Frederic Michalak is “good to go”‘ for the Sharks in their Absa Currie Cup visit to the Cheetahs on Saturday, but while the French international will add panache on attack, it is on defence that the Sharks will urgently need to sort themselves out.
Mike Greenaway, IOL.
Without taking too much away from the enterprising Falcons, the Sharks were split open too often by the lowly Brakpan team on Friday night.
“Our defensive pattern is not working as well as it should be,” admitted assistant coach Grant Bashford after his team’s victory over the Falcons, coached by former Bulls boss Rudy Joubert.
“It is a case of us having too many changes too soon. We are not working as a team in defence with guys running out of line and not trusting our system. It is to be expected when you have the player turnover from the Super 14 and we are obviously working very hard on fixing the problemTweet