England crash out of Rugby World Cup first
Host nations England crash out of the Rugby World Cup as first team in the preliminary stages.
After a crushing defeat from Australia on Saturday, England leave the World Cup first, in the group stages of the contest. Previous games against Fiji and Wales were tense and a costly mistake from Captain Chris Robshaw pretty much determined their fate.
It echoes the dastardly Football World Cup some two years ago, when England lost out instantly in the preliminaries with an embarrassing defeat.
So why did the England team lose? All of the players in the England line-up had close connections with Royals, celebrity girlfriends and Conservative politicians, all of whom were using the sport to further selfish career goals. Their chances to get on gay lads mags, play victims with sympathy and gain column inches for a showbiz photoshoot left the team without any focus. Their connections on hoping Royalty will serve them well and press reports of hanging out with the blue blood would raise their affinity. The Conservative politicians used the sport to try and make ‘Britain great’ again. The up talk with no actual anything other than words of spluttered feathers and arrogant self-loathing has made the sport doomed from its beginning. There was no focus in PR, no team strength, no connection, silly opportunistic WAGs and corruption at the heart with politicians and Royals. Brooken Britain can never look great and is doomed until it figures a real way to fix it. People too close to the sport failed to know what to do and assumed they could make it happen because it is their little bubble and won’t take any advice from reality. This is the result.
Many felt the show was only for the ‘Prawn Cocktail Brigade’ a phrase meaning only for the elite with money to burn. The ticketing farce of the World Cup so ultra-extortion with costs up to £200+ for seats, echoing the empty seats debacle at the London 2012 Olympics. Since then the “Olympic legacy” banded around by politicians has simply eroded into nothing. They continue to add in idiotic phrases like “Rugby legacy.” Will they ever learn? This does not encourage people to believe or adopt such imbecilic arrogance. Politicians still remain out of touch with the real world and are nasty at including anyone to the sport, therefore meaning sport, let alone Rugby will not grow.
No-one ever wants to listen to FalseFabs but we tell them in advance. Perhaps they should make us their sports ambassador to get it going again.UK Sport has remained a complete embarrassement and every one of them fails. They have no understanding of reality or how the main world works and this becomes costly. The prices and lack of sport encouragement with courrpt forces involved does not support logical development. Then there is the PR side. Many are too focused on advertising deals or posing near naked on gay lads’ magazines to get some gay attention, pocket the cash and dupe that audience. It still didn’t work. Then there are the WAGs. Who cannot help themselves by overindulging in some media spotlight and going to all the wrong ones for attention. Every part of UK sport is flawed has no concept and doesn’t become inclusive to all who want and are needed to develop it. Hence the Prawn Cocoktail brigade wins, and with it their hopes of elite gaming fails as a consequence. Until you figure out what to do and continue to crash out in utter embarrassments that alienate the fans for good, to the point of none being left to make a substantial change, Rugby like many other UK sports is stuffed. The same formula cannot push it forward. We are not telling you unless you wish to liaise. It’s your own fault. We are here, but come crying when it’s all over and you failed to see the light. We can also coach, strategise on the board or be an ambassador to sport development if you prefer. It’s up to you. It’s not getting any better. Fans consider Rugby to be a better sport than Football, however Football, with bad role models, is still overly popular and more generally inclusive making Rugby forever in Football’s shadows.