After the messy defeat against Wales in his first game in charge of the Boks, Tank and Zels of All Out Rugby debate what it is that has the national coach reaching for the Stilnox.
A tale of how Tank Lanning got to cycle alongside his schoolboy hero, taking in some breath taking French countryside, while discussing all manner of things. Sublime does not come close to describing the experience.
As South Africa celebrates the milestone appointment of Siya Kolisi as the Springbok captain, Tank and Zels of All Out Rugby debate whether it was the right move.
A corker of a Kiwi derby to get us going, and a seriously spicy SA derby for our post grid bending entertainment on Saturday evening. We take a gander at what Tank, the Bookies and the Bru’s have to say.
No fan of the prop switch, former WP tighthead prop TANK LANNING, in his All Out Rugby column, sheds some light on why Thomas du Toit’s switch to tighthead prop may well turn out to be inspired.
Litmus test failed, Springbok rugby is up poo creek without a paddle says TANK LANNING in his All Out Rugby column, who suggests the Ceteris paribus principle as we implement change.
STAT ATTACK: While not particularly pretty, the conditions called for dominance up front, a water tight defence, and astute use of the boot. The Boks delivered on all three.
Springbok coach Allister Coetzee has vowed to pick the strongest available lineup to face Italy in Padova on Saturday. All Out Rugby roughnecks Tank and Zelim debate whether that’s the right call.
An atrocious goal kicking performance prevented the Boks from making full use of the gift offered up by an error ridden French side intent on giving the ball air says Tank Lanning in his All Out Rugby #statattack.
Duane Vermeulen has answered a Springbok SOS, but would it be wise for him to jump straight into the starting lineup against France on Saturday? The All Out Rugby team put both cases forward …