Change SA rugby structures

2013-05-10 14:29
Oregan Hoskins (Gallo Images)
I think Nick Mallet has great ideas and they are true. We need to structure our systems differently, we have talent in bucket loads, why are we not using it correctly?? If we go the route of managing our players like NZ, we will also be forced tho blood new players.

The Varsity Cup should be used as a stepping stone for The Currie Cup and The Currie Cup a stepping stone for Super Rugby. I feel the Currie Cup has lost it's place among supporters in recent years, as the ballies of yester-year get older, the importance and value of the Currie Cup does not get passed down to the younger generation.

Our players do need to be compensated properly, especially that we are amongst the best teams in the world. We have lost too many quality players to overseas clubs, players are willing to give up a shot at the Boks because they are getting better money from CLUB teams! That's scary if u ask me. I do not doubt players' passion for the Bok jersey, but the Bok jersey won't pay for your kids education when you are fifty years old.

Wake up SARU, we can be THE BEST in world rugby, by far!

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