Boks released for Currie Cup

2011-08-01 15:15

Cape Town - A group of 23 players involved in the Springboks’ preliminary Rugby World Cup squad have been released back to their clubs and provinces to be available for Absa Currie Cup selection this weekend.

The list includes 15 of the 29 players who were part of the squad for the away leg of the Castle Tri-Nations Series.

The Springbok squad for the home leg of the Castle Tri-Nations series will be announced by electronic media release on Friday.

“Eight of this group have not played any rugby since the end of the Vodacom Super Rugby competition and have been on rehabilitation programmes, with their European clubs or with the Springbok squad,” said Springbok coach Peter de Villiers.

“Our medical team is continuing assessments on the remainder of the players who were unavailable for selection for the away leg. There are still injury concerns around a number of them.”

The eight players who have not appeared since the end of the Super Rugby season are: BJ Botha, Heinrich Brüssow, Elton Jantjies, Zane Kirchner, Francois Louw, Johann Muller, Adriaan Strauss and Coenie Oosthuizen.

De Villiers said the players released back to their provinces and clubs remained in contention for Springbok selection for the Tri-Nations and Rugby World Cup.

Players released are:

Bjorn Basson - Blue Bulls
BJ Botha - Ireland (Munster)
Heinrich Brüssow - Free State Cheetahs
Adrian Jacobs - Sharks
Elton Jantjies - Lions
Zane Kirchner - Blue Bulls
Patrick Lambie - Sharks
Francois Louw - England (Bath)
Charl McLeod - Sharks
Lwazi Mvovo - Sharks
Odwa Ndungane - Sharks
Wynand Olivier - Blue Bulls
Dean Greyling - Blue Bulls
Alistair Hargreaves - Sharks
Ryan Kankowski - Sharks
Werner Kruger - Blue Bulls
Ashley Johnson - Free State Cheetahs
Johann Muller - Northern Ireland (Ulster)
Coenie Oosthuizen - Free State Cheetahs
Chiliboy Ralepelle - Blue Bulls
Deon Stegmann - Blue Bulls
Adriaan Strauss - Free State Cheetahs
Flip van der Merwe - Blue Bulls


  • Green Oaks - 2011-08-01 15:21

    They should be tagged and released. Tag must read: NEVER come back!!!!

      Obama Bin Laden - 2011-08-01 15:32


      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-01 16:31

      ....tag for PDV as well... ......never come back....

      Kaapie - 2011-08-01 17:53

      So where do you fish!

      StBad - 2011-08-01 19:05

      @Kaapie: response: at the lower end of the rugby gene pool, clearly! ...retracted...

      Andre - 2011-08-04 15:00


  • Sh@rks Fever - 2011-08-01 15:23

    Where will BJ, Louw and Muller be playing Currie Cup, or will they just be relaxing a bit.

      jk - 2011-08-01 15:46


      Marshall - 2011-08-01 15:50

      What is going on with glory boy Butch? Not exactly done enough to prove himself a credible selection in a CURRENT Bok set-up. Get him on a field and lets see how he does.

      Porra - 2011-08-01 16:05

      Marshall: If you had DSTV you would have seen him playing for Bath. Wake up little suzy!

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 16:22

      DaBoyz - please don't look down on people who can't afford DSTV?

      Marshall - 2011-08-01 16:33

      @Porra, not exactly Super Rugby is it you big chop?

      Gorilla - 2011-08-01 16:36

      Marshall - Butch is a legend. He's Chuck Norris' godchild I believe. He owns Pieter Snorlippie.

      Mark - 2011-08-01 16:39

      @Marshall... he played Super Rugby for the Lions and was bloody awesome!

      Marshall - 2011-08-01 16:53

      @Mark, he is mistakenly credited with igniting the mini-resurgence the Lions had, as it was actually Elton who had a (rare) blinder against the Brumbies that set it off (Butch was glued to the bench). He then spent most of his handful of games at 12, and yes, as a big fish in a small pond he was bound to look better than those around him and add some experience, but other than the time he spent on the field vs The Sharks, he wasn't remarkable... oh ja, until he he spectacularly lived up to his billing as a yellow card and displayed the full might of his uncoordinated tackle arm (as he did several times for Bath too). He just isn't worth the big hype that surrounds him. This is not 2007, and he hasn't done much to warrant current selection ahead of Grant, Lambie... or Steyn for that matter. He seems favored by some based on distant and selective memory. Like I said, put him on the field and let him play for the Lions in the CC and let see how how he goes.

