- Jun 1, 2014
Two days on and I'm still having nightmares about that box kick. Nic White should have quit, not Ewen Mackenzie.
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In a sign of confidence one of my NZ suppliers has booked his return journey after the last game has been played. I guess he is thinking positively.
Whats a chock?Because the all blacks have a tendency to chock.
Whats a chock?
Seriously though, yes there is some ancient history of choking, but you need to go back over 10 years to find a serious example. Whereas the Wallabies talk a good game but haven't seriously threatened that top of the world ranking since 2005 (bring back John Eales). So aside from the satisfaction it give to sledge the Kiwis (and yes I know they have been known to react) the reality is that its the Wallabies who haven't lived up to expectation for a long LONG time.
Maybe it because despite at the "positivity" we don't really expect them to win.
PS. Going to the Wallabies launch this week, at least that should be fun.
I guess that depends on who it is that surrounds you. Personally I agree with you but there of plenty of others who have drank the "cool-aid" of the positivity coming from the Wallabies camp and seem to genuinely have believed the Wallabies will win.You can't really claim there's been any expectation for the wallabies to win for a long time. A choke is when it's there's to take, and they don't win. The wallabies have never really been in that situation, even with Eales.