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    Beauden Barrett reckons any intrusiveness from the public into All Blacks' salaries is all part of the fandom

    Beauden Barrett reckons any intrusiveness from the public into All Blacks' salaries is all part of the fandom


    Barrett says players are currently in negotiations with New Zealand Rugby and the Players' association around pay reductions, amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

    It follows on from staff members and All Blacks coaches also taking cuts.

    Barrett says while it's private business, it's understandable why the public are so intrigued.



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