Sale Sharks Has Talented Players On Offer

Sale Sharks has been going great guns. They are being taken over by a new management that will hopefully invest new funds and help the team to reach top position in rugby across the continent.

Sale Sharks has some great players on the team. George Nott is one such player who played a key role in the Under 20 championship of the country. The launch of the championship tournament was in style thanks to players like George Nott of Sale Sharks.

Eddie Jones Wants England To Be Numero Uno

Eddie Jones is convinced that England has enough resources to be considered top among rugby teams in the world.

He also feels that England as a rugby team is aiming to be on the top. He feels that during his tenure, he will lead England’s rugby team to become the best in the world. Jones has made an impact on the English team by taking charge. This happened after the Rugby World Cup last year, which was a disappointment in the country. England was the host nation, but they failed to qualify beyond the knockout rounds.

Jones was formerly a coach for the Australian team. He oversaw the Grand Slam tournaments for thirteen years. Having brought them to the fourth rank among the world nations, he is now convinced that the number one position is not far away. There have been several exclusive interview rounds with Eddie Jones, the head coach for England. He has stated these facts to the viewers and the audience of the shows. He feels that been appointed as the head of the national team in England offers him due opportunity to bring about the changes that are required. England has a lot of potential and there is no reason why they cannot claim the number one position. That is what they need to aim for. The Grand Slam victory that England got over France is one such instance where their skills and potential can be seen.

Race back again in SA rugby, too many white faces in the game says, Parliament committee

Race has again become a sensitive point for South African Rugby Union when transformation in the game widely discussed in the Parliament, earlier on Tuesday. According to reports, few of the MPs complained regarding white faces in South African Rugby Union’s delegation which offered to the portfolio committee on sport and recreation.

Pebane Moteka, an EFF MP, reportedly said that if you do not even your leadership can transform, it is surprising how the sport will be transformed. After that DA’s Solly Malatsi tweeted that the presentation by South African Rugby Union prompted him of “the unbearable whiteness of the state of South African rugby. ”

Delegation leader Oregan Hoskins, the president of South African Rugby Union, asked the delegation to say that he is not white. He said that they must look at them and say they are all white men. As someone who grew up under apartheid, he knows it is politically correct to refer to himself as black. Sometimes he just does not understand. He added that if they were there to play political theories as who is black and who is not. But he tends to forgive people who believe that he is white.