The former captain of the All Whites, Steve Sumner, has died after a battle with cancer.
Sumner played 105 times over 12 years, scoring 22 goals as an attacking midfielder.
In one game, while leading New Zealand to the 1982 World Cup, he scored a national record six goals against Fiji.
Former All Whites manager Kevin Fallon coached Sumner in the late 80's. He says he was a real warrior.