Sibusiso Mjikeliso | Bulls' befuddling recruitment strategy: A throwback to talent farming days

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Sibusiso Mjikeliso
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The Bulls were once the top talent recruitment franchise in South Africa, stealing gems like Handre Pollard and Francois Hougaard from under WP's noses. But they are wont to farm talents that stockpile at Loftus with little game time and it seems the trend is happening again, writes Sibusiso Mjikeliso.

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