little smile on his face

Willie was great as was Kolisi and PSDT

Most disappointing for me was Faf, he was not nearly assertive enough at the base. Seemed to be distracted not committed to doing the basics right at the base. Assert yourself at the base and distribute - too many fumbles, lack of precision, indecision and a failure to assert himself

As good as Kriel was at 13 I want to see the return of Am - silkiness, skill and rugby intelligence

Start Williams, RG and Roos

Jul 07, 2024, 13:24

Start Williams, RG and Roos. 

Nou praat jy!

ps You forget to add Sacha

Jul 07, 2024, 14:50

No Pollard is a class act - bring Sacha in against the lesser nations

Jul 08, 2024, 00:15

Pollard was our savior, Manie needs to win a match of importance before he can smile. Against Glasgow he made 1 kick and missed 4. A natural choker.

Jul 08, 2024, 10:15

Pollard’s goal kicking was crap

Jul 08, 2024, 13:29

The funny thing with Pollard is in between WC years he drops to 50% kicking success rate and then at WC he goes to 100% ….so give Manie that chance again and have pollard of the bench or Sasha with Manie in the starting lineup.

Jul 08, 2024, 13:54

All these kickers have very similar career kicking percentages so saying Libbok fails is a load of shit for if that is the case then Pollard proved the same on Saturday

Jul 08, 2024, 14:07

Libbok has become the latest dartboard.

Jul 08, 2024, 14:11

Pinch of salt stuff given how shit PSDT, Kolisi and de Allende prove to be test after test !!!!

Jul 08, 2024, 14:14

He doesn’t deserve to be a Dartboard… he should atleast get another shot even if it’s of the bench for second test.

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