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Carter to leave France for Japan: report

SBS Saturday, 25 November 2017
Carter to leave France for Japan: reportTwo-time World Cup winner Dan Carter is leaving French rugby to be closer to New Zealand and will join Japan's Kobelco Steelers next season.
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