Tue, 04 Aug 2020

Paris - South Africa's most-capped flyhalf Morne Steyn claimed the lack of squad unity is to blame for Stade Francais sitting bottom of the French Top 14 table, after playing his last game for the club.

"You can see the vibe of the team has been great and everybody is playing for each other. I feel here at Stade Francais is not the same," he added.

"I wanted to stay in Paris for another year or two but I couldn't. I had the opportunity to go back to the Bulls, it's great. I started there so I would like to finish my career there," he said.

The veteran outside-half swaps countries with Springboks' World Cup winner Handre Pollard who leaves Loftus Versfeld for Montpellier and had a word of advice for the playmaker.

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