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Welsh side the Dragons have parted company with head coach Bernard Jackman according to a report by BBC Sport this morning.
The former Grenoble boss took over from Kingsley Jones after the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) took over the PRO14 side back in 20017, with the Dragons winning just two PRO14 games in his first season in charge.
The Welsh side spent big over the summer – recruiting the likes of Ross Moriarty and Richard Hibbard, but results have only slightly improved, winning three games from 10 so far in the PRO14 this season.
They also failed to qualify from the pool in the Challenge Cup last season, and look likely to fail once again this season having only won one from three.