The Rugby Pod this week brought up some interesting discussions on the possible futures of two South African stars.
Andy Goode spoke about how well Kwagga Smith would fit into a team like Saracens with his high work rate off the ball. Current Saracens back-row Jackson Wray plays in a similar way to Smith, and with the latter being 3 years younger, a move to the London-based club could be a possibility. Harlequins was also mentioned as a good fit for Smith, providing some much-needed pace to the back row.
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RG Snyman has also being touted as a potential future Sale Sharks player with Goode highlighting how his physicality could bring some welcome power to the Sharks’ pack. With Sale currently 11th in the Gallagher Premiership table, the addition of this 23-year-old could be just the thing that the Manchester clubs needs to survive this season.
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