Big mystery question for Dud Allende groupies

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Dec 13, 2021, 19:45

Who was supposed to tackle Marchant to prevent the Quirke try ….there was no overlap …….who was that player lined up on Marchant.

Here’s a hint from JDV’s commentary ‘Damien de Allende stepping in’.

That should be enough for a name… bullshit….just a name.

Dec 13, 2021, 23:12

Moz your inability to comprehend the subtle changes that cause uncertainty in defences is alarming

For you it’s just black and white, ignoring any long passes, dummy runners or angled runs

Oh well

But sticking to black and white

Jantjies man was Smith

DA’s was Slade

Am’s was Marchant

Dec 13, 2021, 23:48

Actually Smith was in the second wing cut out of the movement, a dummy non runner…..the  pass was straight out to Slade. Jantjies immediately knew the first receiver Slade was his man and went up to make the tackle.

Dumb Dud Allende held his position opposite Marchant until the last second and then in one of the dumbest decisions of the season turned in to the tackled player….who was well covered by Jantjies…. leaving Marchant unmarked.

Calling Marchant Am’s man is to pretend he was culpable when he clearly wasn’t. Be honest…..Dud lost the test right there, at that point the Boks had all the momentum.

Dec 14, 2021, 05:28

After the fact Mozart pretends something did happen that never happened but only in his imagination.    What is weird it is always the case with players he personally dislike.   He therefore dream up something weird and then post it on site.    What he post is often the case with circusmatnces which only he discovered and then repeated on site for years afterwards.   

What Mozart see and what is dealt with by experts is vastly different from analysis done of what happened on the field of play.    When what happened for instance in the case of missed tackles by Mostert in tests leading to scoring of 2 tries - one by  the  Argentinians and one by the AB's was outright  nonsense.   Mostert is an extreme poor open-field tackler and because of that  was dropped from the starting team and put on the bench.   The only time he did manage to start in tests afterwards was when De Jager and  Du Toit was not available and even in those cases he was in tests replaced by Kwagga or other players.

Mozart used to provide descriptions he called Morzoscopes on what happened in matches and if ever there was a collection of horseshit about incidents in matches - it was his description of what he believes actually happened.   For instance in the World Cup final the weird thing is a claim by Mozart that the replacement of De Jager by Mostert was the  main reason for the Springboks winning in the final.    The fact is Mostert did not make a single trysaving tackle in the final - the tackles he made was so weak that Dave correctly indicated he in fact missed tackles that were completed by players like Malherbe, Etzebeth, Du Toit  and Pollard in the five minutes the English was unsuccessfully attacking the tryline. 

What is weird is that this type of rubbish is always dreamed up by Mozart in the case of players he dislikes and then presented as facts on site.    If the players he dislikes do anything positive in matches those are just ignored by him and  when pointed out he finds an excuse that the  opposition  failed in matches - he would never credit anybody of good performance that counters his  prejudiced take on players. 

It is in fact worthless that analysts favorably report on what happened in matches  and when pointed out and proven he was wrong he would go quiet   for a while and when he next opportunity arises the horseshit will be repeated.

It happened too many times to be accidental  and in those cases  it will always be the same players he attacks - Du Toit, De Jager and De Allende.             .                       .           

Dec 14, 2021, 06:23

Blah, blah….so who was supposed to tackle Marchant. Dave thinks it was Am which is clearly nonsense…..who do you think Tokkie….give us a name and puleeeze stop whining.

Dec 14, 2021, 07:39

So Jantjies should have chased after a guy running across field who never got the ball (Smith) while a carrier (Slade) ran straight into his channel. Am should have come 5m inside onto Slade leaving a 3 man overlap on the outside, or a huge gap for Smith to run into on the offload. Sounds legit.

DA tackles Marchant, the move dies. If Marchant did get an offload away to Smith, Am was right there to smother it.

This is so clear cut it's not even funny. I'd even be inclined to say England deliberately targeted DA with this move because they know of this weakness. There used to be a video on Youtube showing how Australia targeted DA on the inside back in 2015 I think. Can't find it, but the man has a known defensive weakness that smart teams can exploit.

