Coach Jacques Nienaber thinks it’s “arrogant” for the Springboks to think they won’t have to defend their 2019 title before the Rugby World Cup 2023. While Nienaber replaced his good friend Rassie Erasmus in 2020 and had to coach the Springboks against the British and Irish Lions. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Jacques Nienaber thinks it's "arrogant" for the Springboks to think
Jacques Nienaber thinks it’s “arrogant” for the Springboks to think

After 18 months without rugby due to the Covid pandemic. This season will focus on developing the Boks team to the point where they won the Webb Ellis Trophy in Japan.

“We can’t sit back and say we know how to win the challenges it’s a huge test for us to keep looking, trying and being creative. We know how to win the Rugby World Cup and a season as number 1 in the world. That would be arrogant,” Nienaber spoke media during the first Bok arrangement camp in Durban.

Nienaber mentioned how little wiggle room was when he took over. Especially given the Covid-19 outbreak in the team ahead of the Lions Challenge and the 2021 Lions series. But said it’s really nice to now have a base to work on Very well.

“We can now go back to what worked, it was difficult to judge where we were, last year we had no base because our last match was a World Cup final, and what didn’t in 2021,” he clarified.

“If you want a tragedy, you don’t have to adlib that I can speak to you but construct and develop. We know that other sides are hunting us and they are getting better.”

While the Springboks didn’t win as much as they set out to. They faced a rigorous bio-bubble and challenges not usually associated with a rugby season, and Nienaber is proud of what they’ve accomplished. Especially beating the Lions’ The Series New- Zealand in the Rugby Championship.

“We’ve had a great season regular in terms of the percentage of matches. We’ve done have worked for us some of the things we’ve won. But the situations we’re in and some of the wins we’ve had. The level of willingness to win against the Lions and finish well against New Zealand in the Rugby Championship at the end of a 16-week safe bio-bubble was incredible.

“There are things we do well, If you look at parallel travels in New Zealand and Australia at the end of the bio bubble and their results but when we are arrogant we don’t look for answers, we don’t renew, we humiliate them.”

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Winning in a Springbok jersey is still the most important thing
Winning in a Springbok jersey is still the most important thing

Nienaber said the team is relying on forwarding momentum. While there are strategies to moderate performance rather than overextend some of their top stars. It is clear the Springboks want to lead an experienced and in shape team to next year’s Rugby World Cup.

Winning in a Springbok jersey is still the most important thing. But there will be time for a revolution. The wiggle room in the rotation is completely dependent on how well teams perform in the matches they play.

“These guys need performances,” Nienaber made clear. Adding that the perfect situation was comparable to when Rassie Erasmus took over in 2018. Beating England in the first two Tests of the three-Test tour.

The Tour of Wales and the Boks in July will gain momentum. Before there’s any reason to talk about the bloody new players.

“We won the first two that provided the chances to introduce rotation. It was perfect in 2018 when we gave England a win in 3 challenges. The important thing is you don’t want to lose momentum because of rotation spin without affecting momentum.

“If you don’t have motivation and confidence in the team, on the other hand, we are talking about trial experience and management experience, motivation is perhaps the major substance, and you familiarize young players with a team that doesn’t have soreness, you don’t improve. We’ll want to win the first two games to get that momentum.”

The Boks will against Wales in three Tests in July in Pretoria, followed by a tough Castle Lager rugby tournament with two Tests against the All Blacks in South Africa Bloemfontein and Cape Town.

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