So you haven’t watched any videos?
Leicester in the 2003* final for starters. Any team that Munster played whereby Roman Poitre was refereeing generally beat up the Munster pack at scrums.
Look at the video posted earlier. It’s O’Gara trying (with not too much success) to tackle and getting run over. This happened quite a few times. I saw O’Gara miss quite a lot of tackles in his career but it wasn’t for the want of trying. As for being soft, he was mentally very, very tough. His goal-kicking later in his career is testament to that.
As for being 6cm shorter, ask your Mrs about the difference 6cm can make. It’s not all about height, either. Anyone who knows their rugby would know that (and I said Sexton was much taller, anyway).
You claimed everything in my post earlier was wrong. You have tried (just now) unsuccessfully to refute TWO aspects of it. What about the other points, if everything was wrong?
The only thing you have proven is your clear dislike for O’Gara, probably on the basis of him being either from Cork, ginger or having played for Munster (or a combination of all). The truth is, however, that he was an integral part of a team that won two Heineken Cups and a national team that won a Grand Slam. Did he have his shortcomings? Yes, he did. But he more than made up for them with what he did have to offer.
*2002 final, before I am accused of misinformation. Had to google that, didn’t google anything else to support my points.