TONY McGAHAN is to be confirmed this week as the Wallabies’ new coaching co-ordinator, according to an Australian newspaper report.
The Sydney Morning Herald is reporting that McGahan has agreed to be part of a new-look Wallabies coaching panel.
McGahan has recently finished a coaching spell with Irish province Munster, and an official announcement confirming his Wallabies appointment is imminent.
The Australian Rugby Union will also appoint a scrum and lineout coach, and a skills coach, with former test prop Andrew Blades and former Edinburgh and Scotland A coach Nick Scrivener the front-runners to fill those respective vacancies.
The ARU is aiming to name the complete Wallabies coaching panel within the next fortnight.« Back to Articles
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Not all our own way for NZ teams
Pressure is on Benji, but shouldn't we remember SBW went to France (Toulon) for 2 years to learn the game.
With all of the news around concussion do you think there should be safety measures in place for players to ensure they don't play on after a head know? How and who should police that?
With the start of club rugby upon us, how can we maintain the value of the clubs in player pathways and community spirit.