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Ludeke puts faith in Bulls ahead of Crusaders clash

Bulls coach Frans Ludeke believes his side's labours against the Lions was a good curtain raiser ahead of next week's clash against the Crusaders.

Debate rages as Matfield considers return

Opinion is divided over whether Victor Matfield should come out of retirement and lead South Africa in a three-Test home series against England.

Bulls take pleasure in Saru interest

Bulls coach Frans Ludeke says it's a feather in its cap that the South African Rugby Union is interested in four of its management assistants.

Ludeke confident Bulls will usurp top spot

Blue Bulls coach Frans Ludeke has backed his side to overtake the Stormers and lead the South African Super Rugby conference at the weekend.

Bulls coach aims to be bigger and stronger

Bulls coach Frans Ludeke says his side will be bigger, stronger and faster going into this year's Super Rugby season.

Spies confident with young squad

Bulls captain Pierre Spies believes their new-look squad can bounce back in next year's Super Rugby competition.

Bulls will not be distracted

Bulls players are firmly focused on the task at hand: to beat the Sharks in their Super Rugby match.

Pressure mounting for Bulls

Ahead of Saturday's clash against the Stormers, Bulls captain Victor Matfield says the pressure is on both teams to qualify for the Super Rugby play

Bulls won’t gamble with World Cup Boks

Bulls coach Frans Ludeke has promised that they would not expose potential World Cup players to unnecessary risks.

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