Can the Bulls repeat their feat of the last two seasons by reaching the Super12/14 play-offs in 2007?
Yes, and they will make the final this time
Yes, but making the final will be very tough
No, they will finish fifth
No, they will be in the bottom four in 2007
 


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Bulls not bullies
Posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 17:02
It is bull that the Vodacom Bulls are bullies.

Coach Heyneke Meyer on Wednesday again denied that his team uses unlawful tactics to get the better of their Super 14 opponents.

“It is the same old story every year, but we at least know the big difference between clinical ruthlessness and blatant foul play. We are not bullies, but will also not apologise for being physical. In fact, we can never be physical enough. We play hard, but fair,” said Meyer.

“Stories about our bullying tactics are just that. We will therefore not be put off to be as physical as we can against The Sharks (Saturday in Durban). It should, however, also be said that the Bulls put a very high prize on discipline,” said Meyer.

Bulls skipper Victor Matfield added that like players, referees also have their aim at World Cup participation.

“The will not tolerate any foul play,” said Matfield.



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