RUGBY. Will Ronan Ogara succeed Eddie Jones as England’s future coach?

RUGBY. Ronan O'Gara futur sélectionneur de l'Angleterre pour succéder à Eddie Jones ?

Frightening news in Ireland, especially around Limerick and Cork in Munster Province. Ireland legend Ronan Ogara (128 caps) talks about his future on the British television channel BT Sport. Of course under the contract at La Rochelle until the end of the 2023/24 season, he still impresses in the England environment.

Failed Gifflonet and sweet words, Urios and Ogara do not celebrate holidays together

It will be a great opportunity to lead England. What a team! There are always a lot of possibilities in this selection, especially the big players, a lot of talent. So the passion around rugby in this country is special.

The former Munster opener has hinted that he will be the coach of his former province, becoming the coach of Ireland after his adventure in the top 14, astonishing his world. But wouldn’t that be just a ploy to put pressure on the Irish Rugby Federation?

The announcement will add a new candidate to the ranks of Eddie Jones, who will leave XV de la Rose after the 2023 World Cup in France. Steve Borthwick, Rob Baxter, at the forefront for this post, is now competing with Ronan Ogara (isn’t he?). It remains to be seen how these words will be received by the supporters of Ireland and Munster.

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