19.9.2019 02:29 pm
Yet his value of the fullback’s playmaking abilities to the Springboks’ cause at the World Cup is undeniable.
The Springboks and All Blacks have now both named their sides for Saturday's massive World Cup clash in Yokohama.
The Springbok assistant coach is wary of Jerome Garces applying too much leeway with the whistle just because the All Blacks are, well, the All Blacks…
The former national scrumhalf also raves over the depth in the No 9 jersey as the opener against the All Blacks comes ever closer.
Aled Waters, the team’s fitness guru, reveals how Duane Vermeulen lost three kilograms in one training session!
Rassie Erasmus, with good reason, hasn’t been picking Free Staters for the national team. It’s a situation that might change rapidly.
SA Rugby’s new contracting model, transformation policies and the financial pressure on unions are contributing to a growing problem.
There’s a distinct sense that the Springboks’ relatively serene environment now becomes very much World Cup hectic.
The 27-year-old was named in South Africa’s squad just a day after allegations on social media that he insulted, assaulted, and pointed a gun at a homeless man.
The outspoken former Bok coach believes the lock should’ve been subjected to an internal investigation and dropped for the World Cup.
It’s all about Rassie Erasmus’ pragmatic game-plan, believes Bok legend Victor Matfield.
The legendary second rower, himself player-of-the-tournament in 2007, is particularly excited by the varied skills of the quartet in Japan.
Family and friends remind all again that the legendary winger merely wanted those around him to succeed.
South African rugby’s depth might continually be questioned, but this vintage shows the conveyor belt is still running.