All Black Will Jordan will play again after eight months off

The 25-year-old New Zealander will play again for the Crusaders after many months away from the field. He was suffering from migraines and dizziness.

By Le Figaro with AFP


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Will Jordan. Aaron Gilyons /

All Blacks rookie star Will Jordan will play the Crusaders again for the first time on Saturday next Eight months off due to ‘migraine’and the New Zealand franchise was announced on Thursday.

He was named ‘Revelation of the Year’ by World Rugby in 2021He has scored 21 tries in 21 matches since his international debut in 2020. But he hasn’t played a match since the Blacks’ victory over Australia in September in the Southern Hemisphere Nations’ Rugby Championship.

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Inner ear problem

He suffered from an inner ear problem, which doctors have linked to migraines, causing the 25-year-old to become dizzy and dizzy.

According to Crusaders, he will start on Saturday at home in Christchurch against the Australians from Western Force (Perth). Coach Scott Robertson said “He’s getting better and better and he’s chosen to start this game after a few weeks of training. He’s ready to play the 80 minutes if need be”.

His performance will obviously be scrutinized with the World Cup bid in September, which seemed like a sure start before his sick leave.

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