Dec 14, 2021, 18:15

IF means wise AFTER the F ACT.  If my auntie had balls she would have been my uncle.  It ia amazing how Mozart and you can always be wise after the fact if working out what should have happened and did not happen. 

If De Allende and Du Toit were as bad in defending as Mostert was proven to be - how come he was dropped to the bench and they were not?    However, the players Mozart and you try to discredit is never discredited world wide and respected by real players - even Pollard said De Allende is the best inside center he ever played with and he is selected by the players as the backline player of the year  and even more so  Du Toit was selected by experts as Player of the Year in 2019.    These experts and players have detailed game analysis  of every player  on the field of play and follow everything done by  every player  while he played.   So I rather believe the experts and people with that type of analysis available to them than top peopple sedt on maligning players they are prejudiced against to start with.   

So eat your crow and  enjoy it will it last.   Just do me  favor Mozart  has  repeated the tripe he wrote at least five times before so lets hope he will not repeat it again.          

Dec 14, 2021, 18:16


It was repeated by you enough  times  and every time it was BS.     

Dec 14, 2021, 18:16

Dec 14, 2021, 20:28

I said black and white it was Am but that passage of play was far from black and white which you clearly don’t get Moz

Dec 14, 2021, 21:49

It was black and white….nobody except Allende was lined up on Marchant. Stop lying.

Dec 15, 2021, 08:37


Be honest for a change - did De Allende attempted  or missed an actual tackle on  Marchant?   Was Marchant running at  De Allende?    Then we have the story made up by you as per normal to try to denigrate De Allende.   Miserable to try such junk nonsense to get prejudice sounding reasonable.                

Dec 15, 2021, 17:05

Yes he was running straight at the spot Allende was waiting…..and then for completely inexplicable reasons Dud turned inside……that’s exactly what Jean said in the commentary. It’s plain as day. Stop lying, it’s disgusting.

Dec 15, 2021, 18:06


Sorry -but another lie  has been exposed - Pakie said Marchant was running at an angle - you sad he rana  strait line to where De Allende was before he moved away.    So here we have a new version again.    

By the way you are not exactly impartial when it comes to description of what happened in matches since your prejudice and  player hatred makes you see things  that happened  different from those of anybody else.   I frankly think  their would have been a reason why De Allende  who are a top class defender would move away from a spot.    So kerrp it up - we all know your match descriptions are hopelessly prejudiced BS.     

Dec 15, 2021, 23:23

Clutching at straws Mike….I never said he ‘ran a straight line’. I said ‘ he was running straight at the spot Dud was standing’. That could be at an angle or perpendicularly down the field….both could be straight at a spot. Once again language has baffled you.

I repeat, whose responsibility was it to tackle Marchant. Dave floated the laughable idea it was Am. Who is your fall guy for Dud Allende, barf  it up….or for once on this Board, admit your mistake.

Dec 16, 2021, 04:31

No Mozart 

Playing with words is what you try and bring up here - you are still talking KAK.    It was the same kind of junk you wrote in the past about De Allende and Du Toit.     You were caught lying about similar incidents in the past.    If Du Toit or De Allende were within 5 meters from where another player missed a tackle - they were guilty of the miss by the other player.    Here is a case where you sat down and  claimed for no reason whatsoever De Allende left the spot where he was and where he should in your delirium  have stayed and  the line break would not haver happened.   That while the man was running across the field and not in a straight line.    

This kind of after the fact assumptions  and dreams are exactly why your assessments  are totally useless.       

Dec 16, 2021, 07:19

Mike, you should look at these incidents instead of just accusing everyone of lying.

Image 1 below: Jantjies circled green, DA circled turquoise. Slade carrying circled white, Marchant circled red with line drawn along the exact line he is going to run.

Image 2 below:

Slade (white) about to pass. Jantjies (green) going in for the tackle. Marchant's (red) running line still takes him right past DA (turqouise).  To suggest that he is Am's (purple) man is ridiculous.

Dec 16, 2021, 08:21


Thanks for your photos where the coloring you refer to is bad.  I tried to figure out from the two photo's  and it was clear that what Mozart claim is his standard BS,

To start off with there was a five  versus  four overlap in the situation. and the Springboks defensive system malfunctioned.   The  so-called moving out of position was less than a meter from where De Allende was in the first pic.    So of course De Allende is blamed by him as causing the overlap.    

