SA RUGBY Director of Rugby, Rassie Erasmus has been seen on video yesterday teaching his players the new Dangerous “IRB Approved Farrell Tackle”.

Erasmus lauded the dangerous tackle which stopped Springbok Centre, Andre Esterhuizen in his tracks on Sunday against the Poms at Twickenham.

After a question by the press whether he was upset about the dangerous tackle on the Bok centre he responded as follows:

“No nothing upset me, if it was legal we just have to latch on and do it the same,. Nothing irritasted me, if it was legal we should just do it because it’s very effective. To tackle I guy like Andre Esterhuizen like that and stop him in his track that’s unbelievable so we’ll just have to try and practice that.” – Rassie Erasmus.

Yesterday a hidden camera at the Bok Camp caught the following hectic footage on tape.

IMPORTANT: Please be aware that this is not suitable viewing for ladies or underaged children!

Well, they say a picture is worth a thousand words so in that case… This Video should be Worth Billions!

Rassie said in no uncertain words that this is not about the loss as The Boks were there own worst enemies as they didn’t capitalise on opportunity but the tackle Angus Gardner allowed will for sure make waves in the coming test matches.

The Springboks are preparing to play the French at Stade de France in Paris on Saturday 10 November 2018 in the Castle Outgoing Tour.

 

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Source:  Confidential