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Breaking: Jerry Flannery And Felix Jones Will Leave Munster

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Munster Rugby have announced that Jerry Flannery and Felix Jones will depart the province at the end of the season.  The contracts of both coaches were up for renewal at the end of the season and head coach Johann van Graan reiterated his desire in recent weeks to keep the duo on the coaching ticket. Both coaches have declined their …

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Jerry Flannery: South Africa Trip Won’t Have Weakened Ulster

Munster defensive coach, Jerry Flannery has insisted that this weekend’s opponents, Ulster will not be weakened as a result of their recent trip to South Africa.  Ulster returned unbeaten from their trip to the Southern Hemisphere which saw them earn a hard-fought 39-all draw with Toyota Cheetahs following their 28-7 win over Southern Kings five days earlier. Last season, Munster faced …

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Watch: CJ Stander Goes Full Beast Mode On Jerry Flannery Before Racing 92 Clash

European Rugby Champions Cup Round 2, Thomond Park, Limerick 22/10/2016 Munster vs Glasgow Warriors Munster Scrum Coach Jerry Flannery with CJ Stander after the game

Munster secured their home quarter final berth in the Champions Cup on Saturday with a hard fought 22-10 victory over Racing 92 at Thomond Park, with CJ Stander delivering yet another Man of the Match performance. Having already been assured of their last eight place in Europe’s premier club rugby tournament, the victory over Racing ensured that ‘fortress’ Thomond would …

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Munster Confirm Coaching Line Up For Next Season

Munster have confirmed the make up of Rassie Erasmus’ coaching team. After appointing Rassie Erasmus as Director of Rugby for next season, Munster have today announced the coaching ticket that will serve under the South African. Although Jacques Nienaber’s appointment had already been publicised, Munster have today confirmed the South African would take on the role as defence coach after signing a three …

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5 Irish Rugby Stars Forced Into Early Retirement By Injury

Ireland rugby has had to endure what can only be described as the mother and father of all injury lists for nearly 12 months now. Last year’s Rugby World Cup saw Joe Schmidt having to work around a list that, by the time Ireland’s quarter final match against Argentina arrived, saw the likes of Sean O’Brien, Peter O’Mahony, Tommy Bowe, …

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Ronan O’Gara Questions Munster’s Desire

Scarlets v Racing Metro 92 - Heineken Cup

Ronan O’Gara did not hold back in his criticism of Munster. For Ronan O’Gara, it must have been difficult to watch Munster capitulate against Connacht last weekend. Not only were Munster embarrassed on the field of play, but uncomfortable questions were being asked of Anthony Foley and Jerry Flannery in the aftermath of the defeat. However, not only did O’Gara refer …

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Munster Coaches Are Up For Review

At the start of the Six Nations, Munster will review the position of all their coaching staff the Irish Independent reported today. For Munster fans this might come as a relief after a very dismal period. However, Munster’s bosses have indicated it is because contracts are running out. Ian Costello, Brian Walsh, Mick O’Driscoll and Jerry Flannery all have contracts …

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Video: Romania Player Breaks Down Crying After Beating Canada

Romania reversed a 15-0 deficit to beat Canada 17-15 last night, in what was the biggest ever Rugby World Cup comeback. For a side who headed into the tournament without any realistic ambitions of making the quarter-finals, this was a major boost. They now face Italy in their final game, knowing that a win will guarantee them automatic qualification for …

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Top 10 Heineken Cup Winning Teams: No.7 Munster (2006)

At number 7 on our list of greatest Heineken Cup winners we have the people’s champions, Declan Kidney’s Munster side of 2006. In years to come, when the European Rugby Champions Cup is dominating news headlines, the Heineken Cup may come to be seen as a stepping stone to a bigger and better tournament. What will never, ever be forgotten …

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