Coetzee doesn't 'fit' with WP

2014-12-10 14:57
Allister Coetzee (Gallo Images)

Okay Bootman and Deon, I am not a white person and I feel that AC should be replaced as head coach. I've been saying it before Gert Smal came along. I've suported him for years, but there was no progress since winning the CC in 2011 and WP were heading downhill, playing a style of rugby that is not in the WP DNA.

I know in this day and age you need a strong defense, but we were playing crap rugby. I've missed a handful of games at Newlands over the last few 10 years and this year was the first time that I chose not to attend a game I had tickets for.

have no issue with him, I don't dislike AC and I don't think he is crap at all. I think he has good organisational skills and is a valuable part of a coaching team, but I feel he is not head coach material or just not the right fit for WP.

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