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We learned recently Glenn Moore’s resignation From his position as manager of the Black Ferns, after Accusations of unfair and discriminatory remarks To some of the team’s players. A shocking decision a few months before the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
But New Zealand has officially announced that a new staff for Team New Zealand has been announced, headed by a well-known All Blacks figure for being a member of the men’s team: Wayne Smith. He will hold the position of rugby manager, and he will hold this position until October-November, that is, until the World Cup.
Wayne Smith will be assisted by Wesley Clark and Whitney Hansen, the latter already in the Black Ferns as an apprentice. The new staff will also be supported by Sir Graham Henry, coach and world champion with the All Blacks in 2011, who will be a consultant and advisor.
Following the resignation of Glenn Moore, the New Zealand Rugby Union announced the appointment of a new crew to head the Black Fern. It will be led by Wayne Smith, who has already coached the All Blacks.
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