April 26, 2017

Bulls ‘not living in a dream world’

The Vodacom Bulls believe they have had a reality check and will be up to the challenge posed by the Chiefs when the two sides meet in their Vodacom Super Rugby clash in Hamilton on Saturday. The Bulls made five changes to their side that was blown away by the Blues last weekend in Auckland, as they prepare for their second game on tour. But with the Chiefs unbeaten thus far in the competition, and the Bulls one win from four, the two sides are in stark contrast to where they were when the Pretoria side won the pre-season clash…

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Super Rugby – A lot is on the line

There will be a lot on the line for all five local South African Vodacom Super Rugby teams in action as the competition heads into the sixth round and a stage of the season where results are going to start to matter just a bit more for some of the sides. The sides under particularly intense pressure know who they are, and if they are to have title aspirations this year, the Vodacom Bulls and the Toyota Cheetahs can’t afford to keep losing. But the Emirates Lions and Cell C Sharks, who are involved in the feature game of the…

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Eymael awaits his fate

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… Celtic says did not give coach contract on the advice of lawyers  The PSL’s dispute resolution committee (DRC) is expected to rule on the wrangle between Bloemfontein Celtic and Polokwane City over the services of Belgian coach Luc Eymael next Thursday. Cletic wants Eymael to take over coaching their team but City, who all long have been the Belgian’s employer, rejected his resignation and insist he remains contracted to them. After the Belgian pressed ahead with attempts to move to Celtic, City approached the DRC to look into the matter and make a determination. This saw Eymael unable to…

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