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    Mass Kings exodus begins

    2013-08-05 13:30
    Jacques Engelbrecht (Gallo)

    Brenden Nel - SuperSport

    Port Elizabeth - As the Kings lick their wounds after their narrow exit from Vodacom Super Rugby they will now face a massive exit as players and coaches look to greener pastures both locally and abroad.

    These four players – Boks Waylon Murray, Bandise Maku and stars Jacques Engelbrecht and David Bulbring – have agreements to join the Bulls, but had to wait until a clause in their contracts releasing them once the Kings were out of Super Rugby kicked in.

    In related news, it seems the Lions have snapped up lock Martin Muller from the Free State and that Lionel Cronje, who is on loan to the Lions from the Bulls, is negotiating a move to the Cheetahs for Currie Cup action.


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