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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