THE Southern Kings rugby boss once again calls for "a hostile atmosphere for all visiting teams in all our home games" ("Hurt Watson looks set to be back for Sharks clash", February 26). Do we really condone booing and jeering when we entertain visiting sports teams in our so-called "friendly city"?
Do the rugby bosses of the other four South African franchises call for similar atmospheres at their home grounds?
The Oxford Dictionary defines a sportsman as "one who acts fairly towards opponents or who faces good or bad luck with equanimity".
Methinks that good sportsmanship has been lost in the passageways of the NMB Stadium.
Winston Riggs, South End, Port Elizabeth