22.11.2018 02:17 pm
We can’t do anything other than expect Bafana to be an embarrassment, but at least our other national side (and probably main one) go a long way in soothing our pain.
Last year Bafana Bafana fans burst out of their skins with joy after the team recorded their first win against Nigeria in a competitive match.
In Test rugby, Jedis rely too much on their superpowers … and need to learn that to be a capable soldier is a better bet at this level.
Watching the Springbok winger’s remarkable rise to stardom this season, one can only sum him up in a very unique Afrikaans way.
But the debate becomes interesting when the playing ability of the two Springbok flyhalves is compared.
The successful blueprint they’ve been following over the last five years is exactly what will keep making them bridesmaids.
It was a slog but the Lions coach has proven his worth in 2018, even if there were some fortunate circumstances.
Maybe the Lions pivot doesn’t quite have the extra oomph to be an international player. That hardly makes him a bad player though…
For far too long the Lions have been too obsessed with wowing the crowd with spectacular tries and refusing to back down from their approach.
Galle International Stadium is one book you shouldn’t judge by its cover.
The enigma that is African football has once again failed to capture the imagination at the World Cup.
The Proteas would do well to stop fussing over who should replace AB de Villiers and rather concentrating on keeping Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander fit for next year’s showpiece.
The seven black African starters in Saturday’s first Test against England isn’t window-dressing of any shape and form. The stats prove it.
What complete and utter nonsense, this sudden continental brotherhood thing.
It might not be all that useful to debate who should replace the recently retired legend for the World Cup because there’s a certain enigma still present.