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FIRST TAKE | Sean Everitt was a dead man walking after Neil Powell's Sharks appointment

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Sean Everitt. (Photo by Chris Fairweather/Huw Evans Agency/Gallo Images)
Sean Everitt. (Photo by Chris Fairweather/Huw Evans Agency/Gallo Images)

As soon as they elevated Neil Powell above him, Sean Everitt's only recourse was leaving the Sharks – it was only a matter of time before he walked the plank, especially after an underwhelming inaugural URC, writes Sibusiso Mjikeliso

Departed Sharks head coach Sean Everitt was a dead man walking following Neil Powell's surprising elevation from defence coach, without spending a season in the role, to become the director of rugby.

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