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Fans laugh at Faf de Klerk’s birthday letter to Vincent Koch

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Fans laugh at Faf de Klerk’s birthday letter to Vincent Koch

‘Happy birthday, my sister’ – Springboks star Faf de Klerk left fans laughing with his birthday letter to Vincent Koch

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Springboks star Faf de Klerk left fans laughing with his birthday letter to Vincent Koch on 13 March.

Faf and Vincent Koch had been some of the close buddies in the Springboks camp, and they joked together. When they won the Rugby World Cup in France, they danced and took pictures and videos showing their closeness.

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Some fans considered them the best bromance in the Springboks camp compared to other players. Faf de Klerk showed how close they were this time as he penned a joking birthday message to Koch.

Sharing on his Instagram, Faf left fans laughing after he called Vincent his sister.

FAF DE KLERK’S BIRTHDAY LETTER TO VINCENT KOCH

Sharing on his Instagram, Faf de Klerk with his Springboks teammate a happy birthday.

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“Happy birthday, my sister!!” he stated, leaving fans laughing for calling Koch a sister. “May there be many more🙏🏻 💪🏻 🤍 #mrincredible”, he finished wishing him more years, describing him as incredible.

After his post, fans laughed, and some wished Vincent Koch a happy birthday.

@Geraldo “Totally looks like Mr. Incredible!! 😂😂😂😂😂😂”

@Dastan & Horus ” Happy birthday MrIncredible and sister 😂😂😂😂😂😂”

 

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A post shared by Francois Faf De Klerk (@fafster09)

HOW OLD IS KOCH?

We looked into his age after Faf de Klerk penned a birthday letter to Vincent Koch. The veteran Springboks player was born on 13 March 1990, and he celebrated his 34th birthday.

According to Wikipedia, Koch was born in Empangeni, South Africa, where he played rugby as a young boy. He attended Grantham Park Primary School before secondary at Huguenot High School.

He later played his youth rugby at Boland Cavaliers and Blue Bulls, where he debuted his professional career. Since then, he has played for top teams like the Stormers and the Saracens, winning many trophies.

He also saw so much success with the national team and won two rugby world cups.

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