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Michael Leitch hoping for more Rugby World Cup glory for Japan after 2015 success.
Japan’s New Zealand-born captain Michael Leitch says he hopes to build a team capable of aiming for the Rugby World Cup title.
The 30-year-old flanker claims Japan – who will host the World Cup next month – have become a more self-reliant team under Kiwi coach Jamie Joseph than they were under Eddie Jones at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Japan caused the greatest upset in Rugby World Cup history with a win over South Africa in the 2015 tournament.
They are now ranked ninth in the world and recently won the Pacific Nations Cup and Leitch has high hopes for their World Cup campaign.
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“I hope to build the team so we can aim for the title,” he told theKyodo News.
“If we focus on preparation, we will be able to play consistently and the results will follow.
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