A New Leading Contender Has Emerged For Munster’s Director Of Rugby Role
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Munster’s hunt for a Director of Rugby has officially begun.
The southern province announced details of the appointment a few weeks ago with a number of names linked with the role. Conor O’Shea has officially been ruled out following Harlequins announcement that he indeed will be taking up the Italy role.
Michael Bradley and Declan Kidney have both been linked along with Crusader’s boss, Todd Blackadder. It has now emerged however, that current Melbourne Rebels and former Munster head coach, Tony McGahan is top of Munster’s wish list and has already been contacted about the position.
Would Munster fans welcome back McGahan?