| Rugby News | Sunday July 29 2012 6:30
Sir Graham Henry's made public a stunning suspicion he's kept close to his chest for the past five years.
The former All Blacks coach thought match fixing may have been at play at the 2007 Rugby World Cup - and the All Blacks were the victims.
The All Blacks weren't awarded a single penalty in the last 60 minutes of their quarter final loss to France, and a questionable pass led to a French try late in the piece.
In an interview with Tony Veitch on Radio Sport, Sir Graham Henry says he took his suspicions to the NZRU shortly after the tournament.
"They told me to pull my head in and relax and get on with it, and quite frankly that advice was the correct advice, because if I'd actually kept going down that path I would never have coached the All Blacks again."
The allegation's come in a book the former All Blacks coach has written, which is due for release tomorrow.
Hear the full interview between Graham Henry and Tony Veitch on Radio Sport tomorrow morning.