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    Chiefs coach Warren Gatland's got one message for returning winger Sam McNicol - don't over think it

    Chiefs coach Warren Gatland's got one message for returning winger Sam McNicol - don't over think it


    McNicol makes his first appearance for the side tonight in almost three years, following recovery from a severe concussion.

    He says Gatland's expectation of him is simple.



    The Chiefs host the Brumbies tonight from 7:05pm.

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