GAVIN RICH: Rassie faces tough decisions in picking World Cup squad

GAVIN RICH: Rassie faces tough decisions in picking World Cup squad 🔒

19.8.2019

GAVIN RICH: Rassie faces tough decisions in picking World Cup squad 🔒

The biggest headache is over right wing, where brilliant Cheslin Kolbe vies with block-busting runner Sbu Nkosi

Erasmus was seemingly lost in thought, staring into the middle distance. Afterwards he said he was glad to be able to learn while winning, and his expression suggested what he learnt was good mixed with bad. He is in a good space as his team heads to the World Cup unbeaten in the year, but he also faces tough decisions.

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Instinct drives wing S'busiso Nkosi as he makes big Bok statement - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus challenged his players to seize their Rugby World Cup chance ahead of Saturday's test against Argentina at Loftus Versfeld, and wing S'busiso Nkosi rose to the occasion.

Boks trim squad ahead of pre-World Cup campThere are no newcomers to the squad from those that helped the Springboks lift the Rugby Championship title for the first time in a decade earlier this month.

Siya Kolisi is good to go for the World Cup‚ says Springboks coach Rassie ErasmusSpringboks coach Rassie Erasmus has confirmed that captain Siya Kolisi is ready for the World Cup in Japan next month after he came through unscathed in the nervy 24-18 win over Argentina at Loftus on Saturday.

Siya Kolisi is good to go for the World Cup‚ says Springboks coach Rassie ErasmusSpringboks coach Rassie Erasmus has confirmed that captain Siya Kolisi is ready for the World Cup in Japan next month after he came through unscathed in the nervy 24-18 win over Argentina at Loftus on Saturday.

Siya Kolisi is good to go for the World Cup‚ says Bok coachRassie Erasmus confirms Bok captain and try scorer Sbu Nkosi for Japan

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