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(From New Zealand Press Association)
There were as many peaks as valleys in Wales for Graham Henry and Steve Hansen writes DANIEL GILHOOLY of NZPA
Cardiff, Nov 17 NZPA - Back in the goldfish bowl of Welsh rugby for a week has reopened a box of memories for All Blacks coach Graham Henry and assistant Steve Hansen.
Both easily recall the struggles and the good times in their stints as Welsh national coach. Their reigns could never be described as dull in a country desperate to rekindle fading rugby glories.
Both have found themselves referring to Wales as ``we'' without missing a beat this week and closer links between the two proud rugby nations has been discussed.
An affection for the culture and people who made them feel so welcome -- most of the time -- remains.
Prior to Hansen's departure in April this year, Welsh rugby fans up and down the country had spent 5-1/2 years debating whether they benefited from having a …