      Marshall - 2011-08-01 16:56

      @Gorilla, um a little too obvious a pen-name for you Butch! What did PdV tell you about self-promotion on public forums?

      G8 - 2011-08-01 17:15

      Last year he got a yellow for boks againt Italy. Agree marshal not worth it.

      StBad - 2011-08-01 19:11

      In Butch's defence: far too much pressure on him walking into a struggling team, and I can he can certainly add value to the Boks but dropping him in now would really send the wrong message from the coaching staff... (watch him start the game in PE, I'll laugh)

      GraemeBB - 2011-08-01 21:09

      @Mark - LOL, you are funny! It was a joke right? His yellow card against the Sharks took away their momentum, and lost a great lead. Is that awesome? Okie dokie.

      caleb69 - 2011-08-02 08:50

      We need Butch in the backline, not sum sissies who cant tackle, so what if its sometimes abit high. This is a contact sport not soccer

      GraemeBB - 2011-08-02 10:17

      @Cable69 - So what if it is a bit high? Are you a bit high? Let me explain. A bit high = yellow card. Yellow card = 10 minutes off the field. 10 minutes of the field = 14 men on the field. Do the math dude. It is a big deal. Silly post.

  • Sh@rks Fever - 2011-08-01 15:24

    LOL. After the weekend the Bulls need some of their players. Will be a different side the Lions will be facing this weekend.

      Thrive - 2011-08-01 15:55

      Not a single Province player released !

      DaBoyz - 2011-08-01 16:12

      @Thrive. you sure about that. there are few or none to be reased.

      Master debat - 2011-08-01 17:17

      I see Morne Styne has not been released ! maybe they told him to quite rugby altogether.

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 19:01

      Guess again Master Bate.

      Coach18 - 2011-08-01 20:17

      @masterbater! he is the 10 everyone does not want but i beg to differ, even though hes form is questionable poor old patric bambie did not do anything against the black to get them on the front either, infact i hardly saw him in the game because he is a lil sissy so we sit with the dilema with no number 10 grants a panzy butch needs to join WWE lambie is gay, steyn is not great at this stage but he has kicked the bulls to super rugby glory help SA achieve what they have never done before in beating the British lions oh ya and he is the fastest south african to score 100 points??? but still no one see's positives, i realise that he needs to learn to tackle big problem in that dept, he needs to get the backs on the frontfoot(forwards need to play ball too and a decent half back NOT pienaaaaaaaar) because that how he makes me feel. to the point we are struggling for a decent 10 steyn is the only one that is and can play at the highest level and not buckle. skaapie is still very young and lets face it he is no James O'Conner?? you tell me?

      Skiballas - 2011-08-01 21:30 a bit of a knob hey. Yarra about Lambie not getting the Boks on the front foot, then defend Steyn by saying he cant get the Boks on the front foot cos the forwards are crap and Pienaar's service is even worse. Mmmmm, maybe you noticed the same forward performance and same Pienaar against the All Blacks? Or you just a biased little blue pimple? At least with Lambie we saw a) not every effing ball being kicked as an up and under (in fact, all up and unders were kicked by Steyn) and we saw a flyhalf that actually tackles. So get your blinkers off mate, before someone biaatchslaps them off you...

      HanHan - 2011-08-02 05:36

      @coach18 - Now if sissylambie was not doing the tackling who was the clone-clown who appeared on the field and defended the flyhalf channel with confidence? Don't do a Gaffie du Toit on Lambie! He started his first game playing for an under-performing team against a team - brimming with confidence - knowing that they are the class act at present.

      HanHan - 2011-08-02 05:43

      coach_18: Teams are NOT SCARED of our forwards any more. We have been lulled into a false sense of forwards-security. If you think this 2007 recipe is still the answer - well, other coaches have been working on how to neutralize our one-and-only plan and we are painted into a corner...

      caleb69 - 2011-08-02 08:53

      Yes that is the only chance of them getting at least a bonus point, go Lions!!

      Coach18 - 2011-08-02 08:59

      At Skiballas and HanHan, cant you oaks read i am not here to praise either steyn not bambie, my post is about the boks struggling at 10, surely you want to send the number 10 that scores you points after all it is point that wins the game or are you guys too busy watching soccer?? as i stated steyn has alot of flaws in his game but at this stage he is the most consistant point scorer for the boks, dont be so effing ignorant, lambie is a pleasure to watch at curry cup level and super rugby, not at test rugby, people are quick to Dis steyn and defend ou skaapie but they both played under the same conditions and as for bambie he was hardly on his man putting any pressure on him a 10 should be able to control the game both with ball in hand and off the boot, i assure come the home leg of the tri nations you will see a different morney steyn when he is recieving ball from arguably the best 9 in the world, lambie would play better too. i would say you oaks have the blinkers on coz if the the ball is not won on the ground by the forwards how are backs supposed to be unleashed?? think abit chap this is rugga to netball all 15 have to shine to make the boks win not just bambie or steyn.

