"Gadhafi's cut us to pieces
. He's firing on us with tanks and missiles.
"I can't question the players' attitude, effort, or endeavour, but we just came up against some very good players today - at times they cut us to pieces
," he said.
We know there are areas we need to sharpen upon or Australia will cut us to pieces
"He went right through us and cut us to pieces
, so we knew we had to be big on him.
'We lost our shape and they cut us to pieces
. Six tries in so few minutes is difficult to accept.
"Maybe if Frank Lampard had scored with a 30-yard thunderbolt or they had cut us to pieces
with great play it would have been a little bit easier to take, but to concede a goal from a set-piece, it hurts, it just kills you.
There were 260 gliders and it was a good job the RAF had air supremacy, otherwise the Germans would have cut us to pieces
. The RAF looked after us on the way over."
'Wales have got runners who can cut us to pieces
if we are too loose this time,' he warned.
'They cut us to pieces
once in the game, while Willie Boland headed off the line.
Jason Smith and Richard Horne won't be playing and they cut us to pieces
there last time.
Davenport admitted the game-plan had been to contain the skilful opposition, adding: ``I think if we had gone gung-ho against them they would have cut us to pieces
. You saw that they could pass the ball but we kept everyone in front of us and made it difficult for them.
"Richie Barnett cut us to pieces
. It was the Barnett and Dymock show.
If we stand off them and give them space they will cut us to pieces
Warrington coach Darryl Van de Velde says of Peachey: "If we don't get a good chasing game on this guy from our kicks he'll cut us to pieces