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Sunday, February 05, 2006


SA Unions / Teams: Chester back as coach in SA rugby

Chester Williams will be back in the fold of SA rugby when he gets appointed as coach of the SA A team later this week, according to Rapport.

Williams was recommended as the coach of the A-side some seven months ago, but with all the fighting and backstabbing in SARU the appointment was never made official.

The appointment followed after the ex Springbok wing was fired after a disastrous season as coach of the Cats' Super 12 team.

Prior to that Williams enthusiastically trumpeted his chances of taking over the coaching duties of the Springboks after the demise of Rudolph Straeuli – despite the fact that his only experience in coaching was with the SA Sevens team.

At one stage he was the firm favourite on the rather bleak shortlist before the appointment of Jake White, who was at that stage a rank outsider.

Williams has been on Saru's payroll ever since he lost his job as coach of the Cats.

He told Rapport that he would be in the "seventh heaven" if his appointment becomes a reality.

"I was disappointed when the Cats fired me. I will hopefully get another chance to do my own thing and to show that I can be succesfull.

"It will be my job to support Jake White by coaching and exposing young players to the greater stage of rugby," he told the newspaper.

At this stage no decisions regarding the A-team matches have been made.
What a disaster! Is BVR quickly repaying favours before his demise?  
The positive from this is that there will be at least a coach for the A-Side.

The ad hoc basis on which our rugby is being run sickens me! That is why we continiously have uproar and discontent, like with the current Spears/6th franchise.

I so do hope that Hoskins replace BVR, clean up the BVR cheering crowd, and fix up the structure of SA Rugby. If we continue in the fashion that everything that SARB does is disaster and uproar, we will never be consistently a force in world rugby.

Why did the wise men (if any) not started utilising the SA A-side as the AA or quota tool. Arrange matches, (US Canada PI Russia) they could even create a new international leage. That way black players can be prepared for the tougher game in the National side. Then you can apply a seamless transformation process.
Imagine having been fired from a job, and being appointed in a more senior job, IN THE SAME COMPANY.

Only in SA.

That is the same type of thing that is the cause for Ozz whipping our butts on the pitch now!
Remember this also happened to our friend Makhenkhesi Stofile. He oversaw the E Cape being overturned into a cesspool of corruption and mismanagement and was then promoted to the cabinet.
As minister of sport, a topic that he admitted he knows nothing about.

Now this should have our friends
Okay, testing 123  



Still a beautiful pic!  
How weird is this!!!  
I will mail everyone I have on my mailing list.  
I quickly did an arti on the main page. Catch you there...  
The opening round of Six Nations fixtures certainly didn’t disappoint. We had a tense thriller (Ireland 16 – 11 Italy), a shocking upset (England 19 – 26 Wales) - which must have cost the bookies in Wales a few quid, seen as though the Welsh were massive underdogs and not forgetting that the Taffies like a bit of Rugby Betting UK. Then there were the brave Scots; who went down 27-6 to France. So many parts of Scotland’s game were working well and all three of the French tries came from schoolboy errors by the Scots... I hope their confidence is still in tact because they actually played really well.  
what are you peaple talking about !  
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