  • SAFFA-CAT - 2011-08-01 15:29

    The Bulls will throw all their players in - they have to. But what do the Sharks do? Risky to put the whole lot in en-masse.....(the current team seem to be gelling frikkin well) Bad news for my WP chaps though....the Cheetahs team will be strengthened somewhat......

      bakkebul - 2011-08-01 15:46

      I must say that I find it strange that Patrick's released and not Morne. What could the plan be?

      jk - 2011-08-01 15:48

      no problem saffa- we have to win, that lions cannot run away with it...

      Shauno - 2011-08-01 15:51

      Couldn't agree more bakkebul, very strange and scary, you could pick Lambie on defense alone and he beats Steyn, place kicking shouldnt be too much of an issue.???

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-08-01 16:05

      @bakkebul - I genuinely think Morne Steyn needs a rest. He has played non-stop for the Bulls and Boks since 2009.....without any break. He is still part of the WC planning I reckon, and maybe all the chap needs to regain some form and confidence is a little break. Wise move. Although I do like Lambie, I still think Steyn - yes Steyn, has a role to play. Let's see what squad for the home leg of the tri-series looks like when it is announced on Friday. @jk - we gelled beautifully on Saturday did we not - pleasure to watch.

      Sarge - 2011-08-01 16:07

      Just happy that Deysel remained with the Bokke! One of the best flankers around!!!

      jk - 2011-08-01 16:20

      saffa- it was music to my heart...

      bakkebul - 2011-08-01 16:24

      @ Saffa & Jk: Don't you know that its bad manners to revel in someone else’s misery?!!

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 16:24

      jk, you are almost out of the closet.. keep going! If you can dream it, you can do it!!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-08-01 16:30

      @bakkebul - we are WP/Stormer fans.....we have had the monopoly on misery in this country for the last 10 years....Someone else's turn now - caring is sharing.

      bakkebul - 2011-08-01 16:39

      @ Saffa - Then start sharing our misery!!

      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-01 16:42

      ...Morne Steyn should rather go play for the Bulls... .......he is wasting his talent in the Protea team... ......because of the plaooooka AA coach...

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 19:02

      Saffa, it's "sharing is caring"

      Coach18 - 2011-08-01 20:25

      @SAFFA all steyn needs is a solid foward pack protecting him with a half back that can get him and the back on the front foot. Then he will destroy teams! bambie is good but much overrated even Stephan Tereblanche said that he entered test match rugga too soon.

  • kosie - 2011-08-01 15:35

    brussouw needs some game time now, or he must just stay away...

      Marshall - 2011-08-01 17:29

      It is unfortunate, but true.

  • pswart40 - 2011-08-01 15:35

    ja dis nou tipies....Die leeus speel mos nou die naweek die bulle, so hulle sal natuurlik bokke terug kry...

      kosie - 2011-08-01 15:37

      are you scared, don't have to worry, wynand will show us again that he can't pass the ball...

      Big Al - 2011-08-01 15:41

      Well you guys have had it easy up to now. Lets see how the Lions do against proper opposition!

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 15:41


      Marx - 2011-08-01 15:52

      pswart40, nou hoeveel Bokke is uit by die Leeus??

      Hennie - 2011-08-03 14:53

      as hulle soos bokke of bulle speel gaan die leeus hulle anyway mors!!!!hehehe

  • Claude - 2011-08-01 15:37

    No WP players but then P de V has never liked Province - I guess he knows Alister is a far better coach. - 2011-08-01 15:43

      No buddy! Gio and Juan will be joining up with the real Bokke in Rustenburg.

      Kleinboet - 2011-08-02 01:15

      It's not a case of not liking Province. The Province players are retained because they are Bok material. Even PdeV can see that now. Pity Thelo Wakefield don't want them in the WP team if they are white. - 2011-08-02 10:14

      other way round bud. He loves the WP players thats why they are staying

  • Rob van den Heuvel - 2011-08-01 15:41

    Right now the Bulls need all the help they can get. They'll prob even play Flip vdM, broken rib n all. Who knows, guys like Wynand, Bason and Stegman may even shine at Currie Cup level.

  • BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 15:41

    Great!! Bulle Bo!!

  • - 2011-08-01 15:43

    Now if only we could release Ruan Pienaar into the wild.

      BlueRaven - 2011-08-01 15:56

      lol! Funny :)

      Makutu - 2011-08-01 16:03


  • Anneleen - 2011-08-01 15:44

    Firstly, welcome back to SA, Bokke! And all luck to the road ahead...CC, Tri-Nations and RWC!

  • Kok - 2011-08-01 15:50

    Vrystaat gaan vir die wit WP span 'n goeie pak slae geen in Bloem

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 15:54

      Very cute, kok.

      Chillipop - 2011-08-01 15:56 must have loved the article about the race card...seems as though that is one of your favourite cards to play...get a life dude, we are SO passed it! Oh, and by the way, the people that stay in your mentioned "white" areas - we PAY to stay put that in your pipe and smoke it!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-08-01 16:35

      @Kok - you do realise that the Cheetahs fielded a PURE white team for 2 weeks in a row? You really can be such an idiot - are you aware that 200 years ago we would be throwing fruit at you whilst you were shackled to a wooden chair at a travelling carnival/circus. Was standard fair for idiots at the time.... PS: I accused you a while back of having 'personal beef' with the WPRFU - you denied it.....yet the truth has funny old way of revealing itself. Think before you ink.

      Bosaap - 2011-08-01 16:36

      In your dreams kokkie!!!!!!!!!!!

      Jack - 2011-08-01 16:47

      Net nog `n koffel wat nog steeds wit en swart sien en nie rugby spelers nie!!!

      Charl - 2011-08-01 20:10

      Jy is seker laf Kok,WP gaan Vrystaat ook n rugby les leer !! Net soos flou Bulle die naweek !!

      Kleinboet - 2011-08-02 01:28

      No, BiggestBull, cute people do not make other people want to puke puke. Kok is a racist, like Wakefield. And a stirrer. And a nincompoop. SAFFAS-CAT, Chillipop, best to ingore Kok. If we make him feel lonesome enough, he might just go away and stay away. He is posting stuff to get a reaction from you guys, not because he is serious. - 2011-08-02 10:16

      Again with the race thing. This is the reason why this country is such a kok up.

  • Shauno - 2011-08-01 15:51

    Lambie released - Steyn - stays on ?????

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 15:54

      Steyn is king!

      Rob van den Heuvel - 2011-08-01 15:58

      @BiggestBull - clearly you did not watch Steyn's last two games or your rugby knowledge could use some improvement. Here's a tip, remove those blue tinted glasses!

      Sarge - 2011-08-01 16:01

      Jip? I have no idea what's going on in P-divy's brain or lack of one! Shame for Lambie though, would really have liked to see what he can do with proper front foot ball! Still think he needs to be at fullback though.

      Wayne Hawkey - 2011-08-01 16:02

      @shauno that is a very strange and troubling decision.. @BiggestBull steyn is the king of Pretoria... but not SA...not on current form

      flat bier - 2011-08-01 16:03

      King of what??Hasbeens?

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 16:14

      One bad season doesn't make you a hasbeen. Why do "fans" nail players when they lose form rather than support them through tough times? Pierre Spies and Habana are perfect examples. I suppose that's the difference between a fan and a supporter?

      docraven - 2011-08-01 16:19

      Great news for the Bulls.Its confirmed that all the players have signed up for the next production of Swan Lake.Well Done Boys

      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-01 16:35

      ....Morne steyn must show PDV a middle finger and go play for the Bulls... least Morne will then have a decent coach... .....and not an AA palooka...

      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-01 16:36

      Flat beer, the WeePee are already the Kings of has-beens... ......10 years, no cups... ....he he he ehe he he he he..!!! - 2011-08-01 16:43

      Don't want to Lambie to get injured. Don't really care about Steyn. Lose him, bring in Grant. Hold thumbs.

      Steyts - 2011-08-01 16:47

      @ docraven - HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!! Love it!!

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-01 16:51

      My opinion - Fred Flintstone would break the line easier than Steyn and he is probably better on defence as well . He can't even kick a proper up-and-under anymore !!!!!!

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 19:05

      Spike, Grant??!! My 5 year old son can kick further than him. He has no BMT.

      Kleinboet - 2011-08-02 01:35

      The youngster has been released to go and get some experience, I would say. Perhaps he will be a classy flyhalf in a few years' time. Most probably a full back' If you want to pick somebody without experience at flyhalf for the RWC, pick Catrakilis. Now, there is class!

