Treu aims to uplift rugby at his alma mater

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Paul Treu has taken over the reins at the University of the Western Cape Picture: Steve Haag / Gallo Images
Paul Treu has taken over the reins at the University of the Western Cape Picture: Steve Haag / Gallo Images

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In bagging alumni Paul Treu as their head coach for the next three years, the University of the Western Cape (UWC) has won the lotto, as the man who laid the foundation for the Blitzboks as we know them is – no disrespect to them – a touch overqualified to be coaching at Varsity Cup level. Treu spoke to City Press this week about his new job.

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