The Springboks His first training sessions begin this week for the competitions he will face this year. At the moment, the coaching staff outlines the beginning of this path with a reduced number of players from the teams of Lions and Bulls.
The enthusiasm is evident in Gauteng, a province in which the last world champion will start the activity after more than a year of inactivity. After the triple day, the technical staff will travel to Dublin to train on Thursday and Friday with players from Sharks. On Monday, the first week of the coaches’ tour will end, with training in Cape Town with the players of Stormers.
Just in a couple of weeks it will be the turn of the players who are abroad. The training camps will seek to give a place to the selected ones who are in France, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland and Japan. These tours, which will take place next month, were planned so that the coaches can have everything ready for the first three test matches before British & Irish Lions in late July and early August. “With such a demanding schedule, it is important for us to have the players in tune,” he explained. Rassie Erasmus.