Munster Set To Announce Shock Coaching Appointment
Munster could look to Ireland’s newest coaching acquisition to sort out their poor defence.
Andy Farrell is reportedly set to take up a role as Munster Defence Coach until the end of this season.
The former England international, who will look after Ireland’s defence from June 2016, is said to be installed at Munster in a temporary role.
It comes less than 24 hours after Munster and Ireland legend David Wallace called on the IRFU to look into installing Farrell in the role.
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