The so-called weakness of De Allende in defense is standard BS touted by Mozart and you =- so/ take it for what it is worth - misrepresentation is total garage from both of you.   De Allende is regarded as an exceptionally good mid-field defender and the tar5getting him because of poor defense will be laughed of the board if you raise it in responsible rugby discussions.   The players know that and that is why they selected De Allende as the top backline player this year.   Live with it and remain as prejudiced as you are anyway                


Dec 16, 2021, 09:17

Okay, let's do the images numbered and zoomed in a bit.

Image 1 below: Jantjies (1, green), DA (2, turquoise). Slade carrying (3, white), Marchant (4, red) with line drawn along the exact line he is going to run.

Image 2 below:

Slade (3, white) about to pass. Jantjies (1, green) going in for the tackle. Marchant's (4, red) running line still takes him right past DA (2, turqouise).  To suggest that he is Am's (5, purple) man is ridiculous.

Dec 16, 2021, 11:20

BS as per normal - what about the overlap. on the outside and he fact that should Slade be tackled De Allende had to try and get a turnover at the resultant breakdown - something he does often in matches.   Anyway Marchant got the ball by an off-load  late pass and ran into the gap between De Allende and  AM - nearer to Am than to  De Allende  - but Marchant also had two further attacking players on  his outside with only one defender  being to cover the two.      

The line you drew as to the line he was running is baloney - how come Am tried to tackle Marchant if he was nearer to De Allende  than to AM?

In any  way - your take on De Allende's  defense is total BS and prejudice.    

Dec 16, 2021, 11:35

Mike, were not in kindergarten. All your questions can be answered by an objective review of the video footage. Whether you wish to do that is a decision you have to make for yourself.

Dec 16, 2021, 11:44

I have watched the video evidence a number of times  and prejudice against players do not determine what I wrote on site.    

Dec 16, 2021, 12:59

The odd lapse does not define a player...all players make errors in matches...funny that some players are constantly singled out by the one faction and other players by the other gang...South African infighting taken to the next level...ons haat vrede...:D

Dec 16, 2021, 14:23

I have watched the video evidence a number of times

And you still think Am was closer to Marchant than DA? Bwaha.

Ja wat Draad, lekker om so oor en weer kak te praat :D

Dec 16, 2021, 14:46

Whatever DA did or not do, he left a big gaping hole in our backline which resulted in the England try. Don’t understand why DA is standing so close to Jantjies? Usually when your backline get ready to defend, you spread out and mark your man. Communication between DA and Jantjies was maybe not what it should be, but Jantjies atleast marked his opposition lined up with him. Anycase let us hope our backline defence and organisation gets better, so it does not happen again.

Dec 16, 2021, 15:31

If Itoje didn't rip the ball from Am, the 2nd try would not have happened...why not blame Am for the loss? That's where things started to get difficult for the Bokke....

Going trough a particular player's match with a fine comb to pin some blame on him for something he did or didn't do is is denying it happened too. Players make mistakes all the time...there's no such thing. as a perfect match for any player...who's to replace DdA if he's not good enough? Based on what evidence?

Dec 16, 2021, 19:04

Bwhhhaaaahaaaa the images clearly show that it’s not DA lined up with Marchant

What a joke

So it was black and white hey?

Smith was not running a dummy line

The 9 did not throw a long pass to his 12 instead of his 10

Slade never angled his run towards DA

Marchant did not run a great line

Yep it was soooooo black and white - rugby is such a simple game

Dec 17, 2021, 02:44

The point is not that Dud is defined by this mistake….there have been many other examples. The point is this was a disastrous blunder, it basically lost the game….yet the Dud groupies insist he had a great game. 

Incredibly faced with graphic evidence a 5year old wouldn’t misinterpret….they pretend it was confusing. 

To have any scrap of credibility theseDud groupies should admit he was culpable. They can’t and maintain the fiction he had a great game. You don’t have a great game when you have made the biggest defensive mistake  of the test. 

It’s black and white two players line up on 2 English players….Jantjies did  his job….Dud didn’t and not for the first time. And these liars have the gall to claim those that point out the obvious are lying

Of all the attempts to spin a lie in all the years on these Boards this is perhaps the most cynical.

