Despite suffering his first defeat against The Pumas, the plan of the selected New Zealand it will run its course. This was confirmed Ian foster at a press conference.
On the week, the All Blacks head coach said that the team was considering sending some of the players back to New Zealand early to give them more time to recover before the Super Rugby season kicks off in February.
The finer details of that plan have yet to be decided, but it still stands.
“We are working on that right now,” Foster said. It still remains to define different issuesHow many players would there be or if, to a large extent, it will be those who were not taken into account lately those who return home.
With a 36-man team brought to Australia for the Tri Nations, the men in black can afford to release squad members, but will need to ensure a balanced group remains to help with preparations for the final game of the year against Los Pumas in Newcastle. in about fifteen days.