With five defeats in their last six matches, the All Blacks are in turmoil. The New Zealand press is calling for the head of coach Ian Foster, and the supporters are part of their dissatisfaction. An atmosphere of crisis from which Richie Mo’unga, the substitute opener, claims to protect himself. “The fans care about our team and care about our results. But it is also necessary, on our side, not to worry about what they think because we have a role to play. And listening to this is not going to help us. I’m at a point where outside noise doesn’t matter to me“confirmed the player at a press conference. Before speaking to journalists. “Your criticisms do not affect me. I’m at a stage now where if you’re not on our team, I don’t care what you think, with all due respect.Last Saturday, during the defeat in South Africa (26-10), the widest since 1928, Mo’unga replaced Jordie Barrett in the 52e minute.