Rassie Erasmus is hardly the embarrassment that some are making him out to be, according to Afrikaans columnist, KAPTEIN KORTBROEK.
Our Afrikaans columnist Kaptein Kortbroek welcomes Rassie back to the snakepit and wonders whether some of Ireland’s rugby scribes had a few whiskeys before kick-off.
From his Karoo Art Hotel balcony our Afrikaans columnist KAPTEIN KORTBROEK reflects on the Rugby Championship and feels that a buddy-buddy situation between senior players and coaches could be a cause of their bipolar performances.
This latest scandal involving the Springbok dietician Zeenat Simjee has ended Elton Jantjies’ dream of winning back-to-back World Cups, or has it? KAPTEIN KORTBROEK looks at the possibilities.
Disprins, a cream donut and a bloody mary made with brannas seems to have cured his babbelas, but KAPTEIN KORTBROEK isn’t sure walloping the Wallabies has cured the Springboks from blowing hot and cold.
Waking up without a babbelas for a change, KAPTEIN KORTBROEK reflects on the Adelaide Annihilation and shows yellow to anyone lauding the Aussies for being superior on the day when, in fact, the Boks were so poor they would have lost to Japan’s reserve team.
When the Bomb Squad misfires the Boks lose their edge, our Afrikaans columnist KAPTEIN KORTBROEK investigates another squad system and gives his take on what the Springbok management team is likely to do to regain momentum.
There’s nothing like a record victory over the All Blacks to give a team a big head, and the Springboks paid a heavy price for their complacency at Ellis Park, writes our Afrikaans columnist KAPTEIN KORTBROEK.
In his debut column on sarugbymag.co.za, KAPTEIN KORTBROEK celebrates the brute that is Malcolm Marx, Damian Willemse’s world-class tackle and kicking the All Blacks in their “klokke”…