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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by tookey, Aug 10, 2012.
The souths bubble has just burst
Can we unban the Souths trolls and see if they are going to post anything???? rofl
Ahh to be fair this match was probably good for Souths, i think they are still in the mix
The good thing is, we can probably start to believe that we are too.
I agree, it's ALWAYS good for souffs to lose
You could sense from the Gus/Sterlo Roadshow comments (at the end) that they were convinced that Manly are the real deal again. I couldn't fathom their earlier (1st half) commentary. Praising Souths defence when they had spent 2/3 of the 1st half at Manly's end. Hello? What about Manly's defence in holding them out?
I thought I was the only one wondering that.
Souffs had very little. Hardly made a break. Only scored through a lucky kick. They just tried to hang in. They are better than previous years but will have to wait a little longer to play a GF.
All those big names and they were totally OWNED. Never really looked a threat.
you've got to remember it's not about manly- it's all about souffs. did you notice the intro for the game on ch9 tonight- all about souffs.
Once again, great minds were thinking alike Bob.
They had very little because we defended really well and made them look overrated how many runs did Burges have, was he even on the field? Maybe he should of taken that guilty plea it didn't do him any good.
Of course, the powers that be have been licking their lips in anticipation of a huge ratings pay off.
Must be a bit tricky for Darren now, he might have to sleep on the couch tonight.
jase will be in no mood for action tonite
The first SMH story, great title: http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/league-news/runaway-rabbitohs-caught-in-manlys-headlights-20120810-240b9.html
Thanks Phantar. Good account of the game and their shame. Worthy of Home Page status and I'll put it up
Then its kismet. Jason also sleeps on the couch.
We suffer without Brett at the back.. they are a different story with Inglis back and Everingham in the centres.
But we're a different story with a fit and firing Matai in the centres as well.