Sunday , May 16 2021

Chris Rattue: Come on Steve Hansen, Sir Graham Henry Nailing It's all the 2019 Black Rugby World Cup problem

Let's play the association game.

All the black blind. Quick now. Give us the name.

Unnamed: Ahhhhhhhhhhh … ummmmmmmmmm.

In other words, the winning World Cup Sir Graham Henry is absolutely right.

"If you look at all the blacks now, obviously they'll miss Damien [McKenzie] But the only other position is probably six, where they did not really find the substitute for the Rummy Cayenne, "Henry told sports radio last week.

All Black selectors have fiddled around with their World Cup number six, the injury status with Liam Squire though.

There is tension in the air every time Sir Graham says something that does not completely complement Steve Hansen of all blacks.

This is due back to Sir Graham's claim that rugby was a bit boring because of endless all the black victories.

International sports is a tough arena, wins are hard won, and I am not surprised that Hansen chanted on the comment. He responded immediately after a short time, without naming him.

But this time, Sir Graham is absolutely right, although Hansen is "out of the ordinary," according to one report, to a rather similar but perfectly accurate observation.

The Blacks are still in excellent position to win the World Cup. They have developed beautifully in some areas, but preparations for this tournament are far from perfect.

The pursuit of the Blues Bloc Akira Yuan, who somehow drifted into a basic day class, must be investigated because of its unstable shape.

Yuan was shocking against the Wilders on the last trip, and managed to get through any super rugby collision without making one to run decent with the ball.

Perhaps they too supported the wrong horse with the resources of Angus Tau, whose headless weaknesses were brutally exposed.

If versatility was his business card, then Taavao simply could not be an option for the World Cup as the supporter covering both sides, the role held today (probably) by baker Tuungafasi.

There are other issues.

The third half is not fully tested, a situation which has been shadow by hunting for the first fifth of the fifth.

With form of Aaron Smith having wavered post-event toilet, and remember that Tawera Kerr-Barlow overtook TJ Perenara for number two position during the last World Cup, the third half is not a point.

Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi is not even the first halfback of the Chips and gets limited playing time, despite his fast transition to running and holding plenty of options. With the World Cup close to it, it looks raw.

And the fight over the New York Times. 12 became a mess, one concerning me like blind blind riddle.

The aging Nelson Bill Williams almost never plays, poor Ryan Crotty just suffered from the other head, the gifted Anton Liner-Brown has no advantage in the clashes and he performed better as a bench bench player, Ngani Laumape does not really kick, and despite the public cinema Mano Nono shows his age.

There remained a significant question in the outer back, when Waisake Naholo struggled for form and fitness, despite the brutal Crusader Sevu Reece burst into the frame.

There are more than a number of aspects, especially the brilliant development of the Gudhoyo Center, the Rico Yuan Wing, the old Cody Taylor, locking Scott Barrett and the liberated Karl Toynkapa to join the rise of her grandfather.

The sheer energy of her grandfather is amazing, as we saw again when he created and finished a long range to try the hurricanes against the heads. He is a hurricane of one man in hurricanes.

But for a country that has turned all its resources into all the blacks, whose tour parties are so big that they have to pay excess baggage to people, the build-up to the 2019 tournament in Japan can not be rated as a completely successful exercise.

And that's what she's going. Trainers and selectors deal with many variables, and they do not always outweigh them.

But the fact is, there are some too loose.

Return to original point: Shannon Friesel V Vaa Pipita v Scott Burt v Tom Robinson v Jackson Hemopo is a fascinating blind blind discussion, but it takes place a little too close to the tournament for convenience.

None of the above has even been established remotely from their blind certification at the Super Rugby level.The hole left in the hands of the great Cayenne Ruminant is essentially a hole, given Squire's weaknesses.Kayeno, Elliott Dixon, Squire, Pipita and Friesel have all started testing since the 2015 victory .

So yes, this is a situation where New Zealand rugby has played.

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