'Top Gun' Daniel tweets mo

    2014-02-11 13:22
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    Durban - Cell C Sharks loose forward Keegan Daniel has posted a picture on Twitter showing off his moustache ahead of the Vodacom Super Rugby tournament.

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    Daniel tweeted the following message along with a Twitter selfie of himself rocking his new mo:

    "Think I might take up a part time polisie kop job or if that fails, fighter pilot #TopGun"

    Daniel appears to have fallen out of favour under new Sharks director of rugby, Jake White.

    Having captained the team to Currie Cup glory last season, Daniel was overlooked for the captaincy armband this year - and wasn't even named one the three vice-captains.

    The Sharks take on the Bulls in the first Super Rugby match of the year on Saturday, February 15 in Durban.

    Kick-off is at 19:10.

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