A Certain Former Ireland Head Coach Is Wanted By An English Newspaper To Replace Lancaster
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England are currently reviewing all options following their shock World Cup exit.
The English media are seemingly united on one thing – Lancaster out, and many of the outlets have been busy touting alternate candidates to replace him.
The Telegraph in particular have published 13 possible candidates including the likes of Jake White and Bath coach Mike Ford.
But hidden amongst the Telegraph’s list of names is none other than former Ireland head coach Eddie O’Sullivan.
Back in 2007 then when Eddie was Irish head coach he signed a long term deal before the World Cup, which resulted in Ireland exiting the competition at the pool stage.
Lancaster signed a six-year deal back in 2014…
Your move England.