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SA slam unruly All Blacks fans

2013-12-10 09:02
All Blacks fans (Gallo Images)
Port Elizabeth - Sport24 readers have expressed disgust at the way some All Blacks fans behaved at the Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens.

This follows reports that South Africans supporting New Zealand reportedly spat at team members of the Springbok Sevens team after they beat the All Black Sevens side in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.

SuperSport rugby writer, Brenden Nel, who was at the stadium reporting on the tournament, revealed the following via his official Twitter account:

"Bok Sevens team members tell how they were sworn at and spat at by South African All Black supporters on their victory lap. Classy."

This is what Sport24 readers had to say about the fans' behaviour:

"Disgusting!!!" - Lionel Kemm

"What a disgrace for our country during this time......well done boks!" - Graeme Swart

"These so-called all blacks are the lowest form of rugby supporters and south africans. Idiots living in the past." - Derrick Dawson

"All these fake Abs are the scum of the earth, the uncultered and degraded degenerates of SA. If anything real Abs wouldn't have anything to do with these low life delinquents, real Abs hold up integrity and respect. Bokke for life!!" - Stephen Trenam

"Its always the people who misbehave the most that get the attention." - Ryan Brewster

"Sad to say but I did not expect much better in the home of the Kings." - Barry de Klerk

"Shame on you filthy Scum." - Kenneth Mkhari

"Their main goal is not to support the AB's but rather to cause trouble." - Binne Goed

"SCUM! Thats all they are SCUM!!! Especially in the spirit that this weekend was." - Daniel Jardine

"They are low-life people who don't even deserve publicity in a news report. Scumbags!" - Sandy Lange

"Something needs to be done about these brainwashed idiots, catch them on camera, name shame and fine/ban them!" - Andy Kouka

"The All Blacks must be so proud to have them as supporters." - Ryan Jordan

"They are bitter and sore losers who can't accept that the better team one." - Craigh Adams

"Disgraceful and disrespectful and not appropriate under the circumstances of our great leaders passing!" - Craig Dennis

"Shame them - there were enough cameras around the ground. Publish their pictures." - Ryan Spencer

"Disguisting. Instead of South Africans standing together with the passing of the greatest leader the world has ever seen, and honouring Nelson Mandela's memory, the keep behaving like children. Please move to New Zealand you rubbish!" - Rudolf Dreyer

"I was at the Stadium. It was disgusting seeing South African's Booing one of our National Teams." - Alistair Stead

"Please dnt call these people fans,the sport dont need them!!" - Leslie Saayman
All Blacks fans. (Gallo Images)

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