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IT IS only a matter of time before finding a Peter de Villiers detractor becomes like searching for a needle in a haystack.
The Bok coach just keeps on confounding critics.
Four wins out of four matches against two of the best sides in world rugby is a significant feat.
Just when those who never took a liking to him had shifted the posts by arguing that the Boks' wins under him did not register a satisfactory number of tries, they go on and administer a comprehensive and entertaining thrashing to the Wallabies in Australia, scoring four tries in the process.
As matters stand old Div is leading the Boks to their first TriNations trophy since 2004.
De Villiers' success is more important than than that expected of any Bok coach in the past
As the first black coach he has a lot to prove and so far he is doing extremely well.