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De Bruin is Boks' attack 'guru'

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De Bruin is Boks' attack 'guru'

JUNE SPOTLIGHT: Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick says Lions head coach Swys de Bruin is the man responsible for South Africa's improved showing on attack during the England series.

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VIDEO: Wallabies ‘unfulfilled’ ahead series decider. VIDEO: Wallabies ‘unfulfilled’ ahead series decider.

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VIDEO: Wallabies ‘unfulfilled’ ahead series decider.

JUNE SPOTLIGHT: Australia have to focus on producing a ‘fulfilled’ performance during Saturday's series decider against Ireland, fullback Israel Folau revealed.

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AUDIO: No racism, as Ashwin 'walks out' again

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AUDIO: No racism, as Ashwin 'walks out' again

NEWS: There was no racism, subtle or otherwise, in the controversial incident that resulted in former Springbok wing Ashwin Willemse walking out of a live studio broadcast.

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The Goode XV to beat the Boks

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The Goode XV to beat the Boks

OPINION: Former England flyhalf and now media pundit Andrew James Goode names a team he feels will be good enough to beat the Springboks at Newlands.

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He had ample time to tell his side

DSTV is not big enough for me AND Ashwin. If they keep him on, they will lose my subscription. And they will get a notice stating the reasons for it in full.

Could you at the very least have chosen a better word than probe 😂😂😂

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Not really ... Dont expect Rassie to steer to far away from a heavy tactical approach . He might just offer space for abit of of the cuff play.

Like Ackers did?

AE and Kriel played together for junior boks, it also worked.

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Understandably most of the vociferous objections are coming from the Kiwi fans, oh and the odd yellow-bellied turncoat :-), what a surprise! In fairness, I wouldn't call it a blatant bias, but there are definitely some skewed sanctions. It used to be predominantly vs the Boks, but of late it is universal.
This will just raise the awareness amongst refs, that they are now under the spotlight. All fans expect is a fair system. Deliberate foul play, should be treated as such. All Blacks, definitely getting away with murder, not their fault, so I won't label the team, but officials need to be consistent.

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He had ample time to tell his side

DSTV is not big enough for me AND Ashwin. If they keep him on, they will lose my subscription. And they will get a notice stating the reasons for it in full.

Could you at the very least have chosen a better word than probe 😂😂😂

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Not really ... Dont expect Rassie to steer to far away from a heavy tactical approach . He might just offer space for abit of of the cuff play.

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Understandably most of the vociferous objections are coming from the Kiwi fans, oh and the odd yellow-bellied turncoat :-), what a surprise! In fairness, I wouldn't call it a blatant bias, but there are definitely some skewed sanctions. It used to be predominantly vs the Boks, but of late it is universal.
This will just raise the awareness amongst refs, that they are now under the spotlight. All fans expect is a fair system. Deliberate foul play, should be treated as such. All Blacks, definitely getting away with murder, not their fault, so I won't label the team, but officials need to be consistent.

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I agree about injuries - that's what I was getting at in my roundabout way :)

Crotty and Goodhue... Goodhue is not tested yet, so the jury is still out. But I think that's a good combo - it allows Crotty to play at 12 and Laumape to come off the bench to shatter fragile defences in the later stages.

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