FourFourSeconds ago, Australia hosted the Rugby World Cup.
This was supposed to be Australia’s chance to show off our rugby talents.
In the lead up to the event, it was all about Australia.
It was all the time.
We were all on holiday, the media was there, the crowds were there.
It seemed to be the only time anyone was happy.
But as the weeks and months went on, things changed.
We started to get bored with it, and it became a time of mourning.
It was time for a change.
I was looking forward to watching our best players play, but after the game, I realised the focus wasn’t on them.
It wasn’t about our players, but on the team.
And we lost the World Cup for a few weeks.
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