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Original Blog Post:

Not only are Aussies not real good at sport they proved yesterday that they are poor sports.

After the South African captain scored a 100 the more ons at the Adelaide oval booed him. Fair enough to boo him if it was a bit of fun on his arrival at the wicket but to boo him upon such a magic innings was poor form. Some would say un-Australian but it seems nothing is un-Australian anymore.

I never watched the play, why would you watch a meaningless dead rubber but the poor behavior by Aussies was widely reported in news bulletins across the world.

On a positive note the Aussie spinner got a wicket. His first in 100 overs. What happened to all the budding spinners we were going to have around this time following the fabulous career of Shane Warne. They disappeared like they used to say an Aussie 2nd XI would be competitive against other countries. Aussies have a job to field a good 1st XI these days. It must be because of the swings and roundabouts that Rex refers to. What a load of khrap.

 
Author: Khaptingly
Subject: Aussies poor sports

Time: 25/11/2016 10:20:52 AM
 
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Author: The Hunter
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 28/11/2016 5:03:26 PM

Blog Reply:

Guilty of ball tampering
Poor sport

Yes that is the SA captain.

 
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Author: saintly1996
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 28/11/2016 12:36:45 AM

Blog Reply:

I don’t like or support the crowd for booing. However, it is not just something that is exclusive to Australian crowds.

To think it is worse here than anywhere else is as wrong as the behaviour itself.

 
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Author: Deadant66
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 27/11/2016 11:43:17 AM

Blog Reply:

I was also in the crowd.
Can it be they were yelling "Du" as in du Plessis ?

Food for thought.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 27/11/2016 1:44:41 AM

Blog Reply:

Khappo

Who and what are you talking about Khappo?.

The irony of someone who has been caught out lying in a racing forum trying to condemn other dishonest people - brilliant!!

 
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Author: Khaptingly
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 27/11/2016 12:48:54 AM

Blog Reply:

Desperate, no not at all. Truth yes. This is news around the world. Time to accept the truth and the facts Rex.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 26/11/2016 6:57:50 PM

Blog Reply:

Khappo

Anyone caught cheating deserves to be rubbed out as far as Im concerned - no matter where they come from. Desperate post.

We all know from your calamitous lie in here re cricket grounds, that you have no such moral compass.

 
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Author: Khaptingly
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 26/11/2016 1:39:08 PM

Blog Reply:

And the Aussies admit to the same ball shining tactics. Shame on them.

I bet they won't get booed at by opposition fans.

You can't take a trick can you Rex. You need to follow events a bit more closely.

 
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Author: saintly1996
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 26/11/2016 1:15:17 PM

Blog Reply:

I don’t like or support the crowd for booing. However, it is not just something that is exclusive to Australian crowds.

To think it is worse here than anywhere else is as wrong as the behaviour itself.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 26/11/2016 11:51:54 AM

Blog Reply:

Whats the bigger sin - being found guilty of cheating, or being found guilty of booing the bloke found guilty of cheating?

Neither has much class associated with it. But one's an action and the other's a reaction!

 
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Author: Redback
Subject: Re: Aussies poor sports

Time: 25/11/2016 12:06:10 PM

Blog Reply:

I was there and applauded, top 100 with great stroke play. Was pretty poor form by some of the crowd.

 
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