South African rugby director and former box coach Razi Erasmus will not travel to Australia for the final of the rugby championship in early September. He does not want to distract the team as he faces strong criticism for attacking referees during the British and Irish Lions tour. South African rugby director Razi Erasmus has not surrendered In Australia, the final of the Rugby Championship, Since the beginning of September. The former Springbox manager, the 2019 world champion, fears his presence could distract the team, as he has come under heavy criticism in recent weeks. Erasmus accused the referee of undermining his confidence by challenging several decisions during the final tour of the British and Irish Lions. South Africa won (2-1). He was targeting Australian referee Nick Berry The first test box failed (22-17).
An “unacceptable” attitude had made the Australian Federation worthy of its attitude “Unacceptable and against the spirit and values of the game”. Erasmus, who played the role of water carrier for the team against the Lions and gave instructions to the players on the field, said current manager Jack Nyanaber would join the team later. “If calendar allows”. Read more Razi Erasmus, Tvito Pyromane Razi has now decided to stay in South Africa to allow the team to focus on the rugby championship to get the best out of the players., He added Press release by the South African Federation. He will continue to play an active role in our team meetings throughout the tour, and he may join us later. “ Erasmus may be affected Numerous sanctions on world rugby (Fine, stadium ban, suspension) If he is found guilty of defaming the game. Read this too All rugby news
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