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    Steve Hansen is keeping quiet as to what his plans are post this year's rugby World Cup in Japan

    Steve Hansen is keeping quiet as to what his plans are post this year's rugby World Cup in Japan


    The All Blacks coach will leave the role following the tournament, after joining the side's coaching staff in 2004.

    There have been reports that Hansen has will take up a director of rugby role with Japanese club Toyota Verblitz - the side All Black captain Kieran Read has signed with.

    But when asked about it Hansen gave nothing away.



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