Wales Coach Sent Home From Japan Following Corruption & Betting Scandal
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Wales coach Rob Howley has left their World Cup camp in Japan after being sent home for an alleged breach of World Rugby’s regulation six which covers anti-corruption and betting.
In an incredible turn of events, Howley left Wales’ camp on Monday evening at World Rugby’s request, just days before the World Cup opener with Georgian leaving Wales in complete disarray.
But the union have acted quickly with incoming backs coach Stephen Jones set to replace Howley in Japan according to WalesOnline.
As soon as we have more on this incredible story we’ll update you.