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WestPac Stadium To Be Blacked Out During All Blacks' Training

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 26 / 16

The All Blacks' training session on Saturday "will take place under a veil of secrecy -- but that has nothing to do with 'spygate,'" according to the NEW ZEALAND HERALD. A week after discovering a bug in their Sydney hotel room, both the All Blacks' and the Wallabies' captains' runs "will be off lim...

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