Rugby

Div's book no best-seller

2012-05-21 14:03
Peter de Villiers (File)
Cape Town - Former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers's autobiography isn't heading for best-seller status if Sport24 readers are to be believed.

The autobiography, due out in June, promises to provide a no-holds-barred account of the difficult decisions De Villiers had to make during his tenure as Bok coach which came to an end in late 2011.

In a poll on the Sport24 website, a staggering 86% of the respondents either weren't prepared to "waste their hard-earned cash on the book (65%) or were "waiting to hear more about it before deciding" (21%).

Only 14% were planning on being first in line to discover "what went on behind the scenes".

The book "Politically Incorrect" can be pre-ordered from Kalahari for R139.95.

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