Springboks subjected to unacceptable level of hate following Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over France

Springboks subjected to unacceptable level of hate following Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over France

Introduction:

Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus has revealed the unacceptable level of hate the team has been subjected to since their quarter-final victory over France at the Rugby World Cup.

Death threats against Cobus Reinach and his son:

Erasmus shared screenshots on Twitter of death threats made against Springbok scrum-half Cobus Reinach and his young son.

The threats were made in French and translated to English by Erasmus.

Erasmus condemns death threats:

Erasmus condemned the death threats in a tweet, saying that they are not nice and that they upset parents to see things like that said about their child.

However, he said that the team will not whine and will just move on.

Conclusion:

The death threats against Reinach and his son are part of a wider trend of online abuse directed at the Springboks since their quarter-final win over France.

Erasmus has revealed that the team has been subjected to an unacceptable level of hate, and he has condemned the death threats in the strongest possible terms.

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