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    Umm? No Bulls supporters?

    Is it too tender to discuss? Must admit, I was really hoping to have 2 teams in the top 4.
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    Let's face it, for the next two weeks we should all be Bulls supporters.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Yea, must admit I tend to support all South African teams, but am a Sharks supporter at heart.
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    The things I will rather do then to support the bulls include a merciless and painful death, be eaten alive by piranhas or “You get the picture”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbiedle View Post
    ...but am a Sharks supporter at heart.
    I confess that comes as a surprise. I thought you were big on blue

    I admit I was pretty torn watching the second half of the Bulls vs Sharks match. But I'll happily settle on the Sharks being so badly off the boil the 4 previous matches they didn't deserve the backdoor shot. It also would have been pretty rough for them to suddenly wake up and put the Bulls on the travel handicap too.

    With a home semi and final in prospect and their opposition having to make the long haul flight for both games, the Bulls have got a very good chance of doing the business.

    At least this way we've got the best chance of an SA side taking the Super 14 title this year. Far better than nabbing two runners up spots.

    Hopefully the Sharks will be back on their top game for the Currie Cup.
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    Lol! Nope! I'm big on rugby - did the piccie thing last year just to tease as I know you are all from KZN. From my point of view, Kankowski, Cockett, Pienaar and Steyn will win the next world cup for us too... Definitely Sharks first. The next team playing themselves into my heart are the Lions. Bulls are cool and great and solid, and winners, but don't have the same flair. Same reason I've always loved Argentina.
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