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The next game for the Lions will probably be a Super Rugby warm-up match somewhere in January 2020, while the 1st Super Rugby match is against the Jaguares in BA on 1 Feb 2020, kickoff at 23:40 SA Time.

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Cash is nou weer 2de van alle afrigters by die Leeus in Curriebeker rugby sedert 1999

Currie Cup coaches at the Lions:
CoachPeriodMatchesWonWin Ratio
Ivan van Rooyen2018-201914964.3%
Swys de Bruin201710550.0%
Herkie Kruger20173133.3%
Johan Ackermann2012-2016553563.6%
John Mitchell2010-2011301963.3%
Hans Coetzee200914750.0%
Eugene Eloff2006-2008452760.0%
Frans Ludeke2001-2005613963.9%
Laurie Mains1999-2000261973.1%
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Cash eindig op 60%

Currie Cup coaches at the Lions:
CoachPeriodMatchesWonWin Ratio
Ivan van Rooyen2018-201915960.0%
Swys de Bruin201710550.0%
Herkie Kruger20173133.3%
Johan Ackermann2012-2016553563.6%
John Mitchell2010-2011301963.3%
Hans Coetzee200914750.0%
Eugene Eloff2006-2008452760.0%
Frans Ludeke2001-2005613963.9%
Laurie Mains1999-2000261973.1%
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Mens weet ook nooit of hy weer 'n kans gaan kry in 2020 nie
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It would be good if he can be given a chance again. Reaching the finals in only the 2nd year of his Currie Cup career. Not too shabby.
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He has worked under John Mitchell and Johan Ackerman, so he is one of the few who have seen what has gone right and wrong under previous coaches. However there is a urgent need of beefing up our assistent coaching setup. Our forwards coaches have no clue how to counter driving mauls without Malcolm Marx, we dont have an attack coach who can instill attacking moves from set play (we rely mostly on counter attacks from broken play), and we don't have a defensive coach for the pasttwo years. 


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Originally posted by emiel1 emiel1 wrote:

He has worked under John Mitchell and Johan Ackerman, so he is one of the few who have seen what has gone right and wrong under previous coaches. However there is a urgent need of beefing up our assistent coaching setup. Our forwards coaches have no clue how to counter driving mauls without Malcolm Marx, we dont have an attack coach who can instill attacking moves from set play (we rely mostly on counter attacks from broken play), and we don't have a defensive coach for the pasttwo years. 


wasn't Sean Erasmus supposed to be the defence coach for the Currie Cup? I agree that our forwards coaches need to work on the rolling maul, both on defence and attack. In the past that was one of our best attacking weapons. If we did not score directly from the maul, our backs would score more often than not,  because the way we went forward meant that the opposition defensive lines were fractured. I think Cash has a great future ahead of him as a coach. 
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