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Podcast: Episode 133 – Yes Sir, I Can Boo Yeah

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Cammy, Iain and John look back at Scotland’s win over Italy in the opening match of the Autumn Nations Cup and look ahead to the upcoming game against France. Elsewhere on the podcast we chat about Amazon’s coverage, rugby values idiots and why it’s OK to cry.

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  1. Good podcast chaps – though I think it’s a bit harsh on Argentina to describe the New Zealand team as second string when it’s basically the same XV that thumped Australia a few weeks back – not a vintage All Blacks side perhaps but Argentina played the best of the current bunch on the whole.

    1. I totally agree with this. You appeared to cheapen the Argentina win by saying that the AB team was a second string. That’s just not the case and it’s not what people in NZ thought. Over there they were talking about a return of the big guns and the A team an actual second string side lost to Australia.
      Check out NZ press comments here.
      https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/all-blacks/300157356/all-blacks-vs-argentina-ian-foster-restores-top-lineup–we-didnt-perform-last-week?rm=a

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