Former Springbok and Vodacom Bulls boss Heyneke Meyer has admitted he will remain a staunch advocate for Super Rugby despite South Africa’s breakaway from the competition to join an extended PRO16 in Europe.
Former coach Heyneke Meyer says he will never process the disappointment of the Springboks’ shock defeat to Japan at the 2015 World Cup.
Springbok legend Fourie du Preez has detailed how Loffie Eloff relieved him of his contractual obligations to the Lions in order to allow him to pursue a career at the Vodacom Bulls .
Former Springbok centre Lionel Mapoe has opened up about Stade Français’ turbulent times during Heyneke Meyer’s tenure in charge.
Heyneke Meyer officially tendered his resignation as Stade Francais director of rugby and coach after it was reported that he had been sacked.
Multiple reports suggest that Heyneke Meyer has been removed from his role as director of rugby of French Top 14 side Stade Francais after a poor start to the season.
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Stade Français owner Hans-Peter Wild has given his full backing to coach Heyneke Meyer despite the club’s poor start to the French Top 14 season.
Former Bok assistant coach Johann van Graan says he does not regret vacating his former role following South Africa’s World Cup win in Japan.
French giants Stade Français have confirmed the signing of former Junior Bok scrumhalf James Hall on a two-year deal.