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GAVIN RICH: Bok coach knew Japan were a big threat after friendly clash

Gavin Rich

Rassie Erasmus is far too clever a coach to take Sunday’s quarterfinal game lightly

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GAVIN RICH: Bok coach knew Japan were a big threat after friendly clash

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