Latest articles on Heyneke Meyer

Madness of King Allister must stop

The Bok coach needs to get a grip on his team selections to give us a shot at restoring dignity

Meyer: Future for Boks bright, despite World Cup exit

Out of the running to win the Rugby World Cup, SA are left with the prospect of having to play the one match every team hates to be involved in.

Choosing the best team calls for help

Meyer can rely on sterling assistance in finding the ideal balance between ?youth and experience.

Time running is out for Meyer’s men

Injuries put limits on this weekend's game and the real test for the Boks will be in a fortnight's time.

Fate is blind to Meyer’s game plan

Injuries and high-paying contracts have been a pain, but there is some comfort to be had.

Heyneke Meyer will be a winner if he gets his mind over matter

The coach, as much as the players, must believe in winning instead of just fearing a loss.

Meyer’s World Cup runneth over

What Meyer really needs is consistency and the willingness to make necessary changes sooner rather than later.

Meyer begins the weak links test

The national coach will find out whether he has built a team capable of winning a World Cup.

More bang for the Boks

The Boks coach has instituted a subtle overhaul of the team, which should pay off in the World Cup.

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