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    Luna Rossa skipper Max Sirena rejects suggestions the appointment of Brad Butterworth to a role is designed to get under the skin of Team New Zealand boss Grant Dalton

    Luna Rossa skipper Max Sirena rejects suggestions the appointment of Brad Butterworth to a role is designed to get under the skin of Team New Zealand boss Grant Dalton


    The former Team New Zealand and Alinghi tactician has been brought in as an 'external relations manager' to work with Cup organisers around the staging of the event.

    Sirena will leave it to Dalton and Butterworth to sort out any differences and he doesn't care about that.



    Max Sirena emerges from his 14 days quarantine next week with Luna Rossa's new Cup boat due to arrive in the country by plane in early October.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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