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  • Steve Hansen to step down as New Zealand coach after 2019 World Cup

    • World Cup-winning coach gives advance notice to help team• Hansen: ‘This is a critical process which shouldn’t be rushed’ Steve Hansen’s all-conquering reign as the New Zealand coach will end after the 2019 World Cup. The 59-year-old, who has been in charge of the All Blacks since 2012 and has had 16 years within the setup, will leave after his side’s title defence in Japan. “I think change after the World Cup will bring a new outlook for the team and it’ll be time for someone else to enhance...

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  • Real Madrid Submits 23-Man Squad to Feature in Club World Cup

    Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari has confirmed his squad for this year's Club World Cup, which will be held in the United Arab Emirates this month.
  • Rangers Announce First 5 Coaches For New Manager Woodward’s Staff

    The Texas Rangers have hired Luis Ortiz as the hitting coach on new manager Chris Woodward's staff that will include three returning coaches.