All are black legend and New Zealand is great Daniel Carter will officially become a coach in South Africa as he extends his legacy into the future Freckles.
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Carter is arguably one of the greatest rugby players of all time. He appears All are black a rugby legend and icon who was as brilliant, brilliant, phenomenal and incredible as a rugby player could possibly be.
Everything he touched turned to gold. Carter carried the ball on a string and to say he was the complete package would be an understatement. He is one of the greatest wingers to ever play the game. Now his legacy will be carried on by future Springboks!
Who would have thought that the man who caused such pain to the Boks would become a provider of wisdom, skill and motivation for future Springboks?
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CARTER LEAVES LEGACY TO FUTURE SPRINGBOCKS
Yep, you heard it here first South African.
Carter will fly to South Africa to train the future Boks. The legendary All Blacks flyhalf will be in SA on September 11 and 12 for two coaching clinics in Johannesburg and Cape Town respectively.
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The former New Zealand and Crusaders number 10 scored a staggering 1598 runs in 112 Tests for the All Blacks. Now all that experience and knowledge will be transferred to SA and shared with SA’s up-and-coming rugby talent between the ages of 13 and 21.
If you know of an incredibly talented youngster in this age group, please direct them to the following link (where they can sign up to be coached by the legendary Carter):
This is a once-in-a-lifetime, life-changing opportunity. Carter was able to unlock the greatest defense in the world because he always had a trick up his sleeve.
The respect between SA and New Zealand runs so deep that legends are willing to cross continents to support or watch their greatest rivals.
Maybe one day we’ll even get to see Carter coach one of our sides. Imagine the legendary New Zealand flyhalf coaching the likes of Handre Pollard (if he ever returns to SA).
Do you think Carter can inspire future Springboks during his 48-hour stay in South Africa? Let us know in the comments below.