Australia’s new coach, Eddie Jones, hopes to convince Castres’ former coach to join him in preparation for the World Cup.
In recent days, Eddie Jones, Australia’s new manager, was in France. For example, we saw him on Montpellier’s side doing his team internship before the start of the World Cup. He posed in front of the La Rochelle training center where he met up with colossus Will Skelton. Between these two trips, the technician also stopped near Toulouse, but not for sightseeing. He had a business meeting. To discuss more specifically with Pierre-HenryBroncan, The former coach of Castres is halfway through his activities on February 20.
Eddie Jones actually wants Gerzois to join his technical staff, which is still incomplete. Both people know each other well and like each other. Between July 2020 and July 2022, they met when Bronken worked at Bath Club. Broncon wants to take over Jones’ predecessor’s job.
Brongan also met Fiji
He had already sent him a proposal for a short-term assignment from May to the end of the World Cup (September 8-October 28), which would allow Bronken to find the Rugby Championship, bringing the tournament together. Four major countries of the Southern Hemisphere (New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Argentina) and it will be held in July, In a shorter form than usual.
The former Castries seems to have been attracted by the idea of playing in this World Cup. Australia isn’t the only one bringing him to court as Fiji want to recruit him, who speaks fluent English. Apart from Australia and Fiji, Franken is spoiled for choice as he is one of the technical experts. Accessed via Perpignan. Catalan leaders also met with former Fiji coach Vern Cotter and Julien Lauer on Thursday.
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