Sport Furious Wallabies fan writes epic Facebook rant after Scotland loss

10:42  18 june  2017
10:42  18 june  2017 Source:   Sporting News

Wallabies fan shocked by success of viral drunken rant

  Wallabies fan shocked by success of viral drunken rant A self-described 'pleb' who wrote a late-night, beer-fuelled, 800-word rant criticising Australia's Rugby Union side, the Wallabies, is shocked by the viral success of his post. From Saturday night to Monday morning, Jack Quigley's post on the Wallabies Facebook page had attracted more than 41,000 likes and 4,000 shares.

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  Furious Wallabies fan writes epic Facebook rant after Scotland loss © Provided by Sportal com au Jack Quigley just said what every Wallabies fan around Australia is thinking. And he’s absolutely spot on.

Who is Jack Quigley?

He’s the devastated Aussie rugby supporter grimly hanging onto some hope that his Wallabies side might eventually show some ticker – but time after time, game after game, he’s met with bitter disappointment.

After watching Australia lose 24-19 to “Scotland B,” 29-year-old Quigley published an angry post to the Wallabies’ Facebook page, slamming the side as “a disgrace.”

In a little over 15 hours, the post received more than 16,000 likes, 1400 shares and 3700 comments.

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“I'm a pleb. I'm a nobody. My opinion on rugby counts for the square root of f-all in the grand scheme of things,” Quigley wrote.

“But I've got one thing. Passion. Passion for the game of rugby. And for the Wallabies. And you can't deny me that. Despite your best efforts.

“I love you, but I'll be blunt. The Wallabies are a disgrace. You got lucky in the Quarter Finals of the World Cup in 2015 thanks to Craig Joubert losing the plot in the last minute (against Scotland, funnily enough) for some reason and you've lived off it ever since.”

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It didn’t stop there.

“When I was a kid - hell, even now, I would've given my left nut just to pull on a Wallabies jumper, but when I see you guys run out, I feel like you don't care.

“I KNOW you don't care, because it shows. And don't tell me I'm wrong. Don't say that you DO care, because my response is that you don't care ENOUGH! CLEARLY!”

You can check out Quigley’s full statement here. It’s worth a read.

Australian rugby is in dire straits, with one Super Rugby franchise set for the chopping block and the game struggling at the grassroots level.

The ARU faces a legal battle with whichever side it chooses to axe, but even if it didn’t, the organisation would be in a shambles.

Crowd numbers at Super Rugby games are dwindling and support for the national team is shrinking at an alarming rate.

At schools once considered rugby union strongholds, AFL and football are taking over.

It’s a wonder that Quigley and others like him haven’t jumped ship already. Only the real passionate rugby people remain. And their faith isn't being repaid.

How much longer will the diehards stick around?

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Bernard Foley has set the scene for a spicy showdown with Scotland, insisting the Wallabies deserved their controversial 2015 World Cup quarter-final win.Eighteen months after Foley's controversial 79th-minute penalty goal sent Scotland packing from the 2015 global showpiece, enraging fans in the northern hemisphere, Australia's super-boot on Tuesday maintained the Wallabies deserved to win that dramatic encounter at Twickenham.

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