Graham Henry speaks

Apparently, the level of the 2008 Super 14 has not been good enough for Graham Henry for much of the past 4 months, as he has publicly stated that it is a luck that the level has been raised during the last weeks.

What now? Is Super 14 not enough for the All Blacks? Or could it be that it is a bit difficult to adapt to the new ELVs?.

What are then, northern hemisphere teams going to face if it is needed at least 2 to 3 months to get used and reach the test level that Henry wants? What is going to happen in the test games in november?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ask the IRB. This is an issue that affects the NH and the Americas more than the Southern Hemisphere.
It is disgraceful that all this experimentation could not have been better thought out.
It like the line in The Good,The Bad and The Ugly: "if you're gonna shoot, shoot; don't talk, shoot".