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Episode 47 - Matt Proudfoot Makes His Move

Matt Proudfoot was the mastermind behind a powerhouse Springbok pack which went on to help win the 2019 World Cup for South Africa. Soon after, he was approached by Eddie Jones to take over as England's forwards coach. Matt caught up with Derek Alberts to discuss the move, the brilliance of Jones and his own playing career for the likes of Scotland and the Bulls.

Episode 46 - Rathbone Takes Charge

New Bulls CEO Edgar Rathbone chats to Derek Alberts about the massive responsibility of taking over at South Africa's most successful Super Rugby franchise, his rapid rise into the hot seat, and the Jake White factor at Loftus.

Episode 45 - Faul in the Spotlight

In an extremely open and candid conversation with Derek Alberts, CSA Interim CEO Jacques Faul opens up about how Covid-19 has ripped the sporting world apart, the difficult task of taking over an embattled organisation, and the brilliance of Graeme Smith.

All this and more in the latest episode of Inside the Game.

RAYDER REPORT: The Week That Was (March 28 – April 3)


RAYDER REPORT: The Week That Was (March 28-April 3)

The world has gone crazy and even we had to take a brief leave of absence. Did you miss us? Well, for sportsfans the world over esports has been a saving grace for anyone wanting their fix.

In this episode of The Rayder Report we look at how Spanish Grand Prix road racer Alex Marques finally outshone older brother Mark Marques while in lockdown.

Meanwhile, the dreaded pandemic has united sportstars worldwide, with several beloved personalities praising healthcare workers and urging their fans to stay at home. We hear from Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola who says it’s time to listen to the professionals.

We also chat about Project Pitlane – Formula 1’s answer to combating the #coronavirus – and the inevitable postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Sad as it is, beloved South African Olympic sprinter Wayde van Niekerk now has more time to prep for that all-important Men’s 400-metre final. He chats to Rayder Media, offering his reaction to the news while imparting some wisdom about his legacy.

On the preparation front, we hear from SA interim director of cricket Graham Smith who believes the Proteas will need six weeks to ready themselves for future test tours.

Meanwhile, renowned commentator Dougie Donnelly joins former and current golfers who are spending their time in quarantine recalling great stories from the past. His story is a doozie! Be sure to tune in to this week’s edition of the Rayder Report to hear all about it.

If you like what you heard, remember to like, share, comment ands subscribe for weekly updates.

#sports #sport #golf #fitness #motoGP #motorsports #cricket #proteas #futbol #football #soccer #ManchesterCity #athlete #2020Olympics #Olympics #TokyoOlympics #TokyoOlympic2020 #TokyoOlympics2020 #coronavirus #covid19 #health #team #news #ball #game #style #futbol #ballislife

RAYDER REPORT: The Week That Was (March 14 – 20)

RAYDER REPORT: The Week That Was (March 14-20)

Hey Sportsfans! So, Coronavirus has decimated every sporting event on the plan and the sports community is feeling it.

We catch up with UK sports commentator Nick Heath, who’s graduated from commentating on the Six Nations and Gallagher Premiership to riveting real-life events ;-)

We also turn to this week’s local football drama regarding the PSL. While sports minister Nathi Mthethwa on Tuesday permitted the PSL to go ahead behind closed doors, SAFA president Danny Jordaan confirmed Wednesday that no local football would take place until April 4.

Rayder Media also caught up with CSA interim CEO Jacques Faul, who has urged the cricketing fraternity to act responsibly during this time of crisis, cancelling all cricketing activity for the next 60 days.

Meanwhile, among the myriad of sporting events that have been cancelled or postponed, including Euro 2020 and the PGA Championship, there’s been no word on the Tokyo Olympics, scheduled to begin late July.

In other news, it’s the end of an era for North America’s NFL. SuperBowl winner Tom Brady has left the New England Patriots after 20 seasons with the team. Brady is expected join the Tampa Bay Buccanneers, trading his beloved Gillette stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts for sunnier Florida skies.

And last (but certainly not least), with all major sporting events cancelled until Corona blows over, offbeat Internet sensation the Sand Marble Rally has gained significantly in popularity among sportsfans. Naturally, Rayder was around to watch Dragon Egg claim victory at the death at this year’s championship.

For all this and more, tune in to this week’s edition of the Rayder Report. If you like what you heard, remember to like, share, comment ands subscribe for weekly updates.

#sports #sport #football #fitness #soccer #nfl #football #cricket #proteas #athlete #health #team #news #ball #game #style #futbol #ballislife #athletes #SixNations #GallagherPremiership #PSL #PSL2020 #PremierLeague #PremierSoccer #PremierSoccerLeague #SAFA #southafricanfootball #TokyoOlympics #TokyoOlympic2020 #TokyoOlympics2020 #SandMarbleRally #coronavirus #covid19

RAYDER REPORT: The Week That Was (March 9 - 13)

RAYDER REPORT: The Week That Was (March 9-13)

Several major sporting events have been cancelled or postponed the world over – including Serie A, La Liga, European PGA, ATP Tour, MotoGP and more ¬– which has proved devastating to the global sports economy. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, however, gives his take on the pandemic and why he feels it’s important to heed all precautionary measures.

Meanwhile, other events have gotten under way sans spectators and Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland reveals why he is not a fan of no fans.

In our weekly wrap up we also touch on Champions League highlights, including commentary from Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp and Tottenham Hotspur’s José Mourinho.

In rugby, we hear from Alun Wyn Jones regarding the ball-ache that is England prop Joe Marler and his concerns that World Rugby isn’t doing enough to monitor these types of transgressions.

And what would a week of sports be without some local flavour? We include highlights from the Absa Premiership League, catch up with the Proteas and give you the lowdown on all things Super Rugby.

For all this and more, tune in to this week’s edition of the Rayder Report. If you like what you heard, remember to subscribe for weekly updates.

#sports #sport #football #fitness #basketball #nba #soccer #football #rugby #cricket #golf #athlete #health #team #news #ball #game #style #futbol #ballislife #athletes #run #coronavirus #covid19 #absapremiership #absaprem #proteas #SuperRugby #WorldRugby #ChampionsLeague

Episode 44 - Cindy Poluta and the Proteas Women

With International Women's Day fast approaching, Derek and Sam were joined by the incredibly talented sports broadcaster Cindy Poluta to celebrate women in sport. The pair also caught up with Proteas superstar Mignon du Preez, ahead of the team's semifinal clash against Australia at the Women's T20 World Cup.

Episode 42 - 24 Seconds

Derek catches up with Glyn Hall, Giniel de Villiers and the rest of the Toyota Gazoo Racing stable following a sensational day for the team, as Nasser Al-Attiyah closed the gap on Carlos Sainz to just 24 seconds.

Episode 39 - The Bivouac Blitz

In a Dakar version of the famous "Pit Walk", Derek catches up with the key players from Toyota Gazoo Racing on the rest day of the world's toughest race, including Giniel de Villiers, Nasser Al-Attiyah, Fernando Alonso, Bernhard ten Brinke, Mathieu Baumel, Glyn Hall and more.

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