Samoan skipper Mahonri Schwalger has criticised the behaviour of the team’s management during the Rugby World Cup.
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France has been fined after it advanced too close to the All Blacks haka before Sunday’s Rugby World Cup final in Auckland.
Steve Hansen would like to “have a crack” at the top All Blacks coaching job.
France captain Thierry Dusautoir last night won the International Rugby Board’s Player of the Year award.
The All Blacks were greeted by a sea of black during their Rugby World Cup victory parade in central Auckland today.
England skipper Lewis Moody has announced his international retirement.
Although proud, France skipper Thierry Dusautoir is disappointed with the result of last night’s Rugby World Cup final.
Fourth-choice All Blacks first five Stephen Donald took the opportunity to hit back at his critics after kicking what proved to be the winning penalty goal during last night’s Rugby World Cup final.
The drought is over.
The All Blacks have yet to drop a test at Eden Park, the venue for tonight’s Rugby World Cup final against France, in the professional era.
Robbie Deans and Ewen McKenzie could make a dream Wallabies coaching duo, says former Australian captain Nick Farr-Jones.
All Blacks captain Richie McCaw has urged his teammates not to get too complacent of tonight’s Rugby World Cup final against France.
If France is to beat the All Blacks in tonight’s Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park, it must have a little bit of 1994 about them.
France coach Marc Lièvremont has denied claims his team will resort to using foul play in tonight’s Rugby World Cup final against the All Blacks at Eden Park.
Former England prop Gareth Chilcott has called for manager Martin Johnson to resign following the side’s dismal Rugby World Cup campaign.
The All Blacks have predictably named an unchanged team for Sunday’s Rugby World Cup final against France in Auckland.
Veteran Wales first five Stephen Jones would like to continue playing international rugby beyond the Rugby World Cup.
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