Dec 17, 2021, 08:05

This blunder was manufactured by you and nobody else.    That type of idiocy has been part and parcel of your posts and when players like De Allende and Du Toit did well and is recognized worldwide as top players - you carry on as if you are the only real match performance evaluator.

You do not eve have at your disposal the  detailed  performance record of  each player in every test they played that real experts have.    You base your evaluation on what you c0onsidered  to be the facts and on selective usage of part of the limited stats provided  by ESPN added to which your own prejudiced and highly unethical  descriptions of what happened. 

You selectg some really poor players and then lied when they failed to perform and  when your descriptions are challenged and thought to be cleared up you return with the same garbage again after months.    If merit has anything to do with what you wrote people may believe part of your findings - but every player you write glorifying them went on for years after they should have been dropped.    Your mania about retaining failed players that should have been dropped from the  Springbok team because they became under-performers due to aging is legendary. 

Your farcical attacks on Erasmus as coach bordered on rugby insanity and total lack of rugby knowledge.    You never once criticized the defective failed coaches Meyer and Coetzee and started your attacks based on lies  about Erasmus coaching career of the past before he assumed duty.           

Dec 17, 2021, 15:14

"The point is not that Dud is defined by this mistake….there have been many other examples. The point is this was a disastrous blunder, it basically lost the game"

The Poms scored 3 tries and we missed a couple of try scoring opportunities,  but you want to pin the loss on one error by DdA? sports doesn't work like seem to be focusing on the negatives only. Who would you like to replace DdA?

Dec 17, 2021, 20:13

I never once criticized Meyer and Coetzee?

Coetzee has to go

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Sep 25, 2017, 15:39

.....thrice. How many more experts and fans have to say this, how many more huge losses have to be endured....before SA Rugby do what any other sports franchise or business would do......FIRE THE INCOMPETENT!

Dec 17, 2021, 20:19

Draad I’m not asking you to agree with me that Dud wastes great ball and is a poor defensive decision maker. I’m not even asking you to say that he had a poor game.

For the record I’m asking you to agree that he was the only player culpable in Quirke’s try. Just that narrow little bit of honesty.

Dec 18, 2021, 08:22

Not wondering Mozart about last summer.  The attacks on Du Toit started in 2013 when some of us claimed that Meyer is mad to bring back the retired  Matfield to play after his retirement and Du Toit was mentioned as a replacement.   Matfield turned out a disaster when he did come back - and you falsely claimed he was a success.    In the case of De Allende started in 2014 - when he played for the Springboks the first time and the same narrative was used before and especially in 2015.

In the meantime whenever the two players played well you ignore their performances and claimed that it happened  because the opposition made mistakes.  When Mostert buggered up open field tackles leading to tries - the narrative was spread  that the failed tackles when players basically ran through Mostert were due to - guess who - Du Toit.

That kind of BS has been repeated endlessly by you.   But the problem was not Coetzee - it became Erasmus.    The fact was not Coetzee - where you found one post mentioning Coetzee in 18 months - but there has been dozens of attacks on Erasmus since his appointment and it was BS 100% of the time.    Sure - it did not take long for the clubs coached by Meyer and Coetzee  to  find out that they were grossly incompetent - but in the 6 years Meyer and Coetzee was around  as Springbok coaches - one mention of  Coetzee was all you produced.

Sorry Mozart - the fact is you are so prejudiced nobody can take anything serious when it came to you.                


Dec 18, 2021, 11:56

"For the record I’m asking you to agree that he was the only player culpable in Quirke’s try. Just that narrow little bit of honesty."

He probably is culpable...I'll have to watch it in real time to know for sure...DdA is definitely not the "smartest" 12 we ever had, but he's far from the useless plonker some make him out to be. One lapse in defence doesn't define the match...nor does a few over plenty of matches define a career.

Dec 18, 2021, 14:42


The comments Mozart make on site has nothing to do with  players concerned - but rather  comments made by other members about players - especially if they are just coming onto the rugby scene.   He would oppose them  and for the rest of their playing careers try and find evidence  that he was correct all along and the people opposing him are fools.

