New Chiefs logo.
Anyone see Sevu Reece on the news blaring on about the how the Chiefs told him he was surplus to requirements and whinging about how he always wanted to play for the Chiefs.
Let's not forget the reason the Chiefs didn't sign him is because he smacked his Mrs up in Hamilton and nearly got a conviction.
Lmao I'm in the crowd and there's a few unselected Sharks players by me and when the halfback went down with theatrics, I said oh no he hurt his haircut, Daniel du Preez turned around and said I'll hurt your f***in haircut. Meanless to say he seems like a dick. Or maybe I'm the dick?
@Jaguares4real Good God please never mention Hooper and Cane in the same sentence ever again.
I must say, the friendly jokes are great and I hope they never die. Long live international test friendlies.
Went to the game. Taranaki were good in the first half. Boshier was good. Naholo was good. The fullback was good. Sowakula was good. Auckland were really good in the second half. Rayasi was great. Plummer was good in the second half. A few unknowns for me but Auckland were far better on the day.
ALB will be here until 2023.
He didn't manage to make any headway to pulling the Chiefs ailing ghost ship out of the fog in SRA
The entire Chiefs team including the coaching staff is to blame for that, Cane played well in the latter half of the comp.
and it appears he still is plagued by issues around that brittle neck/noggin area.
Why? Because he went down with concussion in last night's game? He was cleared and fine, no neck issues.
I want him to have the ear of the ref - but not as a whiny little biatch, but on a one-to-one basis which makes refs think and take note. I want my captain to take stock, to guide , lead and be calm when it matters.
Cane was the player keeping a level head in those Chiefs games, ALB, Weber and Cruden were the guys who blew up at the ref.
As for the rest, I agree that Taylor or Tuipulotu would be fine captains, but I think Sammy is the best choice by far.