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Emotional Pote lashes listless Bulls

first_imgBulls coach Pote Human (right) attacked his team’s attitude after their 56-20 mauling at the hands of the Chiefs in their weekend Super Rugby match at Loftus Versfeld, saying they need to take a long look at themselves after “not pitching at all” for the game.“We didn’t pitch at all, I think they still thought they were on their bye week. I gave them last week off and it looked like they were still off today. It’s a humiliation for us. From the kick-off it looked like the Chiefs love Loftus, we were flat and they had all the energy. We were off our game, very poor, they were good but we allowed them to look even better.ALSO READ: Dazzling Chiefs thrash Bulls in startling turnaround“I really hope this is just a blip, we know that we are much better than this. It’s a bad one to take and if we play like this we’ll never get close to the play-offs. We just didn’t get the ball and we struggled to get out of our half. We expected them to come with another level in terms of intensity, but we were just not able to counter that. We need to look at ourselves in the mirror and come back stronger,” Human said after their worst defeat at home since going down 62-24 to the Crusaders in 2017.What would have caused Bulls fans the most trips to pharmacies for indigestion would have been the way the Chiefs thoroughly dominated up front against a listless home pack.“They were much more physical than us, they bullied us,” Human admitted.“We didn’t get any quality ball and when we did have possession we just threw the ball away. I’m emotional now but we have to ask ourselves ‘Is this our best?’. We will have to bring our best next week because I know we are much better than this.“We played such good rugby against the South African teams, so this is very frustrating, I expect much more from us,” the bitterly disappointed coach said.For more news your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.last_img read more

What Mo Salah did when a thief stole from him

first_imgAdvertisement f9ouciNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsd4oWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E0yf91( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6v3taWould you ever consider trying this?😱37suCan your students do this? 🌚40vjRoller skating! Powered by Firework There is an awe-inspiring story about recent Champions League winner Mo Salah from his early years in Egypt. Now , the Egyptian is an world beater and one of the best forwards in world football but when he was kicking off his career in Alexandria , his house was robbed. Though Mo’s father wanting to press charges, he convinced his father not to and even gave the thief some money to get his situation sorted. Such is the kindness of the Premier League golden boot winner.Advertisement There is an interview of Salah with his club Liverpool’s media team which sheds light on the incredible sacrifices the Egyptian made to reach where he is today.Advertisement “I had originally been playing for a club that was half an hour away from my village in Basyoun,” he told Liverpool’s official website.Then I signed for a club in Tanta, which was one-and-a-half hours away. From there, I went to Arab Contractors in Cairo, so it was a four to four-and-a-half-hour journey five days a week to get to training.Advertisement I was having to leave school early to travel to training. I would go in from 7am until 9am and then I had an official paper to give to my club to say, ‘Mo can leave school early so he can reach the club at 2pm to train.So I was only at school for two hours a day during that time. Now, everything would be difficult if I was not a footballer, I think!For five days a week, every week for three or four years, I would make this journey. I was leaving at 9am in the morning, then I would arrive at the training ground at 2pm or 2.30pm. Training was always at 3.30pm or 4pm. I would finish training at say 6pm, then I’d go home and arrive at 10pm or 10.30pm. Then it was eat, sleep and then the day after the same thing.And it wasn’t just taking one bus – I’d have to transfer buses three, four or even sometimes five times just to arrive at training and then back home again.” Advertisementlast_img read more

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