All Blacks selector Grant Fox is preparing for the possibility of an 18-month season when domestic and international rugby returns to action following the global coronavirus lockdown. Rugby fans can book British and Irish Lions Tour Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

British and Irish Lions Tour: Grant Fox's verdict on proposed North vs South clash as All Blacks prepare for 18-month season
British and Irish Lions Tour: Grant Fox’s verdict on proposed North vs South clash as All Blacks prepare for 18-month season

Speaking to Sky Sports, the former All Blacks first-five confirmed that the coaches and selectors of the national side are beginning to view this elongated break to the 2020 campaign as a new “off-season”.

Super Rugby remains suspended after being brought to a halt three weeks ago after seven rounds of the regular season. Rugby fans can book British and Irish Lions Tour Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

No date has been set for the competition’s return, and international tours from northern hemisphere sides travelling south of the equator in July have been put on hold.

Wales and Scotland were set to face the All Blacks across three test matches in Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin in two months’ time, but those fixtures look increasingly unlikely to take place.

The Rugby Championship, which is due to kick off in August, is the next competition in the firing line, adding to the uncertainty of rugby both domestically and internationally.

Fox said a raft of alternative options was being considered by New Zealand Rugby as the economic implications of no scheduled rugby fixtures had the organization staring down the barrel of a multimillion-dollar loss in revenue.

British and Irish Lions Tour: Grant Fox's verdict on proposed North vs South clash as All Blacks prepare for 18-month season
British and Irish Lions Tour: Grant Fox’s verdict on proposed North vs South clash as All Blacks prepare for 18-month season

“You could argue right now we’re in our off-season, because we’re not playing. We might consider this our summer, as we head into winter, and rugby gets played over next summer,” the 1987 World Cup winner told Sky Sports.

“We could be impacted for the next 18 months, in terms of what a schedule would look like. We hope by 2021 there’s some form of normality, but it could mean that we’re not playing rugby for a prolonged period of time.”

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