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Damian De Allende claims the Springboks by no means spoke in regards to the racism storm involving Tom Curry and Bongi Mbonambi.

When requested by Categorical Sport the scenario disrupted their World Cup remaining preparations, De Allende mentioned: “In no way, we by no means spoke about it.

“Rassie [Erasmus], our Director of Rugby, sorted it out and by no means introduced it into the workforce. We simply moved on to coaching, we didn’t let it come between us.

“As a squad, we again one another,” he added. “In case you do one thing unsuitable, you come clean with it and say: ‘I’m sorry, I made a mistake, I did one thing unsuitable’.

“Bongi by no means did that so we accepted he didn’t do something unsuitable and we moved on from it straight after the sport.

“Despite the fact that it got here up and there was a giant media blow-up, I feel Bongi dealt with it nicely.

‘Whether or not he did it or not, all of us make errors, all of us hear issues unsuitable however I don’t see Bongi as being impolite or racist to any race.”

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