George Musarurwa Gregan AMis a retired Australian rugby union player, and is currently Australia's highest ever internationally capped player...
We're focusing enough on doing what we have to do to get the right result and send him off with the fairytale end.
I wish him all the best (for the match). There's no player more deserved of the milestone and its been great to have the opportunity to share most of those matches with him and to watch him develop as a player.
I would not have put myself through the week I have been through if I was considering retirement,
We're all professional enough to put that on the shelf but of course there will be emotion because a lot of guys have played a lot of their career with him,
The result was disappointing but I thought our effort was outstanding. The All Blacks are a very dangerous team and can make you pay if you miss tackles. They got off to a flyer.
The big thing is they give a big boost of raw energy and enthusiasm and ? you just see the absolute excitement and joy of being part of the national team and it just reinforces to everyone the special sort of place we're in,
The big standout with the 2005 team is they're able to close out games under pressure. They held their composure and their nerve and turned what was a tight test match in their favour,
That's just fictitious. That's got nothing to do with where I am at the moment.
There'll be emotion at the end but this isn't the end, ... We have a couple of big efforts to go.
It was a tough game, they came out exactly how we expected. We were a little bit ill-disciplined in the first half, but we started the second half really well.
It's a great achievement, but the loss takes a bit away from that. We lost the match at the start of the second half.
It's a great honour. He was a tight forward, so it's amazing that he had such longevity in his career. But it's more about the team and making sure I do my job on the day.
It's good news that we've got a head coach in there...with his great experience both with here in Australia and what he's done overseas as well.
Everyone feels pressure, it's how you deal with it that's important. It's very unusual for Aussie teams to have a losing streak like this, so you want to snap out of it.
It was a great effort from the guys but we're a team which doesn't accept losses.
I`ve never seen an orange with the label Castle on it made of glass.
The Olympics are every four years and I think every athlete who competes in the Olympics wants the gold medal, and I think that's what the World Cup is for a rugby player - it's the gold medal.
The aspect of sport that you learn is that you have your good times and your bad times, but you share it with great people.