"THIS MIGHT BE IT." – DANE COLES ADMITS HE WAS CONSIDERING RETIREMENT

First, it was a concussion suffered against the Highlanders, then a troubling calf issue and then the return of the symptoms of concussion which led to Dane Coles’ non-inclusion for the All Blacks’ three-Test series against the British and Irish Lions.  It was a huge blow for everyone involved, Coles is one of the most …

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