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Blue Bulls coaching blunder

2013-10-15 12:36
Pine Pienaar (Gallo Images)
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The Bulls are the only team that doesn’t have the same coaching staff throughout the year. All the other Super coaches coach Currie Cup as well. What has Pine Pienaar done to deserve this position? What did he win to be the Blue Bull coach? I accept that there is a player exodus but what I cannot accept is the total plan less game plan. I think there is an absolute lack of leadership, Jono Ross must be the captain of Tuks but that is where it should end. I can see that he is still in the side because he is the captain. He is being kept there at the expense of much better players. The Bulls need to look at the Puma number 9, De Klerk, in order to supplement their weakness there. Piet Van Zyl doesn’t even start for the Cheetahs, waste of money. Rather spend the money on De Klerk for if he plays with a good team he will become a Bok, he’s not family just a player that has enormous potential.
Please sort this out I’m being hammered and I don’t like it!
 

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