Rugby

Life coach helps Kings

2016-01-15 14:19
Myan Subrayan (File)

Cape Town - The Southern Kings have acquired the services life coach to help them prepare mentally for the upcoming Super Rugby season.

Life skills coach Myan Subrayan will assist the players in dealing with the controversy surrounding the financial crisis at the union. He has previously worked with the Lions, Cheetahs, Sharks and Kings.

“It was important that the players put last year behind them. It was important that the guys understand that this is a new year with new opportunities, Kings coach Deon Davids told Netwerk24.

The Kings play NMMU on January 29 in their first warm-up match, followed by games against the Stormers and Cheetahs.

They start their Super Rugby campaign at home against the Sharks on February 27.

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