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If you’re a talented No 9 in New Zealand, fixed yourself for a big key halfback. While a remake following the RWC year is now usual for New Zealand. They are getting bigger each time with the increase in offshore player withdrawals. Whoever the coach of the national team is next year aspects one mainly problematic area is a key halfback. Possibly unprecedented, even, in the expert era, such is the lightweight-looking supply in stock.

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New Zealand Rugby World Cup side facing key halfback change
New Zealand Rugby World Cup side facing key halfback change

As opinions, of the New Zealand Rugby have on their books beyond this year. None are of the scrum-feeding range, and the impending leaving of veteran Aaron Smith is a huge hit. It is far from the only matter. Having signed last year’s tour to the northern hemisphere would be his last. Smith, 34, will leave a huge hole when he steps aside after this Rugby World Cup Final.

The contest is a few months away. New Year is a superior occasion where everyone gets to guide in a new chapter along with family and friends. But for the rugby world, the start of 2023 destined that little bit more. As the world said bye to the year that was, the worldwide rugby public turned their concentration towards the RWC. Account will be made in France later this year. As 20 rugby states prepare to hunt the sport's final prize.

Smith, 34 a key halfback for the New Zealand Rugby World Cup side

Not only has he played the sixth-most tests ever for New Zealand Rugby World Cup team. But of those 114, he has started 105. With an iron grip on the No 9 jersey since his first appearance in 2012. In separation, Smith’s departure should not cause such trouble. However, the water remains dark, far from any faith amongst his present backup crew. One of them could be reduced completely, with gossip this week.

That Brad Weber will be linking French club Stade Francais after the RWC. Stuff understands there is indeed a deal on the table, but no agreement has yet been signed. That the 18-test Chiefs rep is still also pondering the choice of staying in New Zealand. After breaking through for 10 entrances in 2021. Weber fell down the arresting order last year, with Finlay Christie and Folau Fakatava preferred alongside Smith.

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In the series loss to Ireland and the rugby championship-winning campaign. Weber did, however, get an evoke against Wales, and with Smith out of the image. He may intellect more game-time ahead. Though, at 32 next weeks. The currency on offer in France will be very hard to turn down at this phase of his profession. Like Weber, TJ Perenara, who had played deputy to Smith since 2014. Also dropped out of support in 2022, before a late pardon against Scotland and England.

Smith, Weber and Perenara are also going to leave after RWC 2023

That ended with a broken Achilles tendon and having mostly failed to fire since his move back from Japan. Perenara, 31 later this month, may well be done in an 80-test profession in any case. If Smith, Weber and Perenara are discounted, that is a joint 212 tests and more to come of skill. That goes with it and leaves Christie and Fakatava. As the only other key halfbacks going around with New Zealand aside from Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi and Mitchell Drummond.

They each put on the jersey in 2018 for three tests and one test, individually. While Christie has shown great progress since his move to France, and sights of prowess in his 14 tests. He has just three starts under his belt, and the weakness shown on the end-of-year tour. Both his initial shots against Japan and Scotland will have a few alarm bells ringing.

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Fakatava, 23, is a clear, thrilling, talent. But may almost be initial from scratch, having last year effectively had his All Blacks eligibility accepted. But then only got game-time in the final quarters of those critical losses to the Irish in Dunedin and Wellington. Before breaking his ACL before the end-of-year tour. It all adds up to a less-than-ideal image post-RWC. Never before in the expert era has the key halfback spot looked so delicate for the All Blacks.

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Smith arrived at the fight the year after the 2011 Rugby World Cup achievement

There has always been a skilled pro to guide those coming through. When Smith entered the fray the year after the 2011 RWC success. Then-56-test Piri Weepu alongside him as a solid coach. Even when Weepu 71 tests and Jimmy Cowan 51. Both debuted on the 2004 end-of-year trip when Justin Marshall was overlooked. They had Byron Kelleher 57, with 29 tests and 11 starts, foremost the charge.

Marshall almost owned the No 9 jersey since his introduction in the last test of 1995. Through to his leaving for England in 2005, logging 81 tests and 74 starts. And it’s not since 1996 when John Hart failed in his request for exemption from New Zealand. To select Graeme Bachop 31 tests from Japan, and a seven-test five at key halfback Jon Preston assisted one-test Marshall. That New Zealand could find themselves so green at the base of the scrum.

With that perhaps problematic picture in mind, the lens will go big. Then, even as early as this year, on the future predictions. The Hurricanes’ Cam Roigard seems well-placed with the current choosers. Touring with the All Blacks XV last year on the back of a standout NPC for Counties Manukau. While fellow 21-year-old Cortez Ratima was also later called up to that team. He will continue a battle at the Chiefs and Waikato with another thrilling prospect in Xavier Roe 24.

Namibia Rugby World Cup side going to play All Blacks in France contest

The RWC takes place in France from 8 September to 28 October. Namibia will join 19 other countries at the quadrennial global showpiece. Namibia was capable of their seventh consecutive world cup when they won the Africa Cup in France last year. After thrashing Kenya 36-0 in the Rugby World Cup Final. They, however, will face much harder opposition at the world cup. They will contest against the hosts, France, and three-time victors New Zealand in Group A.

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Along with Italy and Uruguay's national sides. France and New Zealand are the solid picks to progress to the knockout phases. But Namibia will be hoping to get that vague first win when they meet Uruguay on 27 September. At Parc Olimpique Lyonnais in the Lyon Metropolis. Namibia has made rapid growth in Mixed Martial Arts and will send a team to the international mixed martial arts federation world finals for the first time.

The contests will be held next month at the Stark Arena in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, starting on 12 February. The Namibian team includes the African featherweight champion Veja Hinda, who also came second in a global contest for the top knockouts of 2022. As well as the African lightweight runner-up Geraldo Bok.

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