Pienaar is too slow

2013-08-26 13:41
Ruan Pienaar (Gallo Images)
The first thing was blatantly obvious. Pienaar was slow. This was clear in the SA test. When Fourie du Preez came on, he injected pace and urgency into the line. RP should not be in the Bok side, nor even in any SA Super side. I think he's there because of who his father was.

My second question is regarding Jdv's decisions. I do rate him as a player and as a captain, but when it is tight, you take the points and put numbers on the scoreboard. I don't know whether he doesn't want to be offensive to someone or what, but that also cost the Stormers a few games. Take the points then worry about pretty running rugby.

Ideally I'd like Heynecke to go. He is bias and racist. He has undone much of the work done by Jake White and Divvy. The latter brought the game to the people. Meyer appeals only to the heart of Afrikanerdom. His antics in the coaching box with the walkie talkie are an embarrassment to this country. Get rid of him sooner than later.

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