Mark Alexander will be elected as the new president of SA Rugby at a general council meeting on Thursday.
Assistant coach Matt Proudfoot says the only criticism that the Springboks will pay attention to is their own, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Johannesburg.
The release of specialist winger Lwazi Mvovo once again highlights the Boks’ desperately limited options out wide, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Johannesburg.
Springbok coach Allister Coetzee continues to send out mixed messages regarding his selections and game plan, writes JON CARDINELLI in Johannesburg.
Damian de Allende, Lwazi Mvovo and Malcolm Marx have been released by the Boks and will be available for Currie Cup selection this weekend.
Allister Coetzee has backed his much-maligned centre contingent and said that the inclusion of Frans Steyn or Rohan Janse van Rensburg won’t strengthen the team. JON CARDINELLI in Johannesburg reports.
Allister Coetzee won’t consult coaches outside of the existing team and has denied that his staff is in need of extra technical assistance, reports JON CARDINELLI in Johannesburg.
Pat Lambie has been deemed ready for a return to Test rugby after receiving the all-clear from the Springbok medical team. CRAIG LEWIS reports in Johannesburg.
Wallabies centre Bernard Foley says that players who have performed in Super Rugby need time to make a successful transition to Test level, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Johannesburg.
A full-time specialist kicking coach would add the greatest value to the Springbok coaching group, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Allister Coetzee continues to limit his midfield options by selecting a squad that excludes the likes of Frans Steyn and Rohan Janse van Rensburg, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Allister Coetzee’s Springboks will record yet another unwanted first if they lose to the Wallabies at Loftus Versfeld next Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Bok coach Allister Coetzee has sent a secret request to SA Rugby asking for reinforcements in his assistant-coaching ranks.
Former SA Rugby president Oregan Hoskins says players of colour will continue to be ‘thrown in the deep end’ as a result of the government’s transformation requirements.
Corné Krige believes Springbok backline coach Mzwandile Stick has been prematurely thrown in the 'deep end'.
The inability for a settled Bok halfback combination to establish itself at Test level has been a perennial problem that still haunts the national side, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Allister Coetzee needs to back a more traditional game plan if the Springboks are to continue the tradition of beating the Wallabies in Pretoria, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Appointing Jake White in a mentorship capacity is the only way to save the struggling Springboks, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
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