Why Saffa Expats thrive in Europe
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Jono Ross takes time out from his training camp in Brighton to speak about his call-up as well as why South African players are thriving in the European leagues.
Howie Kahn, Anton 'Worms' van Zyl and Morgan Newman get the show going by looking back at the Champions Cup Final before diving head first into the Joe Moody cheap shot on Kurtley Beale.
The recent announcement of the change to the Currie Cup format brings differing opinions from the panel from minute 12:36.
England squad member Jono Ross takes time out from his training camp in Brighton to speak to the Late Tackle panel about his call-up from Eddie Jones as well as why South African players are thriving in the European leagues. Ross makes special mention of Springbok Francois 'Faf' de Klerk.
The show wraps up with Worms and Morgan selecting their starting Springbok backline as well as reserves for those positions – something you definitely do not want to miss from minute 39:21.
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