This file photo taken on November 11, 2017 shows New Zealand coach Anthony Hudson walking from the field at half-time during the World Cup football qualifying match between New Zealand and Peru at Westpac Stadium in Wellington. AFP / Marty MELVILLE
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New Zealand coach Anthony Hudson announced his resignation Thursday in the wake of the All Whites' failure to reach next year's World Cup.Hudson said in a statement released by New Zealand Football that he had decided not to continue with the national team after three years at the helm.Hudson successfully revamped the dour defensive style that New Zealand employed under previous coach Ricki Herbert.The All Whites never lost to Oceania opposition under Hudson but could muster only one win in 16 attempts against non-Oceania teams.
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