Rugby

Henry's fix claims 'no worry'

2012-07-30 10:31
Graham Henry (File)
Sydney - Graham Henry's receiving little support from a former colleague in match-fixing allegations about the 2007 Rugby World Cup quarter-final.

According to the nzcity.co.nz website, Henry's claimed in his new book released this week that referee Wayne Barnes could've been involved in fixing in the shock loss to France in Cardiff.

Current All Blacks head coach and Henry's assistant at that World Cup Steve Hansen says it's not eating away at him.

"For me it's been gone. I am looking forward not backwards and it's all about the future. I've let it go and I've let it go quite a long time ago."

Hansen says there's plenty of positives at the moment to be worrying about what happened five years ago.

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