Top 10 must-read Springbok articles!

Cape Town - The fallout from the Springboks' latest record defeat has been nothing short of monumental!

Suffice it to say Allister Coetzee's neck is on the chopping block with reports his days as national coach should be counted in weeks, rather than months.

Sport24 came close to breaking the internet in the aftermath of the 38-3 loss to Ireland.

In case you missed anything, here are the Top 10 articles you simply have to read ... NOW!

1. Coetzee to be sacked by December - report

Reports suggest Coetzee could be gone by the end of the year. But who should replace him is the million dollar question...

2. Nick Mallett lets rip at Springbok centres Kriel and De Allende

Former Springbok coach was at his brutal best in studio following the loss to Ireland, with nothing nice to say about the midfield duo in particular!

3. Coetzee sets not 1, but 2 more unwanted 'records'

Coetzee once again etched his name into the Springbok annals - for all the wrong reasons.

4. EVERY Springbok back could face the axe

Sport24 chief writer Rob Houwing feels from No 9 to 15, every Springbok shouldn't feel his position is safe.

5. Bok rating: Punch-drunk in Dublin!

How Sport24 rated the Boks in their defeat to the Irish. It's brutal, only for the very brave to read...

6. WATCH: Irish pundits let rip at Boks

Probably the funniest video clip doing the rounds. You simply have to watch!

7. 4 Boks who HAVE to start against France

There may well be more, but we've identified 4 Boks who simply have to make the starting XV against France on Saturday.

8. Former Bok skipper calls for Coetzee's head

Well-respected ex-Springbok skipper Wynand Claassen has called for Coetzee to go.

9. 9 most embarrassing moments in Bok history

It paints an ugly picture, but have a read through the 9 darkest days in Springbok history.

10. 'Toetie' has opposite of 'Rudolf disease'

Same, same but different. Inexplicably enduring loyalty to ill-performing players has played a key role in the pickle Coetzee now finds himself in.

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