New Zealand Rugby bosses
believe it will be calamitous for the game if they lose
either Brodie Retallick or Julian Savea to offshore
News of Colin Slade's post-World Cup departure to France has
intensified the collective hand-wringing over the state of
New Zealand rugby's elite player stock.
At the age of 40, Brad Thorn has conceded defeat probably for
the first time in his life.
Charles Piutau may have cooked his World Cup goose.
New Zealand rugby's joy in re-signing Jerome Kaino was
short-lived as it also learned that rising star Charles
Piutau is heading overseas after the World Cup.
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