Jack Goodhue says his much-maligned mullet is staying, no matter how many times his All Blacks team mates, coaches or the media tell him it is out of fashion.
"There is scientific evidence that shows it makes me faster," he dead panned, prompting a fit of laughter in the media room. "It was done at Harvard I think." Lock Sam Whitelock wanted to know if Goodhue would get a haircut before his wedding at the end of the year. "Did you read the Woman's Day article?" Goodhue retorted in reference to an interview he had with the glossy magazine in September. "You'll find out on the day." Assistant coach Ian Foster was also less than impressed with the mullet, and he did not care much for Goodhue's attempt to grow a moustache either. "I can't win in this team," Goodhue said with a grin.