No red carpet for Kings

2013-02-13 13:59
Firstly they do not enter the competition legitimately but rather by default. Secondly they fail in their attempt to play Currie Cup by losing to the Cheetahs. So why should they be given special treatment and allowed to field more than the stipulated number of foreign players.

We were all led to believe that the Eastern Cape is the home of rugby and have produced numerous stars along the way, where are these stars now? What has Cheeky and the boys being doing about development?

Every sports competition in the world runs on the basis that if you win your promotion / relegation games you progress.

SARU it is time to put your foot down and let logic prevail. Put the Lions back where they belong.

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