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Dan Carter has today given All Blacks playmakers Richie Mo’unga and Beauden Barrett some valuable advice about how to navigate their way around the unique demands of World Cups less than six weeks out from the tournament start in Japan.
It was a visit planned some time ago by assistant coach Ian Foster and it may turn out to be a timely one given the Bledisloe Cup hole the All Blacks now find themselves in after losing to Australia 47-26 in Perth last weekend and with the decider to come at Eden Park on Saturday.
A former All Blacks No 10, who played 112 tests and is New Zealand’s highest points scorer, Carter has been involved in many previous rescue missions, including in the 2015 Bledisloe Cup decider at Eden Park in 2015 when his side had to win to retain the old trophy and did so 41-13.
“That actually wasn’t in the plan when he came in but it might be helpful,” F
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