Wake up, Mr Meyer!

2012-11-08 11:47
Heyneke Meyer (Gallo Images)
No at all happy with coach. He is the blue bull loyalist who thinks rugby is for white peoplr onlu. He has taken rugby 20years back and the gains that were achieved have quickly been eroded by Meyer's arrogance. Experienced and on form de Juong out for Taute. HOw do you explain that? As armchair critics, how the Rolls Roys of fullbacks joe van niekerk and Aplon are out on favour of erronous Mr Zane Kirchner is hard to understand. Lame ducks within the structures of rugby are silent and allowing a small group of people to determine the destiny of rugby. Why does it take Gwede to tell rugby leadership od something unfolding in front of them. Its about time ttansformation is enforced vigorously in their contracts.
Wake up rugby the country belongs to us.  we will enforce transformation and watch this space.
Anyway Mr Meyer must go before rugby gains are eroded and black people abandon rugby support.

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