I'd just like to add before the usual suspects ride in wondering why Zebo's not tearing his shirt apart in anguish at the loss on Saturday that he's got a dope flow.
The lunatics may now begin to question whether he should even be allowed back into the country, never mind play rugby ever again.
To The Brave and the Faithful, Nothing is Unpublishable.
Otaga Daily Times 2/5/2012
Taz-Where did you get that information as I have seen nowhere that he(Penney) was ruled out?
Editor - The writer stands by the Penney information.
Otaga Daily Times 3/5/2012
Editor-- This article originally said Rob Penney had missed out on the Munster coaching job. That information was incorrect.
Tis a sad day in munster when we have hippety hoppers with their socks down playing on the wings. Where's the braveness and the faithfulness?
When things go wrong, blame McGahan
Very impressive and slightly freakish, Simon.
Don't know if it's been said before - but can't be said too often anyway.........Zebo is becoming an absolute phenomenon under the high ball. Another memorable flying catch yesterday. Complete disregard for his own safety.
Fully agree Mrs Mc. I felt totally confident he would catch it every time, unlike the poor Embra replacement
I realised I was dyslexic when I went to a toga party dressed as a goat
Its a real asset that Zebo has added to his game. I cant tell if teams are trying to land high balls on him this year or is he just coming to claim more than he used to?
Its not just the strength under the high ball though, it is the kicking out of hand for distance and tactically; it is his passing which looks increasingly assured including from the back of rucks which is vital with the amount of defensive work Murray gets through. Plus the fellas ball retention is exceptional which shows he has worked seriously hard on his upper body strength. Every time Zebo plays he is looking more and more like a world class talent. With the likes of O'Dea, Hircock and Ronan O'Mahony coming through we look quite well served on the wings.
Zebo is pure excitement....If we can unleash him through the offloading of others....he will do serious damage.
Anybody who sees a psychiatrist would want their head examined.*&nb sp;Henry Ford
Do those who felt Simon's defence was a weakness in his game see any improvements in that facet of his play this season?
(That isn't a loaded question by the way - thus far I've probably scored himself and Earls more highly than any other player on our Player Ratings table.)
Never mind perception because it isn’t real. It’s only what people think. Go out and make them think something else.
- Alan Quinlan on believing in yourself
"That's what's difficult. You know that O'Connell is going to be the one that will jump for the ball but you still don't manage to steal it. It's kind of annoying
"I talked about it with the Toulouse players, my final in 2006 and theirs in 2008 against Munster. I was marking Paul O'Connell and they were man-marking him too. We knew he was going to jump. But I remember I was in really good condition, with a good lift, but every time I just missed it."
Zebo's defence is fine, sure he doesn't tackle like Stephen Ferris but you don't use a Ferrari to plough a field, and if you try you end up with a f*cked Ferrari.
Zebo has been excellent this season, and not just cos he retweeted a picture of my daughter after the game on sunday! I think his defence has been fine and he looks far more comfortable under the high ball. Has a huge boot, but still work to be done on his kicking
\"In a world gone mad, only a lunatic is truly insane\"
With his long kicking is there a case for using his left boot for long distance touch finders from penalties in our own half?