Chiefs considering captaincy options for 2015


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Two time Super Rugby champions the Chiefs are considering a change in captaincy for the upcoming Super Rugby season.

The Chiefs have used a co-captain system in recent years and in 2014 they were led by Liam Messam and Aaron Cruden.

In 2012 and 2013 when they won back to back Super Rugby titles they were captained by Messam and Craig Clarke who shared the captaincy.

Coach Dave Rennie has now revealed that they are considering their options for the captaincy in 2015 and they might not use co-captains again.

“We’ve got a lot of leaders within this group, but ultimately someone needs to have the C next to his name and we’ll sort through that the next couple of weeks,” Rennie Newstalk ZB.

Rennie said that whatever happens they will have a new captain at the start of the 2015 Super Rugby season as Messam, Cruden and Brodie Retallic will not be available in the opening round.

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