Tom Curry doubles down on allegation against Springboks star in first interview

Hooker Mbonambi has accused England of being “unprofessional”

England rugby star Tom Curry has doubled down on his allegation that South Africa’s Bongi Mbonambi racially abused him in the World Cup semi-final.

Curry claimed that he was called a “white c***” by the Springboks player halfway through the first half of the encounter in Paris, but World Rugby deemed “insufficient evidence” to support his allegation.

Hooker Mbonambi, who says the “misunderstanding” sprang from Curry’s failure to realize he was speaking Afrikaans—a tactic the Springboks frequently employ to make sure their opponents do not comprehend their messages—has accused England of being “unprofessional” in response to the charges.

But Curry asserted, “I heard what I heard,” despite the fact that her family and lover have subsequently experienced internet hate.

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In an interview with the Daily Mail, he stated: “I wasn’t particularly inclined to talk about it right away.

“For me, the ball was out of play both times. There was no misunderstanding on my behalf during our conversation with Bongi. I immediately rushed to the referee. What I heard, I heard. I really don’t have much else to say about it, so that’s as far as I really want to go.

It was difficult on my brother, my girlfriend, and my family. Although it was a difficult experience, it is what it is. All I want to say about it is that the inquiry is done.”


Springboks: Rassie Erasmus earmarks shock potential future Bok flyhalves

Rassie Erasmus is looking at a special young talent as a potential future Springboks flyhalf. He is also considering another surprise option.

Rassie Erasmus sees a unique youthful talent that might develop into a future flyhalf for the Springboks. He’s thinking of another unexpected avenue as well.

Rassie will take up his position as head coach of the Springboks.

In addition, he has several intriguing choices as a number of elite athletes approach the later phases of their careers and new talent approaches.


Sacha Mngomezulu Feinberg. The utility back for the Stormers is a future star—remember the name.

He is a unique player with an abundance of talent and talents.

Even Rassie has noticed now. Additionally, Rassie thinks that Curwin Bosch and Manie Libbok might provide competition at flyhalf in the future.

Along with Manie Libbok, Erasmus mentioned Sharks playmaker Curwin Bosch and Stormers sensation Sacha Feinberg-Mngomezulu as players who may provide competition at flyhalf in the future on SARugbyMag.


Mngomezulu is one of the most exciting talents in SA Rugby today. He has been playing at inside centre for the Stormers so far in the United Rugby Championship and he is the complete package as a player. Mngomezulu is a

a strong long-range goal kicker, a perilous attacker with a keen sense of openings, and a perceptive defender.

He made his debut in the 2023–24 URC campaign against the Lions with a man-of-the-match performance. In addition, he scored a noteworthy attempt with a crazy finish that demonstrated his football-player-like ball handling. It took him three quick touches with his knees and feet to gather and finish in a magnificent manner. In the meanwhile, Bosch is one of South Africa’s most aggressive flyhalves. In addition to being a strong long-distance goalkicker, he is fast and has good vision. He may be in the starting lineup for the Boks if he can establish consistency in his play this season.

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