Anthony Foley Has Commented On His Future Following Embarrassing Champions Cup Loss
Munster’s humiliating loss on Saturday in Paris may be the result that forces Anthony Foley out of Munster.
Foley spoke to the media this morning and it appears he has finally admitted defeat.
“It’s about results,” he said. “I have said it before and I am clear on it, if I don’t feel I can get results there is no point in being here.
“I have been brought up through here. I have been here a long time, come through the schools and everything. It’s about winning. It’s not about people. It’s about getting results.
“It doesn’t matter, sport has no memory, no conscience. It doesn’t care. You have got to be able to do a job and make sure you get results.”
Is Foley’s time up at Munster?
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