SA Rugby is reportedly seeking legal advice before removing Allister Coetzee from his post as Springbok coach.
Coetzee met with SA Rugby’s top brass on Wednesday to undergo a review process after two tumultuous seasons in charge of the national team.
There has been no official announcement from SA Rugby regarding Coetzee’s future, but the talk behind the scenes is that he will not stay on as Springbok coach.
SA Rugby wants to remove Coetzee from his role, but is delaying an official announcement because it wants to " fulfill every legal & moral obligation".
The report further states that Coetzee met with Rassie Erasmus, SA Rugby’s new director of rugby on Wednesday, and that he will be removed from his post once "all the labour laws are cleared once".
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