How is it that no one in the Springbok management does any analysis of what is the effectiveness of different playing styles. How can anyone with half a brain not see that the constant kicking by 9 & 10 instead of feeding to the backline, only hands possession to the opposition for Gods sake?? The team works so hard to get the ball only to hand it on a silver platter back to the other side with a high up and under, or a kick that doesn't find touch or even one that does. This so called method of "putting the catcher under pressure" is nonsense. It has no value. There is one team in world with a recipe for success and that is NZ. Why can't SA emulate them?? The only way you can win is by scoring tries. The games against France and England were miserable displays. No brilliance, no inspiration, no use of the full potential. The team wakes up in the last 5 minutes and seems to suddenly remember that they need to run the ball and maybe score a try if they are going to win. What was Erasmus's strategy against France? To win by kicking penalties? It's just ridiculous. Any ball north of the 22 has to be run - no kicking dammitt!!!!! All the rest - of when to bring in the reserves, or who to play where, is of minor importance. If Erasmus doesn't change, or if he isn't replaced, there is no way that SA will have a decent chance in the World Cup.