Upsets, close calls and surprise decisions. It sure was an interesting weekend in the wide world of sports.
Today lets start with Rugby Union. So much to talk about here. First lets talk about the big news that has just happened. The Wallabies squad has just been named and first once you went through the line up, you go ok no surprises there, but once you take a second look you realise that one of Australia’s best players, Quade Cooper, has been left out of the squad. Now, I’m not sure if this is the best decision by Robbie Deans, I suppose time will tell. Finally, Go the Fucking REBELS! I don’t think many people gave them a chance this weekend, but the Rebels upset the Stormers and came away with their first win against a South African Club.
Yes there are some very interesting matches coming up this weekend. We can’t fucking wait for it all to begin.
Where does it all start? It starts this Friday when the West Coast Eagles take on North Melbourne over in Perth. After a slow start to the season for both sides, this will make for a very interesting game. Of course most of the hype surrounding the game is over the possible match up between Majak Daw and Nic Naitanui. And if Majak plays just as good as he did last week, well you can bet your bottom dollar that the Kanga’s will have a fucking great shot of winning the match.
Another great weekend of sport we just had, so many great matches. There’s a lot to talk about, so lets get a move on.
Let’s start off with some action from the UK. Sunday morning our time, we got to witness some giant killing. The FA Cup had Wigan take on one of the super clubs Manchester City. No one really gave Wigan much of a chance of winning. But they came through with the goods and took the Cup home.
The weekend is almost upon us, which means, it’s time talk about what you should be looking out for in the wide world of sport.
Let’s start with some congratulations. Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson has announced he shall retire at the end of the season. Love him or hate him, Sir Alex is one hell of a coach. We bet the rest of the premier league sides are very happy with the news, because maybe now they might have a better shot at winning more titles.