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The final of the Climate World Cup has ended in embarrassment after 23 players were sent from the field in highly unusual circumstances.
In this official New Zealand v Australia preview we outline 5 pivotal steps to help these teams avoid Climate World Cup infamy.
With all the tension that only a Climate World Cup can muster, New Zealand succeeded in snatching defeat from the jaws of victory against an exhausted South African unit.
The world’s media are in disbelief following France’s quarterfinal victory over New Zealand.
“This wasn’t how the story was supposed to go!”
New Zealand’s coaching staff have unveiled sports psychologist John Key as their secret weapon for tomorrow’s knockout encounter with France.
In a shock announcement leaving fans dumbfounded, New Zealand has qualified for the World Cup quarterfinals despite failing to win a single pool game.
New Zealand have been unable to salvage their embarrassing Climate World Cup campaign, suffering a heavy defeat to Tonga in their final match of pool play.
Much like their Canadian neighbours, the Americans have been totally winless at the Climate World Cup 2015. Could the players’ diet be a factor?
A distracted New Zealand team have hit a new low in their woeful Climate World Cup campaign, going down 14 - 3 to Georgia over the weekend.
In the latest off-field headlines, Pope Francis has implicitly condemned the USA’s dubious tactics at the Climate World Cup.
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