NZ sweep won't affect Boks

2013-03-12 15:45
Heyneke Meyer (Gallo Images)
It simply has nothing to do with the Boks or Heyneke Meyers thinking , in my opinion .
Based on his selections last year and his limited game plan or lack thereof I suspect that HM has already selected his team and game plan .
The team will be tweaked according to injuries , the game plan will not.
Whether its forcing square pegs into round holes I believe is largely irrelevant to HM , they will play to his game plan and that’s the end of it.
It was great however to see 3 South African sides play New Zealand sides with the courage to attack ball in hand, to distribute and be creative and to get rewarded for it  .
However I fear that at the first sign of a setback , some may retreat back into the laager HM favours.
But yes , it was great and will continue to be worth watching and supporting, for as long as the courage to challenge themselves prevails.

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