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    Luke Jacobson has unfinished business with the All Blacks in 2021

    Luke Jacobson has unfinished business with the All Blacks in 2021


    The promising Chiefs loose forward has had a disrupted rugby career, plagued with injuries and concussion.

    He was selected for the All Blacks 2019 Rugby World Cup squad, but was sent home early after concussion symptoms returned.

    Jacobson says wearing the the black jersey again is in his sights, but he has to tick off other goals to get there.



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