Cape Town – Sharks a coach Robert du Preez he says he cannot give what promises to be a man Akker van der Merwe after losing Super Rugby on Saturday Bulls at King's Park.
Performer Van der Merwe and Bulls Brits Schalk a direct card was shown in the forty minutes of the game after a reappearance appeared that Van der Merwe had started to blow up.
But Brits was obsolete with his own caps and the two players were turned off.
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The biggest one he was making of midges in South Africa could have the Bulls gone on to stand for a very important advantage from 19-16.
It was said that Du Preez, though, was disappointed at the media conference after the game.
"We owned our landmarks and our land stats. We created a number of opportunities but at times of time we made mistakes and that was what we were spending," he said.
"The local druids are always very tight. It may have been longer or longer.
"Let us take control of our control and that the last time we have left it should be eliminated. At times we made the mistake and the Bulls introduced it." T
On the way, the Sharks coach said there was no space for this type of act.
"It's a hard thing. In the hot weather these things are happening, but we can't accept that," he said.
"We need to take control of ourselves. That's not good."
Du Preez also criticized the TMO for an early decision in the game to track off a maze from Makazole Mapimpi after thinking that the member had just married the kiss line.
"It was hard and hard, but the TMO looked over twice and I'm sure he made the right call to it," said Du Preez.
"We did everything to win the game, but we won the game."
The Sharks will be reoccupied on Friday night when they travel to Johannesburg for a date against the lions.