A video showing former British & Lions coach Jim Telfer and Ian McGeechan arguing with Springbok fans. This video is going viral again online after a fan shared it online. The video is from the 3rd Test of the 1997 Lions Tour.

The video has gone viral again after a rugby fan under the name of Jared Wright re shared the video on social media. The video has accumulated 100,000 views in the last 12 hours. Interested Rugby fans can book their Springboks Vs British And Irish Lions Tickets on discounted prices easily.

British and Irish Lions Tickets - Video of Ex British & Irish Lions coaches viral on the internet
British and Irish Lions – Video of Ex British & Irish Lions coaches viral on the internet

Tensions have been rising surrounding the Lions Tour recently. Ellis Genge revealed that he had been racially abused in the 2018 Lions Tour of South Africa. The Lions and South Africa have always suffered from tense relations.

In the 2009 Lions Tour, fights and skirmishes between both teams were commonplace in the 3 tests. South Africa would go on to win that Series 2-1. In the 1997 Lions Tour, as we can see in this clip, the relationship was at an all-time low here. Telfer and McGeechan traded insults with South African fans.

Many will say that it was the coaches’ fault for arguing with the fans. However, we feel that that it was completely the fault of the Springbok fans, which are known to be saltier than a McDonald’s french fry.Video shows the Lions coaches getting into a heated argument with South African fans.

We are sure that we will see more tomfoolery from South African fans in the 2021 Lions tour. The men in green being particularly antagonizing with their gloating about their recent World Cup success.

British and Irish Lions Tickets - Video of Ex British & Irish Lions coaches viral on the internet
British and Irish Lions – Video of Ex British & Irish Lions coaches viral on the internet

Here is the clip, showing the coaches arguing with the Springbok fans. You can hear Scottish coach, Telfer at one point telling them to ‘Speak English’, in a frustrated outburst at the fans.

Who is to blame here?

The Lions will most likely take on South Africa in 2021 if the plans to keep the game at the same time remain in place. It all depends on whether the fixtures are rearranged with one or not.

We are offering British And Irish Lions Tour Tickets so Rugby fans can get British And Irish Lions Tour Tickets through our trusted online ticketing market place. SportTicketExchange.com is the most reliable source to book British And Irish Lions Tour Tickets.