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Should Zac Guildford remain an All Black?

Photo / Paul Estcourt
Photo / Paul Estcourt

All Black Zac Guildford is "hurting and ashamed" and can't remember his drunken night in Rarotonga - and his family say his drinking problems stem from the early death of his father.

Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder spoke to Guildford yesterday and said the 22-year-old World Cup squad member was "devastated" and at rock bottom over his actions at Trader Jacks bar on Friday night (NZT).

"He's really hurting and ashamed," Blackadder said.

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