Stuart Barnes blogs on Quade Cooper and European nations' failings

Stuart Barnes blogs on Quade Cooper and European nations' failings

What a wonderful way to wrap up the Autumn International series, especially if you are an Australian.

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Jason Kuhn says...

Hi Stuart. Don't you think it would be interesting to have a type of Lions game at home versus the Southern Hemisphere teams once every four years or so, maybe during the end of year tour? It would be interesting that this could be held in a Lions year, when they have played a few games together earlier in the year, as well as give the home Lions fans a decent opportunity to see the Lions without having to travel to the other side of the world. Secondly, what is your world team for 2013? Thirdly, what is your refereeing team of 2013? Fourthly, do you not think that the refereeing has been below the standard that it needs to be this year? There have been a huge amount of dodgy calls, so maybe a global conference on the state and rules of refereeing needs to arranged once a year to ensure some consistency between Southern and Northern hemisphere refs. It can only be fairer for the players and the fans so that everyone can enjoy the game in the same way, without there being huge disparities in the way the game is reffed?

Posted 07:17 3rd December 2013

Sean Bottomley says...

The thing thta frankly amazed me about the closing moments of the welsh game was that they kicked it. The games was close but either the full back or winger lumped in forward and gifted it back to the Australians, yes they got it back then to take a massive gamble with a kick through. I doubt it makes a difference but you do not kick away ball at that point of the game if you're behind. Criminal!!!

Posted 12:50 2nd December 2013

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