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Matt Giteau doesn’t pay any attention (and yet somehow he knows)

By johnboy 13 December 2009 2

The Canberra Times’ John-Paul Maloney is working hard to get in Matt Giteau’s good books with a lengthy soft interview in which the wizard gets to state his somewhat confused views on pretty much everything.

Apparently Matt and Bianca are getting away from us all with a holiday in the bankrupt construction site known as Dubai. I hope they have safe travels and a lovely time.

”One week they’re calling for your head, the next week ‘he’s the greatest player we’ve got, blah, blah, blah’. The media is a fickle thing. You play well one week and you’re on track for the World Cup. The next week you have a bad game and they say this team is a disaster,” he said.

”They’re paid to make comments like that, but as a playing group, I wouldn’t say we don’t respect them, but we certainly don’t pay any attention to them.”

For mine he still comes across as a bit grumpy. But hopefully a nice holiday will return him to us fully gruntled and doing his talking with the ball in hand.


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justbands 11:06 am 14 Dec 09

To be fair…most of the rest of us don’t have our work performance critisised in international media. I’m sure Git (& others) don’t have any argument with having their performances appraised by their employers.

Tooks 9:16 am 13 Dec 09

Poor Matty Giteau; it’s a tough life. It may surprise him that *any* person in *any* job will get criticised for poor performance one day and recognised for good performance on another.

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