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No rush for a new All Whites coach after World Cup disappointment

No rush for a new All Whites coach after World Cup disappointment

Updated 4 December 2013, 9:44 AEST

The search for a new national soccer coach in New Zealand won't begin in earnest until the New Year.

Ricki Herbert announced his intention to bow out after the All-Whites were out-played by Mexico in their inter-continental World Cup play-off last month.

But before they go looking for a replacement, the chairman of New Zealand Football, the former World Cup goalkeeper Frank van Hattum, says they have to take a long hard look at a failed World Cup campaign that began with such high expectations.

Presenter:Richard Ewart

Speaker:Frank van Hattum, chairman, New Zealand Football

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