ON THE EDGE
Why Boks are not boring
Sun, 18 Nov 2012 20:13
Heyneke Meyer has come under fire for South Africa's dour approach to the game, but he has received support from a most unlikely source.
Former All Black captain Taine Randall, speaking on New Zealand's Re-Union television show, said there is no need for the Springboks to change their approach to the game.
"The beauty of international rugby is that there are so many diverse styles, no style is wrong or right," Randall said.
"The Springboks should not be looking to change their style. They should just look to smash people over," he added.
He's sure to find a new fan club in SA!
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