Foster wants answers from World Rugby
One of Ian Foster’s last acts as coach of the All Blacks was to ‘please explain’ to World Rugby after the Rugby World Cup final.
The All Blacks lost the World Cup final to South Africa in a match Foster said he and his coaching staff would review despite Foster ending his 11-year association with the national team this week.
The final in Paris featured some controversial calls regarding red and yellow cards and other official decisions.
Arriving back in New Zealand just days after the World Cup campaign ended, Foster said “we’ve already sent a file to World Rugby to let them know to them. I hope they do that”.
Foster would not outline what he asked World Rugby to look into but said “I think you can guess” what areas of the final were to be discussed.
Foster was in no rush to decide what his future would be.
He said he was interested in continuing to coach – “very much” – but would not be drawn to the vacant Wallabies coaching job and said he would be taking a break and “reassessing” what his next move would be. at him.
But he would be keeping in touch with some of his former All Blacks charges in the coming months.
“I’ve invited a few of them to come round and pitch their tent on the lawn and I’ll provide the music and a barbecue and maybe they can bring a few drinks but I might fly around and I would see a few of them next month. just make the right address.”
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