Vodacom Super 14

Burger's whine 'groundless'

2010-05-31 15:09
Schalk Burger (File)
Johannesburg - SANZAR will only on Tuesday decide whether to act on statements by the Stormers' captain Schalk Burger and coach Allister Coetzee about the handling of the match by referee Craig Joubert, but statistics to a large degree prove the Stormers allegations to be groundless.

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"With that as background, I went through every clip of the match - we have the technology to do so - and came to the following conclusions:

"At this stage the allegations are just hearsay. We are gathering all the facts and detail and SANZAR will take a decision on Tuesday," Botes said.

 

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