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A NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALL TEAM.

GOING HOME THIS YEAR,

WELLINGTON, May 13.

Mr Logan, of Napier, who is now on his way Homo, will arrange fixtures for the New Zealand football team with the English Rugby Union. No difficulty is found by the promoters in obtaining suitable men, plenty of good players being available. The present idea is to send Home twenty-four men, and to arrange with some Englishman to pilot them about, so saving the expense of several "dead heads." Provided the requisite amount can be guaranteed, arrangements will possibly be completed in a few weeks.

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A NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALL TEAM., Issue 7905, 13 May 1889

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A NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALL TEAM. Issue 7905, 13 May 1889

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