Written by Clement Masella
For the past few days we have only been talking about him. He is Sean Edwards. All over Europe, France XV’s defensive coach was praised after the Blues’ extraordinary defensive performance against Cardiff Wales on Friday, March 11 (9-13).
If the Blues are in the race to win today Grand Slam In this 2022 edition 2022 6 Nations Tournament, The English technician is no stranger to it. With unparalleled knowledge he succeeded wherever he went. And former Wales captain Sam WarburtonDuring his 11 years of service on the Leak XV staff, he was praised for patting Edward on the shoulder.
“There are those who walk through the brick walls just for him.”
In the last episode of Podcast Six Nations Greatest D BBC Radio 5 LiveWarburton, England Schruck-Half Danny Carey took the position Shawn Edwards named best coach in 6 Nations tournament history. It should be noted that the Englishman has competed in at least 4 editions (2008, 2012, 2013, 2019) including 3 Grand Slams (2008, 2012, 2019) with Wales.
“Shawn is smart enough to overtake you. Even that is unusual. He is someone you will never want to disappoint. You will do anything to earn his respect. There are those who walk through brick walls just for him, ”Warburton said admirably.
Bernard Laporte 2E Ranked
This difference clearly shows Shawn Edwards’ weight, his ability to make an impression, and all his merits ahead of the coaches in this ranking.
Then, we find out Bernard Laporte In the second phase of the podium. Warburton, the current TV consultant, was impressed by Bernard Laporte’s record of 30 wins in 40 games: Said the former captain.
He has won the 6-nation tournament 4 times (2002, 2004, 2006, 2007) and twice won the Grand Slam (2002, 2004).
6 Countries: Ranking of Best Trainers by Warburton and Care
1. Sean Edwards (Wales and France)
2. Bernard Laporte (France)
3. Warren Gottland (Gales)
4. Clive Woodward (Angler)
5. Joe Schmid (Ireland)
6. Eddie Jones (England)
Warren GaltlandAnd 3 of his 3 Grand Slams (2008, 2012, 2019)E Stage of the podium. “He’s really good at controlling the players, the atmosphere around the team and developing the boys’ leadership. He knows how to get the best out of every player in his group. I played my best rugby under him,” admits Sam Warburton.
Clive Woodward.E. “He was in charge of one of the best teams in English rugby history. He was an incredible coach, ”says Danny Care. Joe SchmidWon 3 tournaments with Ireland, and Eddie JonesClose this ranking that looks great.
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