I was surprised to see that the French squad only contains 2 or 3 non French born players
Would have thought there were a lot more given a number of their players are either African or South Sea Island looking
Indeed very surprising. Not as much as SA rugby with so many players looking European, more than half ofthe team or what.
Could be revealing also to include the number of players able to speak a language of their place; how many NZ players can speak Maori, how many SA players can speak an african language, how many Irish players can speak Irish...
WOuld give tabs on globalization vs localization since apparently, liberals want to sell the idea that all those teams represent something different than an international community.
I think most of all the "so called foreign players in SA " can all speak a language that is universal to all the locals.
"Fook-Off" is the most commong term know to them all.