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Sonny Bill Williams reveals sons don’t want to play for All Blacks

The sons of All Black superstar Sonny Bill Williams have revealed they’d prefer to play for South Africa if they follow in their father’s footsteps.

Williams scored 13 tries in 58 appearances for the All Blacks, and was the first Muslim to pull on the famous black jersey.

“Cape Town is my second home,” said Williams, who married South African model Alana Raffie in 2013. 

“Maybe one day my two boys might be playing in Green and Gold. They’ve told me that’s what they’d like.

“They love the Springboks.”

South Africa want to join the Six Nations in the near future.

Sonny Bill Williams snubs Dan Carter from his dream team

Incredibly, Williams couldn’t find a place for former team-mates Dan Carter and Richie McCaw, who played a combined 260 test matches for the All Blacks.

5. Quade Cooper (Australia)

Williams said: “You just have to watch some of his highlights videos on the football field to realise what a talent he is.

“He’s another guy who can just create something out of nothing and I don’t think gets the credit he deserves.”

4. Kurtley Beale (Australia)

Williams said: “He’s a player I’ve loved watching over the years and I don’t think he gets the acknowledgement he deserves.

“He was one the best players – if not the best player – for the Australian team in the World Cup. Just his skillset, and you can tell that he’s got his stuff together off the field as well.”