Bantu Holomisa shades Faf, gives advice to Boks ahead of England clash

Bantu Holomisa shades Faf, gives advice to Boks ahead of England clash

-Bantu Holomisa has called on the Boks to stop with their aimless kicking

- According to the politician, the Springboks needs a change of tactics against England

- Holomisa added that Faf de Klerk was too slow and they needed to speed up the game

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Bantu Holomisa had a lot to say about the Springboks' performance over the weekend and the politician held nothing back.

The United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader threw some serious shade at the Springbok scrumhalf, Faf de Klerk - who he believes slowed the ball down during the semi-final match against Wales on Sunday.

Despite the Springboks coming out victorious with a 19-16 win, Holomisa feels they ought to up their game when facing England.

In another post, Holomisa wrote that England would wipe the floor with the Springboks should they continue to kick away ball possession.

He captioned the tweet:

"#SSRugby Tight game characterised by aimless kickings giving away possession. We almost lost all the kick boxes. England will have a meal of us next week if we persist on these kicks."

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His post divided social media users, Briefly.co.za gathered. Some agreed with Holomisa, adding the Boks need a more detailed offence plan while others told the UDM leader to stop the negativity and celebrate the win.

Cebo Hlophe, who goes by the Twitter handle @HlopheCebo, commented:

"We will change and lift our game against England. It's a final, we must execute."

Another tweep, @kaliduku, added:

"Faf needs to read the game well. He can't be kicking to Mapimpi even though he's tightly marked. But defensively we're stronger, that's the hope we take to the final."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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