"The second issue is that I referred to a master game plan developed by Erasmus and mentioned by Swys de Bruin on TV which contained basically the same issues as mentioned in the above report. Fact is their is a sound game plan - but the players has much more freedom to use their natural talent than they ever had under previous coaches - who either had no real game plans and if they had implemented same with total disregard to individuality and talents of players."
You see Blue? He just cannot help himself. He cannot bask in the World Cup win, so has to fish for another argument. He wants to get personal. It's who he is at heart: bitter, vengeful, spiteful and self-absorbed.
Now, to the task at hand. Lügnerin, you once used Willie as proof that Meyer limited the talent of he possessed. You also used Pollard. I think Willie is a great starting point, as he is the connector of our attack. If we play expansively, it will show up in his numbers. Every film breakdown I have done - of all of his games - has shown this to be true. What was Willie's output in 2015?
Where was the attacking prowess of Willie under Rassie? As we see from the team possession stat, Meyer's Boks were more inclined to keep hold of the ball. It's remarkably lopsided. I've already posted information concerning the RC stats of every season of the competition, breaking down the rankings of each statistical category, placing them in context of their opponents. I've uncovered just about everything. What is your point of refutation? You've been horribly out-gunned. Why you chose to return to this beaten argument remains a mystery.
Rassie has not improved our backplay, rather, he has regressed it. In fact, as poor as Coetzee's reign was, his 2017 season saw the last good output of attack. Damian had, statistically, the best season of his career. Why not under Rassie? If you truly are the clever man you think you are, you'll abandon this tiresome mess of an agenda, a hateful and bitter agenda, and stay down.