Brodie Retallick Jack Goodhue feels ‘betrayed’ by All Blacks team-mates as he makes mullet stand

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Brodie Retallick All Blacks centre Jack Goodhue tells a journalist where to go after suggesting he should cut his mullet.

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All Blacks centre Jack Goodhue tells a journalist where to go after suggesting he should cut his mullet.

The last surviving member of the All Blacks’ mullet movement feels abandoned and betrayed by his team-mates.

Jack Goodhue’s Mississippi Mud Flap remains intact on the back of his head, where it has been since last year, but the other members of the movement – Sam Cane, Brodie Retallick, Beauden and Jordie Barrett, and Liam Squire – have long since done away with their 1980s hairdos.

Brodie Retallick All Blacks midfielder Jack Goodhue at training this week.

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All Blacks midfielder Jack Goodhue at training this week.

The pain was evident for the All Blacks midfielder on Thursday when he was asked if he felt as though he had been deserted by his team-mates.

“Betrayed is the better word to use,” he said.

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“Let’s not talk about it.”

Brodie Retallick Brodie Retallick's mullet in November 2018.

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Brodie Retallick’s mullet in November 2018.

Another journalist dared to question the state of Goodhue’s Tennessee Top Hat, declaring the hairstyle should have been retired, as his team-mates have done.

But Goodhue was having none of it, producing a spirited response.

Brodie Retallick Liam Squire, right, with the early formation of his mullet in September 2018.

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Liam Squire, right, with the early formation of his mullet in September 2018.

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