However, that includes not only rugby players and it is the min reason why he went on the attack against Erasmus - which started the day of  his appointment by SARU in 2018 and is continuing.   \

But it includes cricket and tennis players as well.   There was a recent example where he  mentioned an 18 tear-old  tennis player by the name of Holger Rune from Denmark as a good prospect - and I commented that the 18 year-old  with the best  prospects for the future  is Carlos Alcaraz.    That was enough to set Mozart off and when   Alcaraz lost to Andy Murray in a match about two weeks afterwards he wrote a thread under the following heading:-

 Hahahaha….I just saw Andy Murray

 During the match - which I watched - the commentator said Alcaraz should rather  not have played since he was nursing an injury,   The story came back three weeks later  to bite Mozart  when Alcaraz played Murry again  and gave him a real tennis lesson.   However, you will read  Mozart's stories in future how poor Alcaraz is.  


Dec 18, 2021, 17:33

Close Draad, but you can do better than ‘probably’…..just tell us the truth. If I wanted to read lies I’d actually read one of Mike’s posts who has even thrown tennis players in the mix to try and save Dud’s blushes.

When guys I rate make mistakes I admit them while still supporting the player….Dud fans are so insecure they can’t even admit these two hyped okies make mistakes.

Dec 18, 2021, 19:03

".just tell us the truth"

I'll have to go look for the footage to be able to tell "the truth"....I really try not to lie ever...especially on social media...I don't have an agenda.

Dec 18, 2021, 19:12

You never admitted any mistakes by players you like - you try and cover up their mistakes if anybody mention it by fake reasons or ignore them.   Your other method is to blame other players for the bugger-ups by your favored players.   

Dec 18, 2021, 19:30


I think what Mozart write on sit is aimed more at trying to belittle fellow posters and to prove that they are wrong and he is right. He would pick rugby players supported by Dave and a few other posters and keep on attacking them for years after they became Springboks  - but the same applies to cricket and tennis players. 

For example  he referred to an 18 year-old Danish player called Holger Rune  as playing well againsta match against Djokovic.   I then said I saw Carlos Alcaraz playing in a few matches and he really is the best young prospect I have seen.   That was enough to set Mozart going     


Dec 18, 2021, 20:32

Gosh do you mean players like Wynand Olivier, JJ Englebrecht , Jan Stepfontein, Luke Watson, Taute, Jantjies, Hougaard at 9, Coenie Oosthuizen, Marcel Coetzee, the Deysel twins, Deysel, Marcel van der Merwe, the Duds, Kolisi, Papier, Goosen, Swiel, Ruhan Nel, Schickerling, Waylon Murray, Jaco Kriel, Jessie Kriel, Combrink, EW Viljoen, Francois Venter, Jamba Ulengo, Johan Sadie, Quince Roux?

Thirty failures and with only a little effort I could produce 60.

And according to you I only don’t rate those serial failures because you or Dave have told us they are world beaters? Thirty hyped players you both bought into….and only the Duds and Kolisi have played for the Boks regularly. Well not so regularly Dud Toit is a chronic injury machine.

I simply deconstruct the hype that is South African rugby commentary. By accident that puts me on the opposite side of you and Dave who are always deeply invested in any hyped player. Correlation doesn’t imply causation.

But the list of your failures is actually incredible. I don’t think one could get so many players wrong if one actually tried,

Dec 19, 2021, 06:46

Your list of failed players you touted  is  partly standard BS allegations of players  mentioned on site.    in the case of some players I said they looked good as juniors and should be looked at in future if they remain prosing future prospects.   For the rest their is only one player I really touted and that is Schickerling - a 10 times better lock than Mostert.    

To include Du Toit, De Allende and Kolisi in that list is crazy and showed total prejudice and lack of any rugby kno0wledge on your part.   They were part and played a crucial tole in winning the RWC in 2019.  may experts rate the three as prime contributors to the WC win and experts also picked Du Toit as the World Player of the Year,   

The list if failures you support does not include Morne and Francois Steyn, Mostert. Alberts  and all the fiascos in the Japan and Italian disasters.    You also do not realize that age affect performance of players and when they start to lose  playing abilities you keep touting them as automatic selections - in that failed group is Matfield, Burger and a string of other failures in the 2015 WC squad with its 8 unplayable players included,   

You have again proved that I am correct - your so-calle3d BDS h as nothig to do with performance of players  and everything to do with prejudice against players based oon your mania to retain failures  whose perfor4mances deteriorated and people are to write that on public and aside from that what other members write on site in a desperate effort to discredit the relevant members.      

