Bizarre Post-Match Interview

Submitted by: davymid 6 years ago Sports

You know what, maybe having rugby players wear helmets wouldn"t be such a bad idea after all...
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Male 1,013
ty Xpekt

obviously mocking me or a slapshot fan ;)
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Male 134
@LtFurpie

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Nice.
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Male 2,553
Sounds like a parody on Rain Man.
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Male 1,360
heineken that`s why
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Male 705
He might as well have said,
"I screwed you mom. Go think about it deeply."
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Male 228
basically hes like "f*ck you, dont talk to me"
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Male 1,013
These are not uncommon, they just usually don`t get aired. They force players and coaches to do these interviews and they get fined if they skip them. So often you`ll get stuff like this: "You know we get the puck and trow it at der net and hopefully it go in"
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Male 677
Hes not a player, hes the coach.
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Male 81
Looks like he just doesn`t want to talk to this reporter. Good for him.
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Male 61
LOL, the speculation about concussion is rubbish, he is the coach and hasn`t played for a few years. He did this quite deliberately as a criticism of post match interviews after he was slated for being too forthright in his interviews and after being censured he decided to give a deliberately vapid interview (he was fined £23000 for comments regarding referee`s in a previous post match interview). Very intelligent guy FYI.
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Male 174
Hahaha hes imitating some english comedian... I know it..
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Male 383
Is it just my computer being dodgy or does my message keep reposting?
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Male 383
handys003: As far as I`m aware there are no concussion rules. Speaking from my experience you usually don`t notice the concussion till later, due to adrenaline, pent up energy and aggression, and the fact that you feel like you`ve had the sh*t kicked out of you for at least 1/3 of the match means that you don`t notice injuries too well.
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Male 1,081
Yea, he would be a great politician.
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Male 36
He sounds like Robin Williams in Family Guy XD
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Male 216
should go into politics.
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Female 327
I have no idea how he kept a straight face through that.
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Female 327
LOLOL! Brilliant!
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Female 1,894
lol deeply think about it now..
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Male 2,005
at least he didn`t answer in silence
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Male 4,004
Fast Forward to 6:10

Here is what he is referencing.
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Female 336
He just looks like a guy that`s really pissed off and doesn`t want to talk to the reporter.
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Male 2,402
You can add Hockey and Lacrosse to that list as well. Effects are documented now:



http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Health/20090127/athletes_concussions_090127/
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Male 2,402
@ChrisMunich

Yeah those with concussions really don`t notice it all. First 24 are dangerous. You have to watch for bleeding trauma inside the brain.

I`m surprised with all the recent studies, and how the NFL in America is jumping on the bandwagon. That rugby has not taken a serious approach. I`m sure they consider it a mans sport of toughness. However all that macho stuff doesn`t help when your fifty and can`t remember your wifes name.
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Male 15
LMAO! I`ve been playing rugby for about 10 years now and I can tell you from experience; I know people who talk like this (or in a similar manner). It`s a dangerous sport, that`s for sure, but it`s also incredibly fun and win-lose-or draw, everyone is glad to sit down and have a few drinks with the other team afterwards! =) Oggy! Oggy! Oggy! Oi! Oi! Oi!
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Female 3,598
it doesn`t help that the interviewer is asking retarded questions like "why didn`t you win?"... "uhh... cuz we lost?" but yeah, i`ll have to think about it, think about it deeply...
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Male 383
handys003: As far as I`m aware there are no concussion rules. Speaking from my experience you usually don`t notice the concussion till later, due to adrenaline, pent up energy and aggression, and the fact that you feel like you`ve had the sh*t kicked out of you for at least 1/3 of the match means that you don`t notice injuries too well.
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Male 11,740
It sounds like he`s preparing for a career in politics.
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Male 2,402
@davymid

Hell yeah they should wear helmets. However they wear helmets in American football, and still get concussions. It has to go farther than that on head hits. Don`t you agree?
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Male 2,402
Usually I like to make light of things here, but this is a crying shame. He needs to seriously retire. It`s obvious the head shots are way to many and just a few from death.

Since professional rugby is more African, Australian, and European in sport. I ask those over there if they have concussion rules?
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Male 25,416
Poor guy!
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Male 235
he did it for a joke after he watched mike bassett englad manager its a piss take its not serious!!! tools!!!
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Male 383
Brendan Venter doesn`t play anymore, he`s director of rugby. Funny thing is that he studied medicine!
He played as centre, the most beautiful position (I speak entirely objectively, of course).
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Male 1,526
At least he was honest. I don`t like sports but I liked this.
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Male 37,897
wow... drugs.... hehe ... 3 cheers for ... what were we talking about?
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Male 3,364
and THAT, folks, is what a concussion does.
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Male 670
why didnt you win? very good, not enough points, im not sure, ill have to think about it deeply. yes, we didnt have enough points by god!
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Male 5,314
Herp Derp
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Male 1,625
Derp.
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Male 12,138
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