ASSIGNMENT:

How can we kickstart NZ football?

Last updated 09:31 21/11/2013
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WHERE TO NOW?: The All Whites lined up for a team photo at the beginning of their match against Mexico in Wellington Stadium.

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DREAM OVER: The All Whites lost 4-2 to Mexico in the World Cup qualifying match, thwarting their hopes of going to Brazil in 2014.

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The All Whites' faint hopes of qualifying for next year's World Cup in Brazil have been dashed. 

On the back of a daunting 5 - 1 loss in Mexico City last week, they fell fighting 4-2 in the second qualifier in Wellington. 

Fans are frustrated. Players are disappointed. The coach is set to depart. So what now for New Zealand football? 

What needs to happen to make sure our teams can perform on the world stage?

Is it about funding? Fostering talent? Attitude? 

Who should be the next coach and where is our young talent coming from?

We want your views on kickstarting the future of New Zealand football. Tell us how you think the team can shake off these losses and get back to - and beyond - the form of the 2010 World Cup.

To have your say, hit the green button. 


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