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Sport $7.25 million 'Faustian pact' with NZ burns Wales

05:15  31 october  2021
05:15  31 october  2021 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Faustian Pact .

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British rugby scribes claimed Ian Foster's "devils in black'' made the Welsh Rugby Union pay for a $7.25 million "Faustian pact'' and lamented that "the last time Wales beat New Zealand was the same year Everest was first conquered."

The All Blacks were widely praised for their 54-16 drubbing of an under-strength Wales in Cardiff this morning, with Wales Online conceding the tourists had "delivered a masterclass.''

Several newspapers homed in on the WRU's decision to stage the Test outside the international window, meaning coach Wayne Pivac was without his English-based players.

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What I call our Faustian moment came when we took an IMF loan on the eve of our first democratic election. That loan, with strings attached that precluded a radical economic agenda, was considered a necessary evil, as were concessions to keep negotiations on track and take delivery of the promised land for our people. But a revitalisation and renewal from top to bottom is urgently required. The ANC's soul needs to be restored; its traditional values and culture of service reinstated. The pact with the devil needs to be broken.

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The Welsh Rugby Union agreed to the game because a sell-out 74,000 crowd would deliver a reported £4 million (A$7.25 million) cash bonanza.

Daniel Schofield, writing in The Daily Telegraph, said the WRU "signed a Faustian pact to play this match outside the international window and the devils in black made them pay the steepest of prices for their avarice.''

He claimed the "record-equalling home defeat was not half as painful of the sight of (Wales captain) Alun Wyn Jones going off with a shoulder injury in the first half.''

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Beauden Barrett of New Zealand scores his side's sixth try. © Getty Beauden Barrett of New Zealand scores his side's sixth try.

Schofield also injected a seasonal simile, saying: "On the eve of Halloween, Wales' set piece was a horror show. Any kids short of trick or treat costume ideas could go as hooker Ryan Elias whose timing with his jumpers was off by several beats.''

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Former England and British and Irish Lions flyhalf Stuart Barnes, writing in The Times, said the WRU "got what they asked for. A full house and something in the region of £4 million for a union in dire need of some cash'', while noting the "odds stacked against them."


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Robert Kitson, in The Guardian, noted Wales' last victory over the All Blacks dated back to 1953 when New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Norgay Tensing first conquered Mt Everest.

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Wales' Alun Wyn Jones leaves the field with an injury. © PA Images via Getty Images Wales' Alun Wyn Jones leaves the field with an injury.

"At no stage did it remotely look as if the hosts were about to scale that still-elusive peak under the bright Cardiff lights, particularly after losing the totemic Alun Wyn Jones to a shoulder injury inside the first quarter. The All Blacks were a speck on the horizon by the end, despite not always being at their fluent, all-dancing best."

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A new world is possible. Let's not go back to what wasn't working anyway. But in the long run Labour is far better freed from the Faustian pact with community elders. All politics should be retail, not wholesale, and all voters should be treated first as citizens, not members of a minority. The bloc vote has reinforced a lazy form of separatist multiculturalism, which saw a voter as a Kashmiri Muslim first, with views derived from that identity.

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Kitson said Welsh fans were left to admire the brilliance of young All Black wing Will Jordan, lamenting that "every defender in the vicinity seemed to hit a patch of quicksand'' during Jordan's "lovely individual chip and chase score.''

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After watching the All Blacks add four tries in the final quarter, Kitson marvelled how Foster's group, "even when they take a while to get going on soft European tracks'' are "mighty hard to catch up the stretch.''

That withering burst was noted by The Press Association, which termed it "a devastating finale that showcased All Blacks rugby at its finest."

Planet Rugby, in its 'five takeaways' from the Test, said: New Zealand were quite compelling at times: their speed, organisation and physicality were breathtaking, with Beauden Barrett player of the match in his 100th Test, "and without question, the single most effective player on the pitch."

Beauden Barrett of New Zealand scores the opening try. © Getty Beauden Barrett of New Zealand scores the opening try.

The All Blacks' electric finish was acclaimed as "as a tsunami of gas, intellect and power and based upon Saturday's showing, there are few sides in the history of the game that would have lived with them."

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Guardian columnist Andy Bull wrote that "old friends show no mercy on Gareth Anscombe's Wales return'' in the Kiwi's first Test after two years on the sidelines with a knee injury."

Anscombe scored a five out of 10 rating from Wales Online, which said: "It was a big ask for him to face New Zealand after just three proper games since returning from long-term injury."

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Wales' fullback Johnny McNicholl, a former Crusaders wing, got a six, with Wales Online noting "he had his moments in attack" and was "not afraid to counter'' but he had "an occasional lapse in defence'' and "threw an intercept pass that Beauden Barrett made the most of late on."

Debutant flanker Taine Basham topped Wales' ratings with eight, followed by fellow backrowers Aaron Wainwright and Ross Moriarty with sevens.

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