WATCH as new Bulls director of rugby Jake White chats about his appointment.
In an interview with Jacaranda FM's Elma Smit, the former Springbok coach shares how he hopes to lure more South African players back from overseas and how he intends to spend the country's 21-day lockdown period due to the coronavirus pandemic.
White was on Wednesday confirmed as the Bulls' new director of rugby until the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.
White replaces Alan Zondagh, who resigned in January, but will also take over from Pote Human as head coach next season.
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The new director of rugby at the @blue_bulls_official, Jake White, elaborates on what fans can expect from him in this new role, where he's spending lockdown (complete with a quick look at the amazing view from his deck!), what he's busy with during the day, why he thinks he'll be able to recruit more South African players to return to our shores, how he plans to align with Rassie Erasmus's national vision and who he considers to be his Floyd Mayweather - in coaching terms. Thanks to the @jacarandafm listeners who contributed questions for this interview!