Bull captain Marcell Coetzee is always looking to win trophies, which is why he was overjoyed even after he got the upper hand over Leinster for the first time at the weekend, which was not his job has yet to be completed by his team.
It was clear from Coetzee, who suffered pain from playing in the hands of Leinster during his five years with Ulster, that one task remained for his team: to beat the Stormers now in the United Rugby Championship final in Cape Town on Saturday .
“My feelings are going high, four or five times in the shortest time I came to Leinster,” Coetzee said after epic semi – final victory over Dublin. “So it’s a proud moment and it’s definitely a highlight of my career.
“But we want to lift the cup in any competition we play. So we still have one more job to do. Our job is not done yet, there is still one game to go and we will go 100% in the final. ”
The star on a loose face, no doubt one of the best players in the URC this season, he also knows that ability in the scrums and lineouts is always crucial in the semifinals and finals. After easing Leinster’s strength, the Stormers pack will now face another great challenge.
“If you have a chance to win other games, your set piece must perform,” said Coetzee. “Credit to our head coach Russell Winter and the other coaches for doing our homework.
“Leinster are international stars and we said we had to play at that level, we had to win physically. Mentally we were on the run too.
“Our line-up was top notch and we managed to adapt at the scrums. The kit showed their comfort and we were able to get to the right locations, which is what we will need again, ”said Coetzee.
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Like the best coaching master, Bulls coach Jake White has his accusations of singing along with time and a perfect blend of talent, and they undoubtedly played their best game of the season in the semi – final against Leinster.
“The whole plan was to do that, get it right, go against them, make sure our kick game was good and reach our chase line,” Coetzee said.
The Bulls are sure to bring the same strategy to Cape Town, with Stormers coach John Dobson looking for a new generation of heroes to play in the blue-and-white.
The Stormers’ decision-making on the pressure the Bulls will put on the winning line is the key factor in the final.
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