England weren’t spared from the critique, as Williams continued: “South Africa and England are like nice tax accountants, they discover each loophole and exploit it brilliantly. I love the mind, however that isn’t good for the worldwide sport.
“It’s not good for the opposite sides within the sport like France, New Zealand, and Eire, who’re making an attempt to play a extra optimistic, ball in hand, entertaining sport. We’re within the enterprise of leisure. Is it a 15-man sport or an 8-man sport? Proper now, it has grow to be so biased in direction of scrummaging and mauling. The sport is completely out of stability.”
Williams’ phrases of knowledge are prone to fall on deaf ears within the South Africa camp as they put together for the World Cup remaining towards New Zealand. Their ways – overseen by director of rugby Rassie Erasmus – have allowed the Springboks to succeed to date within the competitors they usually gained’t care about not profitable ‘fairly’ so long as they carry the Webb Ellis Cup.