Smith to Skipper All Whites in China
Wednesday, 14th Nov 2012 10:09
Tommy Smith is set to skipper New Zealand today as they take on China in a friendly in Shanghai. Smith again takes the armband with regular captain Ryan Nelsen missing the trip.
The All Whites have only trained together once since meeting up for the game in which Smith will win his 21st cap.
The 22-year-old is unlikely to be back in training with the Blues until Friday morning ahead of Saturday's game at Leicester.
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