Ireland Coach Targeted By Japanese Club Ahead Of Rugby World Cup
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Highly-rated Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek is apparently attracting interest from cash-rich Japan, according to Ruaidhri O’Connor in The Irish Independent.
The former All Black has been a revelation in Irish Rugby since joining Leinster initially in 2010. Ireland’s set-piece has played a huge role in their success over the last few years, with Feek at the centre of it.
Feek may be able to retain his role with Ireland and take up a position in Japan, despite the national side’s set to clash at next year’s Rugby World Cup.
The 42-year-old has won two European cups and three Six Nations titles since arriving in Ireland, and is could help mastermind a Grand Slam this weekend should Ireland manage to get past England at Twickenham.