Get your questions in for Issue 22 of Coach’s Corner

The Bledisloe Cup beckons but there’s plenty to discuss before then in this week’s edition of Coach’s Corner, a whole 62 minutes of it. That Rassie Erasmus video and the Wallabies’ inspiring 33-30 win over France should provide more than enough discussion points to chew the fat. For any newbies; every second Friday, The Roar’s […]

Get your questions in for Issue 22 of Coach’s Corner

The Bledisloe Cup beckons but there’s plenty to discuss before then in this week’s edition of Coach’s Corner, a whole 62 minutes of it. That Rassie Erasmus video and the Wallabies’ inspiring 33-30 win over France should provide more than enough discussion points to chew the fat.

For any newbies; every second Friday, The Roar’s resident rugby expert, Nick Bishop, is on deck to answer all your rugby-related questions.

Miss the latest issue of Coach’s Corner? Catch up right here!

Australia’s thrilling series with France is just asking for a review, capped off by the Wallabies’ effort with one man down after Marika Koroibete saw red five minutes in – a decision that was rightfully overturned by World Rugby’s judiciary.

Speaking of officiating, did Erasmus’ rant play any part in the refereeing of the Lions vs Springboks second test? What punishment awaits South Africa’s director of Rugby? Did any of his comments have merit?

The Springboks captain certainly thought they did .

Nick Bishop will be discussing Rassie Erasmus’ infamous monologue and whether any points were valid as well as the Wallabies win over France.

Get your questions in on these two topics and anything else related that you’re keen to get an answer to. Then come back later in the week to get your response from the Coach!

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Lions’ Hogg denies biting Boks’ le Roux

British & Irish Lions fullback Stuart Hogg has denied he bit rival Willie le Roux on the arm during Saturday’s tempestuous 27-9 defeat to South Africa after accusations surfaced on social media following the match. A scuffle involving most of the players on the pitch took place in an ill-tempered first half, with Hogg and […]

Lions’ Hogg denies biting Boks’ le Roux

British & Irish Lions fullback Stuart Hogg has denied he bit rival Willie le Roux on the arm during Saturday’s tempestuous 27-9 defeat to South Africa after accusations surfaced on social media following the match.

A scuffle involving most of the players on the pitch took place in an ill-tempered first half, with Hogg and Le Roux squaring up. The Scotsman can be seen with his face buried in Le Roux’s arm, but he has denied any wrongdoing.

“Following speculation that has surfaced online, I would like to categorically deny any foul play in last night’s game,” Hogg said in a statement released by the Lions on Sunday.

“I would never bite an opponent and I am annoyed and upset by this unsubstantiated accusation. I’ve always been proud of playing rugby in the spirit of the game.

“Respect to the Springboks for their deserved win yesterday. The squad is hurting after last night’s defeat, but it’s all to play for next week. It’s going to be a cup final and everyone’s going to be up for it.”

Le Roux and the South Africa side have not commented on the accusations.

There were a number of flashpoints and incidents of foul play during the match, with both teams reduced to 14 players after yellow cards for the Lions’ South African-born wing Duhan van der Merwe and Bok flyer Cheslin Kolbe.

Kolbe was fortunate not to get a red card when he connected with airborne Lions scrumhalf Conor Murray, an incident that could yet get the attention of the citing commissioner.

The series is locked at 1-1 heading into the third and final match at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday.

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