Munster Set To Appoint New Coach
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Munster are set to appoint a new member to their coaching staff.
A lot of fans voiced their distain with the news of Anthony Foley’s potential contract extension. Many have argued however, that the inexperienced nature of the backroom staff is to blame for Munster’s recent demise.
The possibility of a Director of Rugby appointment has been recommended and it appears that the Munster Branch have decided on just that. Former Connacht and Edinburgh is Michael Bradley is apparently the man for the job,
Bradley is Georgia’s current defence coach, it might be worth speculating that he will replace Ian Costello in such a role, but a Director of Rugby role seems more likely.
What do Munster fans think of this?