Newly-appointed Bulls director of rugby, Jake White, has given an update on why he joined the Pretoria-based union and what fans can expect.
The former Springbok coach was recently confirmed as the Bulls' new director of rugby until the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.
He replaces Alan Zondagh, who resigned in January, but will also take over from Pote Human as head coach next season.
White, who won the World Cup with the Springboks in 2007, also coached teams like the Brumbies (Australia), Sharks (South Africa), Montpellier (France) and Toyota Verblitz (Japan), while he was also a technical advisor at the Tongan national team.
Via a video clip released by the Bulls on Friday (WATCH below), White went into more detail about his decision to move to Pretoria:
?? An update from your new #BullsFamily director of rugby Jake White ?? Jake chats about his decision to join the Vodacom Bulls and his passion for the franchise ??— Official Blue Bulls (@BlueBullsRugby) April 17, 2020
Vodacom #SuperRugby #loverugby pic.twitter.com/iKPJHsRfLG