Dec 19, 2021, 17:51

What a feeble defence of your horrendously poor judgement….there are many others. Remember your passionate support for Vorster? Awwwwgustus?

And here I am watching the Munster first half… ….huge Irish hype telling us how great Allende is. But in the whole first half he beats one poor tackle, gets beaten himself and with two absolutely gilt edged chances to score from 5 metres out, firstly doesn’t drive through low and then drops the ball over the line.

Hopefully the second half is better, this is embarrassing by a Bok centre playing against a palooka.

Having done nothing the first 20 minutes of the first half and the first 12 minutes of the second half…Dud wastes good ball with a nothing kick to touch. The commentators gush. Then finally they say they’d love to see him with more of the ball….an old refrain. The problem is he is never in the right place.

Dud finally does some vintage tractoring. The Frogs seem confused by the fact that he isn’t moving…and then a few passes later 3 Frogs can’t get  the O’ Donahue into touch.

Good kick coverage near the corner by Dud, bouncing off the massive Frog wing. Best thing he has done so far.

Dud gets the ball in a lot of space, which he duly takes and cramps the move up against the touch line. 

Dec 19, 2021, 18:30


My impressions are factually and not made up BS  like yours.   When I one mentioned  some of your allegations in discussions with Rob Louw his reaction was utter disbelieve of what you wrote on site and said you must be a rugby moron.   The same is said by many people I know in rugby circles.   Your assessments are so bad I do not mention them anymore because rugby people will think it comes from me and I am an idiot to repeat the junk.   .              

Dec 19, 2021, 18:43

Sure like you talked to the Malherbe’s father before Malherbe had to pull out of the YE tour….another figment of your imagination.

Dec 19, 2021, 18:54

Well that’s the game…..Dud has praise heaped on him on all game and they give Dud the MOM. Incredible he blows two tries, covers one kick well, beats one tackle cleanly, tractors once….gets beaten once.

And they give Dud the MOM.! Not O’ Donahue who had a great game and scored a much harder try than the 2 Dud botched.

My impression is he is playing with a bit more joy than he does in the Bok set up. He actually tried one flick on pass which would never have happened in a Bok game.

But he is missing in action so much of the time. Farrell was actually at 12 a lot. Vision and lack of pace off the mark (he’s top end is probably okay) means he isn’t dangerous at 12. He was probably always better suited to 13, but it’s too late now.

Compare this performance to the pivotal role Esterhozen plays in every game and you realize what the Boks are missing…a playmaker.

Dec 19, 2021, 19:09

So which game did you watch  - village rugby idiot?   Did you miss and misrepresent 90% of the game as per normal. \\

I never discussed rugby with Frans Malherbe's father - I did discuss it with Frans himself  and a few other ex-test players and theya ll agree you are making an utter fool of yourself.  The comments yopu made about are unproven BS you amde up as a prejudiced rugby idiot.

Keep making a fool of yourself - life is miserable at present - so any laugh about your rugby idiocy is welcome.        .    .   

Dec 19, 2021, 22:02

Oh yes it was Frans who told you he couldn’t wait to get on the plane, when he was about to default… eggface!

Dec 20, 2021, 05:02

No I did not ever wrote that BSter.   I said he did say he could not wait to get ont he plane - you are a liar nd distorter as to what I wrote.  That is the normal when it comes to uyour normal rugby myths you spout on site.   

How about a scathing attack on De Allende in the last Munster game and he was the MOM in the match - now that should add to the mountain of egg you had all over you.  Another example of how you distort performances of players.     I would rather have refrained from being making a fool of myself again after being caught out doing the same so many times in the past?       

Dec 21, 2021, 01:46

DA is not completely useless, the try that was disallowed, was a close be honest, with the Slo mo you can’t clearly see him loosing ball....he did look more relaxed and free to try things....defence was good....not to bad. Would be nice to see him play more like this in the bok setup , but agree, with the R&N tight game plan, most probably not going to happen.

