Cape Town - Bulls
and Springbok prop Trevor Nyakane believes he’s put the early bumps in
the road behind him in his career, and is looking forward to many more
years in a Springbok jersey.
appears on The Dan Nicholl Show on SuperSport on Wednesday night, and gives an honest
assessment of his career to date.
had my ups and downs, I was a bit naughty at times,” Nyakane confesses.
a difficult journey, and I needed to find myself, but at this point in time I
think I’m living the dream, and I hope to still be doing it for next 10 or
while Nyakane is a more focused player know, there’s still a mischievous glint
in the front rower’s eye.
“I still have that little bit of naughty, but I’m
good at hiding it right now,” he admits with a broad smile, before performing
the highlight of the show: a tribute to Michael Jackson from a rugby player who
loves to dance.
also expresses confidence in the Vodacom Super Rugby season in store for the
Bulls, and also believes that every player is back to square one with a new
Springbok coach, although he does have a plan to get on the new coach’s good
is joined on the show by Proteas one-day and T20 star David Miller, who
gives his thoughts on the England series and the upcoming ICC World Twenty20, and
former Miss South Africa and television presenter Jo-Ann Strauss, who explains
the difficulties of explaining cricket to her German husband.
a Sport24 exclusive excerpt of Trevor Nyakane on The Dan Nicholl Show HERE
of tonight’s show, on SuperSport 1 at 19:00.
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