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New controversy surrounds the New Zealand Rugby Union after a damning report on the management of the Black Ferns women’s team. This oversight will be subject to favoritism and a lot of disrespect towards some players, according to players of Maori or Pacific Islander descent.
After this extremely negative report, the federation fully wanted to respond with a statement from its general manager Mark Robinson: “This report highlights that we haven’t done everything right and regret not providing all the tools needed for our teams to succeed.
Black Ferns have been great ambassadors for rugby. They have won seven World Cups since their inception, and have greatly influenced New Zealand’s rugby heritage. The players and crew are part of this legacy.”
media | New Zealand Rugby accepts the results of the Cultural and Environmental Review of the Black Ferns. https://t.co/FBATc7Xivc
New Zealand Rugby (NZRugby) April 11, 2022
New controversy surrounds New Zealand’s rugby union after a damning report on the management of the Black Ferns women’s team, including suspicions of favoritism and hurtful statements.
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