Springboks and Bulls Star Sbu Nkosi Goes Missing, Causes Worry

Springboks and Bulls Star Sbu Nkosi Goes Missing, Causes Worry

  • Vodacom Bulls star winger Sbu Nkosi has gone away without official leave
  • The Springbok speedster had recently been sent home from the European tour for an unnamed disciplinary issue
  • There has been no sign of where Nkosi disappeared to, having been AWOL for two weeks

Vodacom Bulls wing Sbu Nkosi is missing.

The Springbok speedster has not been heard from for over two weeks. Nkosi was recently sent home from the Bok tour for a yet-to-be-revealed disciplinary matter.

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Springboks and Vodacom Bulls wing Sbu Nkosi has gone AWOL. Image source: Getty Images and SA Rugby Magazine.
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According to SA Rugby Magazine, Bulls director of rugby Jake White refused to answer questions about Nkosi during Friday’s team announcement press conference with the media but said a statement would be issued soon.

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