Stopping Japan’s ‘Ferraris’ imperative for South Africa

FILE PHOTO: South Africa's Mzwandile Stick runs around Fiji's Waisale Beci during their quarterfinal at the international rugby sevens tournament in Wellington February 6, 2010. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)

TOKYO (Reuters) – South Africa have to shut down two high speed Japanese ‘Ferraris’ if they are to prevail in the World Cup quarter-final on Sunday, according to Springboks assistant coach Mzwandile Stick. Japan have electrified the World Cup with their high-tempo game plan devised by coaches Jamie Joseph and Tony Brown with wingers Kenki […]

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