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Ripper

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Here's a snapshot of me and Sambad in Cuba Street when we heard the news.

WWWWWWWWWWWAAAAHHHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
 
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sambãd5

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haha so true. so very true.

i really can understand why the brumbies kicked him out, with the resulting championship following. hes a prick, and imo - the longevity of a club really does fall on how well the squad is as mates, and you dont need a ******** like david running the show.
 
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candybum

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hehw but worse news followed when they even said Greg Cooper (blues assistant coach, former Highlanders coach) was a real contender to take over the Blues coaching next year! Aw novice to that imo
 
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Ripper

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Snapshot of Me and Sambad lining up for a bus to Auckland. Next Stop, Greg Coopers House.
 
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Gay-Guy

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The Blues only win when there is an Aucklander in charge. You need an Aucklander is understands the psyche of Aucklanders to get the best out of them. Unlike the Crusaders the Blues strength is not to be found in focussing on the team before the individual. The Blues have played their best when they play like Aucklanders...when they are ARROGANT! The Blues players already think they are hot stuff...even if at times they are not....they just need a coach who can tap into that and enhance it properly...it is like stroking the egos etc. When these outside coaches come in and tell the Blues to think of the team ahead of themselves they are losing the franchises biggest strength. Henry realised this and spent a lot of time focussing on flashy patterns and moves on defence and attack. The flashier things are the more the Blues come alive. If you taper them and tell them to play with less panache then hey fall into a rut of boredom and become very average.

So the franchise needs to look within itself for the next coach as in they need to get an AUCKLANDER!
 
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and there is no f**king chance Cooper is getting the job.

The Blues are likely to stick within the region when they appoint a new head coach for the 2009 Rebel Sport Super 14 season and beyond.

Auckland coach Pat Lam looms as the front-runner to replace the soon to be departed David Nucifora and Blues chief executive Andy Dalton says it is an advantage to appoint from within the franchise. He says they have some good candidates through Auckland, North Harbour and Northland and he hopes they put their names forward.

Dalton says he has talked to Lam, Wayne Pivac and Mark Anscombe throughout the process and while all three are interested in the position, it remains to be seen whether they will apply. He is hoping to make an appointment by July once they have concluded a review of the current season.
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