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14 May 2021 9:18
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    It seems ever-likely Daniel Carter will remain a one-team Super Rugby player

    It seems ever-likely Daniel Carter will remain a one-team Super Rugby player


    The All Blacks legend signed with the Blues in early June as injury cover, and was due to make his debut for the side against the Hurricanes a fortnight ago before suffering a calf injury.

    He again won't be play today against the Highlanders in Dunedin, leaving just one more possible match - against his old outfit, the Crusaders in 11 days.

    He's been asked by a fan on Instagram when he'll be in the lineup.



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