Don’t Do That

Five things I will never do:

1. Assume a result before a match is played
2. Under estimate the opposition
3. Wish my opponent good luck
4. Let the opposition know what I am thinking
5. Motivate the opposition

Marcos Senna has earned the right to speak out but he didn’t need to call out Togo. I could never understand why combatants or managers would speak so openly about tactics before a match or about their thoughts on battle in general. The last thing I would want is for the opposition to have any kind of edge on me. Equally, I would never assume that I know the limits of their capabilities.

This is a very sensitive time of the season for us. We must be very careful but also be positive. Hand brakes off but play smart as well.

We can do this!

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