Trevor Nyakane Sets Twitter Alight, Posts Stunning Photos of Family in France Ahead of His Racing 92 Debut
- Trevor Nyakane is soaking up the sights in Paris, France where he is ready to join his new team Racing 92
- Nyakane recently posted photos of him and his family enjoying his new surroundings and fans can't get enough
- Nyakane joined Racing 92 from the Blue Bulls in what has been called a 'from Pretoria to Paris' move
Trevor Nyakane is living his best life now that he has officially made the move to France.
The Springbok Prop was signed by Paris side, Racing 92, who were so desperate to land the former Blue Bulls star that they bought him out of the remainder of his contract with the Pretoria team.
Trevor Nyakane recently took to his Twitter account to share his excitement at his new surroundings, adding that he and the family already love it there.
Speaking of his moving to France, Nyakane described it as 'the challenge he needed,' Tech Gaming Report confirmed.
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“With the Springboks, we came to see Racing play and I said to Bongi Mbonambi: 'If I have to leave South Africa, it is for a club like that, with a stadium like this, an atmosphere like this … .' weeks later, I got a phone call!
"I spent seven years with the Bulls, I think we achieved our goals. We won Super Rugby, two Currie Cups in a row … I needed a new challenge, I felt like my time in South Africa was coming to an end. Growing as a person and as a player, giving my family opportunities, discovering new things, that was the challenge I needed. I wanted to be challenged, physically and mentally, Nyakane said.”
After sharing the snaps, fans can't get enough of Trevor's new life and congratulated the prop on his new journey.
"Well done, try speak the language they'll appreciate you for giving it a go.... Show them your talents"
"We will miss you Trevor, however wishing you and the family the most awesome experience, and lots of happiness."
Jake White proposes an end to overseas Boks in national team, social media critical of the decision
In other rugby news, former Springboks coach Jake White has caused quite a social media stir after comments he made about the overseas-based players in the Springbok squad, Sports Brief recently reported.
The current Blue Bulls Director of Rugby believes that South African Rugby should no longer select Springboks who are signed by overseas clubs and instead focus on players plying their trade locally.
The South African recently reported that it was pointless playing for local South African franchises when you could play abroad and earn in dollars or euros and still be able to represent the country.