Steve Hansen wants All Blacks to terrorize the United Kingdom by power, speed and daring.
The All Blacks coach hit the table, calling Brodie Retallick a first-time runner in two months, Aaron Smith back, two players at Beauden Barrett, No 10 and Damian McKenzie & # 39; The opposite is exactly the right and Jack Goodhue in the center.
Joe Moody was forced to withdraw due to a split eyelid and could not be used for the rest of the tour. This is the most powerful team All Blacks can talk on Twickenham Sunday morning.
If you want to air the ball in the air and do something adventurous, you will not choose such a side to make sure that there is a half line in the rear view mirror.
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Britain is expected to bring a quick line of defense as Britain and the Irish Lions did in New Zealand last year, while Hansen agreed that its players should be allowed to make decisions based on what emerged before them. it will be. Follow a paint with numbers plan.
First things first. He had to assess the threats of England. And they have pretty good ideas about what's going to happen.
Hansen said, ay They can trick us and run out and play wide. "But I don't think so."
There he is. In 99% of the rugby population in both hemispheres, Eddie Jones's coach, Ben Youngs and Owen Farrell, will help to minimize the risks of running after them, and move forward to tackle all areas of contact. waits for them to choke and everything that wanders in. black with defense hits.
Hansen, if England wants to play this way, does their job: "It doesn't mean that they have a better side or a worse side than us. They just play differently. If you look at the test match (versus South Africa) , a lot of people can be captured and always think about how they kick and this is pretty negative rugby.
“But they don't give you many opportunities to do things because of the way they play. And they're proud of it and they're hanging out there. Ve
The North Harbor propeller went to a non-contracted World Rugby award candidate in less than 12 months.
Doing all with Blacksmith McKenzie, who started all of the Blacks in Twickenham, especially 15 years old, when he defeated the All Blacks A-listers on October 27 in Yokohama on 37 October, 37-20 Wallabies. There is definitely a risk in what he suggests. Space is allowed to support itself if it sees.
Hansen, who once described McKenzie as ği flying in a bottle, K was his way of saying that you had taken the rough rough side.
Certainly, voters would argue that McKenzie is now a more reliable model and that the press in Yokohama has helped press the press as a second quarterback.
Bir Everyone in our team has a clear license to play what is ahead of them, “Hansen stressed. "In my opinion, I have played like that. The opposition cannot tell you what you can and cannot do. So if I stand against it, then we are against it.
"If he is not open, then we do not. Damian does not miss many opportunities. He likes this, so we assume that we will see at some point."
The Williams-Goodhue midfield combination could provide clarity in planning for the World Cup, but Hansen denied that he ranked number 1 match.
"I don't think so. We are currently blessed with some very good midfielder."
All blacks: Damian McKenzie, Ben Smith, Jack Goodhue, Sonny Bill Williams, Rieko Ioane, Beauden Barrett, Aaron Smith, Kieran Read (capt), Ardie Savea, Liam Squire ; inukuafe. Reserves: Dane Coles, Ofa Tu, Nepo Laulala, Scott Barrett, Matt Todd, TJ Perenara, Richie Mo & # 39; unga, Ryan Crotty