Former All Black Mark Robinson appointed New Zealand Rugby chief executive

New Zealand Rugby have announced that former All Blacks centre next year Mark Robinson will succeed Steve Tew as chief executive.
Tew, that has been chief executive as 2007, surprisingly revealed that he will step down from the role at the conclusion of the year.
Next calendar year robinson, who played nine evaluations will assume the job.
He explained:“I am truly excited about what this opportunity offers.
„I have a clear vision to continue to grow the great work already established under Steve’s watch and recognise the substantial responsibility we have in ensuring our match proceeds to flourish at all levels.“
Robinson had his career blighted by a series of accidents, later he murdered, returning to New Zealand as chief executive of the Taranaki Rugby Union.
Among his first tasks are to build a relationship together with Steve Hansen stepping down in Japan after the World Cup, with a new All Blacks coach.

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