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Mostert saga: World Rugby remains 'hands off'

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Mostert saga: World Rugby remains 'hands off'

REACTION: World Rugby has decided, for now, to take a hands-off approach in the Franco Mostert saga.

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Team of the Week: Mixed bag

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Team of the Week: Mixed bag

OPINION: There is a real mixed bag in @rugby365com's famous weekly selection.

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Boks suffer from 'tunnel vision'

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Boks suffer from 'tunnel vision'

NOVEMBER SPOTLIGHT: The Springboks will have to be a lot smarter on the field when they face Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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All Blacks don't need to think of painful past for motivation

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All Blacks don't need to think of painful past for motivation

NOVEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Six Nations Grand Slam champions Ireland present enough of a challenge for world champions New Zealand in Saturday's Test for the Kiwis not to have to be motivated by a painful def...

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The fact is many South Africans lost their lives in the two World Wars. The poppy remembers those who gave all they had. Certainly SARU should have shown decency, but again maybe they got some directive from the ANC about not honouring imperialist,racist warmongers.....or something.

I think it is due to the fact that he was available for the June Tests and some RC.......so he used up his freebies, so to speak.

I would like to watch all this years tests in sequence......I have a nagging suspicion Rassie is "Practising" certain aspects of play and has done so in all but 4 test matches. The first two against the English and the two AB games. IMO he is putting the blinkers on our opposition as well as on some fans......
I hope he'll be practising a running open surprise for us on Saturday, weather depending of course.

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Tough chaps all the best to the injured players , hope all recover soon and well..

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Only half of your argument is true.

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Poite is not the worst we could get.

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The fact is many South Africans lost their lives in the two World Wars. The poppy remembers those who gave all they had. Certainly SARU should have shown decency, but again maybe they got some directive from the ANC about not honouring imperialist,racist warmongers.....or something.

I think it is due to the fact that he was available for the June Tests and some RC.......so he used up his freebies, so to speak.

I would like to watch all this years tests in sequence......I have a nagging suspicion Rassie is "Practising" certain aspects of play and has done so in all but 4 test matches. The first two against the English and the two AB games. IMO he is putting the blinkers on our opposition as well as on some fans......
I hope he'll be practising a running open surprise for us on Saturday, weather depending of course.

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Tough chaps all the best to the injured players , hope all recover soon and well..

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Only half of your argument is true.

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Poite is not the worst we could get.

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for me , with his current gameplan, that sounds a bloody good idea. However, he can also merely break his own tunnel vision and instruct his team to play with freedom, adventure and perhaps a smidgen of creativity

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