Vodacom Bulls head coach Jake White was forced to apologise after there was a section of the Bulls fans that started booing the England out-half. Fairly bad form, especially after Farrell taking a break for new years Six Nations due to this type of behaviour.
Bulls’ won the game 27-16 over Saracens, see the apology below from their head coach.
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“I must start by saying I’m apologising for all the booing of Owen Farrell, it’s not what we’re about. I don’t understand why,” he told reporters.
“I just think people have jumped on the bandwagon in terms of all the negative media, which I don’t understand.
“I said it in the week that he’s an unbelievable player. What he’s achieved in England is phenomenal. I’m really disappointed because I wanted people to enjoy the fact that you get to see him play at Loftus.
“You equate that to watching Tiger Woods play golf or you equate that to (Michael) Jordan play basketball. I apologise, it’s not really who we are and we will address that.”