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    All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has made it very clear that Jordie Barrett will be in charge against Namibia tomorrow

    All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has made it very clear that Jordie Barrett will be in charge against Namibia tomorrow


    With specialist pivots Richie Mo'unga and Beauden Barrett rested, Jordie Barrett will start at first five for the All Blacks third pool game at the Rugby World Cup.

    Hansen told the halfbacks at training yesterday morning that Jordie is the boss and they're not.



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