Bernard Jackman In Talks For Surprising Coaching Role
Bernard Jackman is currently out of a job after departing Grenoble earlier this year.
The former Connacht and Ireland hooker was said to have lost the dressing room at the struggling French club as they were not too fond of his strict rules and demanding training sessions.
Fellow Irishman and former Munster scrumhalf Mike Prendergast took the role until the end of the season, with Jackman reverting back to some punditry work.
He’s been linked with a number of coaching roles since his departure including the Connacht job, but this latest one is a surprising. According to Midi Olympique, Jackman is in talks about a potential coaching role with South African Super Rugby franchise, the Blue Bulls…
Meanwhile former Grenoble coach Bernard Jackman is in talks with the Bulls about a possible coaching role
— gavin mortimer (@gavinmortimer7) May 19, 2017
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