Latest articles on Francois Steyn

SA Rugby must run with this World Cup win

Can SA Rugby build on the euphoria of the first black captain leading his side to glory?

Steyn faces his forgotten destiny

Battling Sonny Bill Williams will remind the former Bok of the glory he has potentially sacrificed.

Sanzar tightens belt, fails to zip coach’s lip

In the third season of a 15-team structure for Super Rugby, questions are being asked about inconsistencies in the format.

Francois Steyn out of Tri-Nations NZ clash

A hamstring injury has ruled Springbok full-back Francois Steyn out of the Tri-Nations Test against New Zealand.

De Villiers puts Steyn at the centre of attention

Bok coach Peter de Villiers says he had no choice but to include Francois Steyn in the world champions' midfield for their clash against Wales.

Aussie flanker Pocock wary of Steyn’s return

Australia flanker David Pocock expects SA to be boosted by the return of fullback Francois Steyn in Saturday's Tri-Nations match in Pretoria.

Boks make two changes for Aussie clash

Struggling South Africa have made two backline changes for a Tri-Nations Test against Australia at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.

Steyn not guaranteed a return to Bok team, says coach

There is no guarantee of a place for Francois Steyn in Saturday's Test against Australia, despite pressure to bring him back into the team.

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