Rugby

No spot for Carter, McCaw in SBW's Dream Team

2015-12-09 12:36
Sonny Bill Williams (Getty Images)

Cape Town - All Black centre Sonny Bill Williams has chosen his Dream Team of th players he played with or against who made a lasting impression on him.

In an interview with Australian website Sporting News, the cross-code superstar listed the top 14 rugby or league players he had encountered during his playing career.

There is no room in the squad for All Black legends Richie McCaw and Dan Carter, with whom Williams won the Rugby World Cup this year.

He could also not find a spot for any Springbok players.

Williams says he made his decisions based on the players he respected both on and off the field.

Sonny Bill Williams’ Dream Team:

Keven Mealamu, Jerome Kaino, Aaron Cruden, Jonah Lomu, Nehe Milner-Skudder, Malakai Fekitoa (all All Blacks), French veteran Thierry Dusautoir, English icon Jonny Wilkinson, Wallabies Kurtley Beale and Quade Cooper and league players Kieran Foran, Johnathan Thurston, Mitchell Pearce and Anthony Mundine

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