Dec 21, 2021, 04:25

Dud played against 2 quality centres this year Henshaw and Kerevi. He was easily bested by Henshaw who made 3 clean breaks and  beat 5 defenders in 19 runs…….while Dud made 0 clean breaks and beat 4 defenders in 33 runs.

The numbers were even worse against Kerevi who made 2 clean breaks and beat 9 defenders in 24 runs. While poor Dud made 0 clean breaks and beat 0 defenders in 11 runs….incredible really.

So against quality opposition Dud managed 0 clean breaks and beat 4 defenders in 44 runs. Hard to believe a Springbok centre plays 5 tests, makes 44 runs and not one clean break!! Surely the most toothless stats ever produced by an established Bok centre. The emperor has no clothes and the fools can’t see it.

Dec 21, 2021, 08:21

What was De Allende's stats against the two players.   He was not bested by the two and was competitive.  You selected  some ststs  but not the whole stats as per normal with you - distortion being the norm with you.

The fact is you made yourself the laughing stock of everybody by the fool you made of yourself iro the last match involving  Munster.  If you ever write a fair assessment of you petty hate player's   performances it must still be discovered.    So keep on being a silly and prejudiced arsehole - we enjoy your rugby stupidity especially when easily exposed as garbage.   .       

Dec 21, 2021, 14:31

Am is a better playmaker. Why not swop the two? 13- DA with his strength can run well off what 12- AM creates. You never know what might happen.

Dec 21, 2021, 16:55

Sides instinctively sense that nothing is happening in 12 channel….so in the Munster match last Saturday you saw Farrell taking the ball at 12 a  lot of the time. 

Your modern twelve has two basic running duties….firstly phase running, taking the tackle and resetting,  Dud does that as well as any  centre.

 The second is to actually breach the defence, either by beating tackles and breaking free, not just tractoring or by releasing a player in the tackle. Dud failscompletely on these dimensions

Am by contrast is a bit of a master at seeing opportunities….witness his release of Kolbe in the crucial 3rd Lions test. But is he physical enough to take the pounding at 12 and make the stop tackles?

Dec 21, 2021, 17:27

That might be problem yes.

Dec 22, 2021, 21:53

DA is the best 12 in the game because of his freakish strength. Only Kerevi and Tuilagi can compete on that level but they are about as consistent and available as I am English.

No centre in world rugby is as physically imposing as DA is. He carries defenders with ease be them backs or forwards

Modern test rugby is played in the trenches and that’s why DA is so effective

But as he showed on the EOYT he is equally adept at breaking defences through pure skill with a step and offloading the perfect offload

Easily the best 12 in the game and for me the best 12 the Boks have ever had

Dec 22, 2021, 22:52

Man of the match performance over the weekend. He has brought more offloads and passes back into his game to mix things up.

Dec 23, 2021, 00:52

Old news….he botched 2 tries.

Dec 23, 2021, 08:37


You have been lying about the botched tries and is totally unreliable about rugby performance.  You are so foolish that you earned the Most  Embarrassing Rugby Post of the Year Award again.   Stop embarrassing yourself in future.       

Dec 23, 2021, 11:46

Ah the stupid Irish for naming him MOM - how silly of them - what do they know

Dec 23, 2021, 17:49

It’s the Stampkar hype all over again……no clean breaks in 44 runs against worthy opponents…….best 12 in the game, hahaha, hilarious!!

Dec 23, 2021, 18:03

Oh the silly ignorant Irish for naming the try scoring DA MOM - he is soooooo shit


Dec 23, 2021, 19:44

Any decent centre would have scored both of those tries….the Irish have a love affair with South African flops. The hype started before Dud had even touched the ball.

The only thing beyond pure process play he pulled off was the fielding of the deep kick and shedding of the fat French wing. Perhaps he should play fullback, he is a Cul de sac at centre.

Dec 23, 2021, 21:08

No Mozart has a love affair with stupidity.    The hype was based on fact and you on total misrepresentation.   

Dec 24, 2021, 01:33

A decent centre - he is the best 12 in the game so far more than decent - he is a class act

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