Steven Hansen défend Ian Foster et atomise les dirigeants Néo-Zélandais !

Stephen Hansen defends Ian Foster and disperses the leaders of New Zealand!


All blacks go through a sensitive period.

In fact, the New Zealanders had two consecutive home defeats to Ireland during July, their first since 1994!

Inevitably, the New Zealand press is putting a lot of pressure on the Blacks crew and more specifically on coach Ian Foster.

Several technical advisors are calling for his resignation to the New Zealand Rugby Union.

But former All Blacks coach Steve Hansen disagrees.

The latter obviously regrets the lack of support from New Zealand rugby leaders for his successor, Ian Foster.

Captured this week. Extract:

There have been many rulings issued recently. But when was the last time New Zealand rugby conducted a soul-searching? I haven’t seen them heat up much. Ian Foster is a very good coach.

Ian Foster shouldn’t be happy with the way things went, but I don’t think the problem is just with the team. Evil is more important than that. New Zealand leaders would unload their soiled clothes in public, rather than at home. I don’t think they are doing their job properly.”

In the aftermath, Steve Hansen defended Captain Sam Kane. Extract:

Sam Kani has often been injured but we know he is a good captain, we have to trust and support him (…) He is a very good player, and he will be back.


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