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Former All Blacks coach Sir Steve Hanson.
Getting the Northern Hemisphere teams on board is key. Suggested New World 12. A success, and Sir Steve Hansen knows it.
“We’ve been talking about it here for a long time, and we have to bring the Six Nations with us, and the clubs there. Come with us. If we can do that, I can’t see it. [World 12s] Not succeeding, “he said.
The World 12s are being equated with IPL rugby, and are set to begin next year with a men’s tournament in England, followed by the inaugural women’s tournament in 2023.
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Disappointed by the lack of unity around the world, Hanson expressed hope that the lucrative competition would be a catalyst for the global calendar, emphasizing that the three-week annual competition is not a rebellious competition, and that it should stand in a window. Want to highlight the best players in the world
“I know they’ve ended the tournament in August-September, but it may not be the right time to play it,” Hansen said.
Immediately, if you’re from the Southern Hemisphere, you think it could affect the Rugby Championship and obviously we don’t want to, because you don’t get all the blacks, or South Africa and Australia. Will , And you don’t want to be in conflict, you want to work together.
World 12s is targeting 192 players for eight franchises. They will play a short game format (30 minutes) in teams of six forwards and six backs, with new rules aimed at improving problem areas such as error and scrum.
It aims to generate around 500 500 million in production in its first five years, with beautiful rewards for everyone involved.
It’s basically the money that Hansen thinks the best players in the world will come running for, basically forcing game organizers to stand up and make changes.
New Zealand Rugby plans to work with World Rugby in the coming days to overcome this proposal, but it has made it clear that any that affects the well-being of domestic rugby or players Competition will not be supported.
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As far as the Northern Unions are concerned, “they don’t like change, that’s for sure,” Hansen said.
“One of the reasons is that they don’t like change. If they think it will benefit the southern hemisphere, they won’t do it. Are just like that.
“There needs to be a lot of positivity if we can just sit around the table and sort it out.”
A.Peanut questions raised since the revelation of the World 12s proposal this week.On earth, will it fit into a pre-filled calendar without the well-being of the players?
Hansen, who said in 2018 that he wanted the players to have 16 weeks off at the end of each year, repeatedly mentioned the well-being of the players while discussing the new competition, and highlighted the fact that the players All three will be limited to 60 minutes on weekends
“It simply came to our notice then. If you can say to a super player, ‘You’re only going to play 60 minutes for the next three weeks,’ you’re prolonging people’s careers.