Sport Injuries to two key players cause coach headache Jesse Kriel, of the Bulls, and Lukhanyo Am, of the Sharks, during the Super Rugby match at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria on Saturday Image: LEE WARREN/GALLO IMAGES Injuries to tight-five wrecking balls Lood de Jager and Liza Gqoboka took the gloss off the Bulls’ 39-33 Super Rugby victory over the Sharks at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria on Saturday.Coach John Mitchell confirmed the injuries might be serious and that he would have to consider contingencies outside the Bulls’ group.“It is concerning. We’ll get them both X-rayed. We’ve got issues,” Mitchell said.“We are currently looking at what we can loan‚ with the northern hemisphere South Africans finished and also some PRO14 teams finished. We are going to come up with a strategy in the next two weeks.”De Jager’s Bok prospects next month may now also be in jeopardy.Mitchell may have to consider roping in the Cheetahs’ Ox Nche as replacement for Gqoboka, who has a toe problem.“It will be a setback but someone else will be ready‚” Mitchell said about De Jager’s pectoral muscle injury.“It’s a shame‚ he has been in outstanding form. He looks like a good test… Read full this story
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