Smith to coach All Blacks
by Scrum's correspondent Huw Turner
December 17, 1999
The NZRFU announced today that Canterbury Crusaders' Wayne Smith will coach the All Blacks in succession to John Hart.
Otago Highlanders' coach Tony Gilbert has been appointed assistant coach, with responsibility for the forwards. A third selector to assist Smith and Gilbert will be announced in due course and the post of manager, to succeed Mike Banks, will be advertised next week.
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