I agree with you Phil, Australia are still a strong side which haven’t shown their full potential this year, yet they are still pulling decent results out of the bag. As for New Zealand; well they are a force to be reckoned with, we have seen the effect on European sides even though England gave them a good run.
True, but Campo scored the majority of his tries against major test nations. The same cannot be said of Ohata, so why point it out?
As for Australia. They aren’t that bad a side. Considering their horrific injury toll in 2012, they have actually produced a few surprising results.
As for beating the All Blacks, well probably no side on the planet is close to the All Blacks at the moment (unless they are having an off day). It’s that confident Aussie mentality though that means that if any side is going to get close, it’s probably them.
Most european sides are beaten before they get onto the field, such is the ‘mystique’ surrounding the All Blacks.
What bollocks. Who cares what some visitor to ozzie thinks? They are historically a competitive team and theyre going through a rough patch. Typical that we see this sort of weak reporting that appeals to the braying hoardes.