Hubbard, James, 1949- :"4 more years dingo..." 18 October 2011

Hubbard, James, 1949- :"4 more years dingo..." 18 October 2011
Date
2011
By
Setford News Photo Agency
Ref
DCDL-0019274
Description
An old-style record player described as 'His Master's Voice...' equipped with a wide-mouthed trumpet decorated with a silver fern plays a song '4 more years Dingo...' Nearby a dingo with the head of makes a puddle on the floor. Context: The Australian Wallabies' coach is 'Dingo' (Robbie) Deans. The All Blacks beat the Wallabies in the semi finals of the Rugby World Cup. The comment '4 more years Dingo' is a reference to a comment made by George Gregan led the Wallabies into the final of the 2003 Rugby World Cup - defeating the All Blacks in the semi final but losing to England in the final. This contest led to a controversy for Gregan when he taunted his opponents in defeat with the comment, "Four more years boys, four more years". (Wikipedia) Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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