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All Blacks flanker Ardie Savea could be back from knee surgery earlier than first thought, according to his former Wellington Hurricanes coach.
Savea, who was named last week as New Zealand Rugby’s Player of the Year, was initially expected to be out of action for up to six months.
However former Hurricanes coach, John Plumtree, told reporters in Auckland the dynamic loose forward could be back within four months.
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Plumtree was elevated into an assistant coaching role with the New Zealand team under new coach Ian Foster on Thursday.
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