The dark side of SA rugby

2013-04-02 11:13
Cheeky Watson (Gallo Images)
South Africa support for overseas teams are for very valid reasons and this is the beginning of a serious split in south african rugby in general.

The whole Southern Kings affair is fraud by government agents, SARU and Cheeky Watson. ( and I am not a Lions supporter ) Rumours have it that Luke Watson, Cheeky's has been rugby player son, got a contract worth millions in this process.

Watson has the support of government because of misplaced loyalties and the old problem of riding the unproductive apartheid wave…

Somebody have to stop this and it seems that SARU will not be that somebody if you look at their soft approach against Watson. We as rugby supporters had enough of injustice in this country.

Therefor, unless the dark forces in south african rugby are brought under control, I can see a day that we will even turn agains the Springboks.

As a matter of interest. My favourite S15 teams are:

Number one, the Cheetahs, then the Bulls, Sharks (because of so many Cheetah players over the years) then all the New Zealand teams, the Stormers ( for subjective reasons of provincialism), all the Australian teams and lastly the Southern Kings…

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