All Blacks -- The Strongest Team
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All Blacks -- The Strongest Team

by Keisuke Takada
(Katsushika, Tokyo)

I have never gone to NZ and I am not familiar with their culture. But I know the name of All Blacks like many Japanese. When I saw a game, I was impressed with their concentration and the Haka dance performed before the international match.

Their winning percentage of 75% is amazing. So it is natural that rugby is regarded as the national sport in NZ.

The Rugby World Cup will be held this year. I want to check out the All Blacks!!

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May 22, 2011
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The All Blacks' 75% winning percentage
by: Gary Wolff

Yes, sounds like a VERY strong team. Like you, Keisuke, I want to see them play someday.

I especially want to see the famous Haka dance... :-)

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