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In an interview to David Leggat in the New Zealand Herald, John Wright, who has been appointed the New Zealand coach, says there are no quick-fixes to New Zealand's dwindling form. Wright says New Zealand should not get ahead of themselves and take it one game at a time.
"If you achieve certain goals, winning looks after itself," Wright said. "Whether it's as a player or coach, at international level you've got to have a hard edge, that attitude that 'we're going to take them apart'."
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