      HanHan - 2011-08-02 05:47

      BiggestBull - Steyn? At present? You are hardup!

  • Porra - 2011-08-01 16:09

    Morne Steyn will join the group Rustenburg and being taught how to run and pass a ball as well as tackle. The same for Ruan. - 2011-08-01 16:46

      No hope for Ruan. if he doesn't know by now.............

  • Northern Stormer - 2011-08-01 16:12

    Well done guys they realised all the way from Nieu Zeeland which provinces needed re-inforcement urgently in the CC - Bulls 8/ FS 4 / Sharks 7 / Lions 1 / WP 1 & expats 2. Over and above that we have a secret agent in WP Rugby recruiting for Bulls (Wakefield) - he make silly remarks and stir the pot and voila more players run out to other provinces !! Nicely done

      bakkebul - 2011-08-01 16:33

      Must say, interesting (but exciting) take on Wakefield’s comments. Wouldn’t mind another couple of Sadies & Engelbrechts

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-01 16:35

      @bakkebul - Praat jy nou !!!!

      Oukoos - 2011-08-01 23:40

      BAKKEBUL, Nadat Wakefield al die jong wit sterre weggejaag het (ja JJ en Sadie is maar net die begin) sal 80% van die Blou Bulle se span uit ex-WP spelers bestaan. Dan kan ons albei vir die Bulle skree - jy vir die 3 regte Blou Bulle en ek vir die 12 WP/Blou Bulle

      bakkebul - 2011-08-02 09:38

      @ Oukoos - Dis reg met my - ek dink in elk geval met die professionele era staan 'n mens 100% agter wie ook al jou span se trui oor sy kop trek!! Moet sê dat ek nie kan dink dat Wakefield WP se belange op die hart dar deur in die pers gal te braak nie. Saffa se comments rakende klub politiek sit sy optrede seker maar in perspektief.

  • John - 2011-08-01 16:14

    Not a single WP player! Strange that the province ending 2nd on the S15 log plus last years cc and S14 finalists have no players good enough to make a Bok "B" side.

      BiggestBull - 2011-08-01 16:19

      WP = under achievers FACT

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-01 16:23

      Francois Louw would still be available to WP ?? The rest of the WP players are better than the "B" side and went straight through to "A" squad !!!

      Bosaap - 2011-08-01 16:37

      Hi John jy ook maar lekker dom ne!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-08-01 16:38

      @John - Aplon and de Jongh are guaranteed part of the WC group.......which is why they have not been released. F Louw is no longer contracted to WP - he is with Bath.

      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-01 16:38

      ...WeePee = 10 losers... ...10 year faders... ...10 years NO cups....

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-01 16:44

      @JohnnyBB _ There we go again - You guys only have three answers for all intellectual challenges post upon you; (1) "10 Years no cups", (2) "30 attempts and no success, (3) We won S15 three times. Hopefully in the near future someone will assist and add one or two more !! Strongs mate !!!!

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-01 16:47

      @SAFFA-CAT - Correct with Flo - pity though !!! Can't understand why Steyn is then kept in the squad. he need serious CC game time !!!!

      Oukoos - 2011-08-01 23:34

      JOHNNY BB, as Wakefield sy sin kry, sal al die jong wit sterre uitwyk en sal die WP nie meer in die Curriebeker groep wees nie

  • Gorilla - 2011-08-01 16:33

    Brilliant - screw the RWC and the Tri Nations, bring on the Currie Cup. Get some big names back in the mix and fill those stadiums.

  • pcpcoetzee89 - 2011-08-01 16:55

    We at the BULLS NEED any possible somebody who ever played rugga at some stage ... good grief - we are busy out doing ourselves ... one "gallant performance" after another ... our kindergarten splashing around ... building imaginary rugby "mud cakes" ... please HELP US!

      bakkebul - 2011-08-01 16:58

      Amen to that!!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-08-01 16:59

      This is funny.....seriously. LMFAO. (at your comment)

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-01 17:10

      Nice laugh my man !!!

      GraemeBB - 2011-08-01 21:22

      @Unfortunately, our boys are drowning, We do need our boys that arent going to play for the Boks at home. I for one feel alot better about this. Come on Bulls - lets play rugby!

      Oukoos - 2011-08-01 23:32

      GraemeBB, volgende jaar gaan julle 'n klomp aanwinste uit die WP kry - al die jong outjies wat te wit is vir die WP span.

