All Blacks are complacent- Campo
October 29, 1999

New Zealand have become the latest targets for a swipe by former Wallaby winger David Campese
The former wing, and greatest try-scorer in test history, believes the new Zealanders are suffering from complacency and need to improve on their quarter final performance if they are to win the title.
"The Kiwis can talk up the Scottish performance all they like. The bottom line is they had the Scots on the rack and loosened the ropes, allowing a team of honest, hard-working players to outscore them 15-5 in the second half."
Campese said that Australia, who face South Africa on Saturday, have nothing to fear from the All Black scrum and line-out.
He also claimed that Christian Cullen seemed to be struggling to adjust to his new position of centre.
"The real worry for All Black coach John Hart is that a whiff of complacency within the ranks can be dangerous, because it eats away at a player's concentration."

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