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Siya Kolisi’s World Cup dream alive and well – the Springboks confirm



Siya Kolisi

In a significant update on Siya Kolisi’s road to recovery, Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber expressed optimism about the inspirational skipper’s rehabilitation progress. Speaking at a media briefing in Cape Town, Nienaber confirmed that Kolisi is hitting the necessary markers in his recovery and is on track to regain his fitness, as per The South African.

Emphasising Kolisi’s resilience, Nienaber mentioned that the Springbok captain has previously demonstrated his ability to perform at the highest level without participating in Test matches before a World Cup. Therefore, the Springbok camp is determined to give Kolisi enough time to recover and lead the team at the Rugby World Cup.

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Finally, there is so much confidence in Kolisi’s return that a replacement captain will unlikely be. So, as South Africa prepares for their next matches, including warm-ups against Argentina, Wales, and New Zealand, the Springboks hope their respected captain will again rise to the world stage.

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