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The Return Of The Coming Man

Some of the highlights of this year’s three-Test series between South Africa and France were the stellar performances from Jan Serfontein in midfield. The Springbok centre endured an injury-plagued 2016, and Damien de Allende’s failure to take the chances afforded to him in the 12 jersey opened the door for Serfontein to make it his own. 1,085 more words

Allister Coetzee

Why don't we get Jurie Roux to pay to get rid of AC?

For SARU to get rid of Allister Coetzee it is going to cost them R13 million to buy him out of his contract. Now surely there must be a villain in all of this mess? 494 more words

When you say nothing at all

After scratching my head, delving deep into the archives of my exceptional brain and searching through the endless pit that is my soul; I have finally figured out that the Springboks simply need some Ronan Keating in their lives. 573 more words


Springboks need the "Prophet of Doom"

Dark times indeed in the Springbok camp.

Coach Allister Coetzee himself has admitted to enduring the “darkest moment” of his coaching career.

It seems the only hope for the much maligned Springboks is the Limpopo “ 2,135 more words

Non-round Ball

21 November 2016 - The Endangered Species

The Springboks worst rugby season since re-admission in 1992 continues, with a 20-18 defeat against Italy – the first time the Springboks have lost to Italy


Where is the thinking in selection?

I have already written a few articles on the wisdom or lack thereof regarding the Springbok selection. Springbok squad for the tests. Roelof Smit was in all likelyhood going to make his debut against England but is now ruled out because of a pectoral muscle tear. 209 more words

South Africa are not in good shape a week before their showdown against England at Twickenham.

I love this time of year when the Southern Hemisphere teams travel north to compete against their Northern counterparts. Argentina hammered the Bok slaying Brave Blossoms of Japan 54-20 in Tokyo. 1,200 more words