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Public Address 03/12/08 - Rattue's Return

Public Address 03/12/08 - Rattue's Return

The Return | Dec 03, 2008 09:53
Hadyn Green yells. A lot.
Super busy today so just a quick note that Rattue has returned and with some great lines like: The most significant achievement by far during this series was Australia's ability, under Robbie Deans, to pull back from the brink of a disaster that was facing the sport across...
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Analyse This | Dec 02, 2008 09:43
Hadyn Green yells. A lot.
So we finished the "Grand Slam". We knocked off, in varying fashions, two poor teams, one mediocre team and one good team (I'll let you decide which was which). Where to from here? First of all a two-finger salute and a raspberry to Chris Rattue and all of the other Robbie Deans fan club members.
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