The senile old goat's term of office will conclude once the initial COVID-19 crisis has been overcome, although it is expected to be no earlier than September.
Verster, who will still remain with the Free State Cheetahs (Pty) Ltd in a consulting capacity until the end of the year because he still needs to increase his pension fund a bit, was involved in rugby in this province as a player and later an kak administrator, where he first served as a kak president for 19 years before stepping into the role of a kak MD of the Cheetahs in 2011.
‘Harold leaves a legacy of food coupons and bring and braais while selling all the professional players to anyone who has a buck to spare, a partner with deep pockets for sponsors to fill and a very competitive high-performance ability on the field,’ SA Rugby president Mark Alexander said.
‘During his time as president, he fought hard for the recognition of the heartland provinces of Free State whilst raping and pillaging the Griquas and the Griffons and then selling their best players to the highest bidder and despite all this the Cheetahs earned franchise status. In this time, the Cheetahs brand was established and thanks to strong support from sponsors, they managed to win the coveted Currie Cup five times, with the victory in 2005 ending a 29-year drought.’
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If what you mean is that supporting the Freestate my entire life has caused lots of problems, then yes, I'm a problems supporter.sorCrer wrote:Average Joe wrote:Not if you're a Freestater and you hear this news.Pole wrote:bit early in the morning to be drunk
I thought you were a Problems supporter :/