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Former All Blacks coach Sir Steve Hanson.
Sir Steve Hansen has rejected the suggestions. Proposed New World 12s Competition. New Zealand rugby could be hurt, claiming that it could also stop key players from going on Japanese holidays.
Former All Blacks coach. The newly announced 12-side competition ambassadors, Called the equivalent of IPL rugby, and set to begin next year with a men’s tournament in England, it will be followed by the inaugural women’s tournament in 2023.
New Zealand Rugby intends to work with World Rugby in the coming days to meet the conditions for the proposed competition but, in a statement, professional rugby and high performance general manager Chris Landrum He made it clear that he would not support any competition that affects domestic rugby, among other factors.
However, Hansen rejected the suggestion that the proposed match could damage the game in New Zealand, from the NPC level to all blacks.
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“No, I don’t think so. Most of the people who are leaving are going to be world class players playing super rugby and international rugby. Equipment
“There’s a lot of talk going on … it’s not about trying to fight the insurgency, it’s about trying to get something that suits everyone.”
Use of all calls. Damien McKenzie. And Patrick Teopoloto. For example, two players who are getting rid of the Japanese and will miss Super Rugby next year, Hansen said the World 12s could result in players standing still.
“If these two boys are selected in the team of 12, they will have enough money so that they do not have to go far, leave New Zealand, leave their family, leave their franchise. So, I think domestic sports. Also has benefits.
World 12s is targeting 192 players for eight franchises. They will play a short format of the game that will include six forwards and six backs, fight 30-minute matches, with new rules aimed at improving problem areas such as error and scrimmage.
It aims to generate around 500 500 million in production in its first five years, with beautiful rewards for everyone involved.
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That’s the money, and the possibility of rubbing shoulders with the best players in the world, which Hansen thinks will make the best players in the world run.
“I think anyone who is asked will be eager to go,” Hansen said.
“The organizers have to listen. Trying and getting the World Season is a really good motivator, so we can fit things in the right way, and give the players a good rest. The well-being of the players has been one of those things.” That’s what we’ve talked about a lot within this group, and while leading it so far, this will definitely be one of the top priorities.
The possibility of finally getting a world season all over the world was one of the factors behind Hansen’s idea to jump on the plane, as he was refreshing the game he thought he had lost his way on.
“Most of it comes down to the way it works, with more complex rules making life difficult for referees,” he said.
“We need to change our work. The management of the game is so complicated that we are not getting any consistency.
“We still can’t give a coach, a fan, a player a sheet of paper that says these three officials are going to do it today. We can’t do that. I think it’s evil. We add to the rule book.” Keep doing it, and we should take it and make it an easy game.
The world 12s will largely follow the rules of the 15s, but with these adaptations:
a 12 players in a team – six forwards and six forwards.
• Half of 15 minutes
• Conversions will only be dropped.
• Just one scrum reset, then free kick.
• Violations of Scrum are punished by a difference penalty (a penalty that cannot kick the target)