      Kleinboet - 2011-08-02 01:41

      I understand Earl Rose and Luke Watson are available …

      GraemeBB - 2011-08-02 10:26

      @Oukoos - Sorry, but those boys need a home, and WP's house is full, so no hard feelings. It is best for their future. @Kleinboet - both of those players are of colour (Watson by political default), so Wakefield will probably sign them for the Stormers. With both Duane and Peter Grant being unavailible, it is a perfect solution.

  • jase880 - 2011-08-01 19:00

    I don't understand this. Does this mean that the players who weren't released are frontrunners for the World Cup? From watching the last 2 bok games, I thought Morne Steyn was very off form, and Lambie looked much stronger at Flyhalf. Then Lambie gets released and Steyn stays? Also, Mvovu seems to me to be a frontrunner for the RWC but he's been released. And yet we are apparently playing our top side for the remaining 2 Tri-Nations games? Very confused :(

  • pcundertaker - 2011-08-01 19:16

    daar moet iets gedoen word om die blou bulle te help al is dit teen die lions maar ons sal hul wys. Lions is wenners

  • Mauritz - 2011-08-01 19:19

    Why in the world is Pat Lambie and Mvovo released. Peter sien dalk iets wat ons nie sien nie. Ah well. Goeie nuus vir die Sharks in die ander hand.

  • Oukoos - 2011-08-01 19:21

    Hoekom kla omdat ons Springbokke nie vrygestel is nie? Ons het goeie jong spelers en al is ons kans nou swakker teen die Vrystaat, is ek steed bly dat ons jong ouens 'n verdere kans kry. Wen of verloor, WP bo

  • Jan - 2011-08-01 19:44

    Blou Bul ondersteuners klink soos 'n grammafoon plaat was vashaak, met die 10 jaar storie ens, maar nou dat hulle goed op hulle herrie gekry het saterdag, word niks van gese nie???? Suur druiwe

  • Charl - 2011-08-01 20:07

    Why is the Province players not been released ?

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  • nobokjoy - 2011-08-02 07:16

    here is another saru scam.they release all the other provinces players,but not the wp players.let them loose a couple of games before they release the wp players,smell like match fixing.

  • Justin - 2011-08-02 07:50

    Why has Lambie been released?

  • babasmit - 2011-08-02 09:13

    Just as well that Western Province is not playing the Bulls this coming weekend. With the returning Boks at their disposal the Bulls forwards would have destroyed us!

  • Flavi Pelliccia - 2011-08-02 10:14

    Basson should never wear a springbok jersey again,if he plays like he did on Saturday.In my view he can join the Earl Rose club of useless pricks.

  • Tricerotops - 2011-08-02 10:45

    Ou snorre is the best rugby coach ever, we will win 5 more RWC cups, with him.

  • AngelD - 2011-08-02 12:05

    What does Boks and currie cup a good cuppa Veal Curry??? hehe

  • Showahed - 2011-08-02 12:36

    Pity some of the WP players were not released....Wakefield would have been a happier man with a bit of coffee in the milk....

  • Andrew - 2011-08-03 15:49

    On Morne Steyn not being released, I am a bit of a Morne fan however not blind to what I think are his shortcomings. I think the problems currently with Morne are; 1. Morne is a "confidence player", a bad game or two and he loses the plot quickly. 2. He relies heavily on Fourie as a confidence talisman, generally he performs poorly when Fourie is absent. 3. Fourie is the tactical brains of the two and Morne battles with this aspect when not paired with Fourie. 4. Fourie puts Morne on the front foot, he is not a great sidestepper / linebreaker etc. and needs someone else to give him this edge. With Fourie he is a lot more adventurous. 5. Fourie does a lot of the tactical kicking which Morne suddenly has to do. 6. Fouries decison making is quick and normally good, Morne misses that comfort as he is not as quick. 7. Fourie gets the pack going forward where Morne is more comfortable, behind a winning pack, he goes retreats poorly. In short I think Morne compliments Fourie and visa versa, when they play together they are good. Morne needs to get back with Fourie, If I was Divvy I would have them practicing together so that Morne can get his confidence back. I would also have Morne at mental strength coaching to overturn the damaging past few months. Still think it will be Morne and Fourie in the WC team.

  • Andre - 2011-08-04 15:02

    LOL Some of those guys need to be incarcerated rather than released

  • Ozman - 2011-08-05 00:48

    Headline!!!! is one of the problems, the squad should remain together.... train together-unite together.

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