Racing 92 wants to continue its lead. While Laurent Travers has been at the helm of Ile-de-France since 2013, including the top six along with Laurent Labit, the only title added to Ciel-et-Blanc’s roster is the French Champion, who won against Toulon in 2016. Even the club based in the Paris-La Défense Arena is still on its way to the Champions Cup and sits fourth in the top 14, three points behind leader Montpellier two days from the end, Jackie Lorenzetti already has a leadership oriented towards the future. If he did indeed introduce Laurent Travers as his successor to head Racing 92, the business recently mentioned a technical overhaul. We do not deny ourselves anything in timing or nationality. Nor about the fact that Laurent Travers could retain control until 2024, Jacky Lorenzetti captivated the daily L’Equipe. There are clubs that the president thinks he is the coach, not here. »
Eddie Jones is on Racing 92’s radar as they look to bring in an experienced coach after next year’s World Cup
– Rugby Paper (@TheRugbyPaper) May 8, 2022
Jones, a potentially big chance to race 92
However, according to information from British specialist magazine The Rugby Paper, the Racing 92 leaders will be on the other side of the channel. At the end of his contract with the English Rugby Union (RFU), Eddie Jones should not extend his lease at the head of XV de la Rose. The Russian Federation has even confirmed that the New Zealander’s successor will be named before the next World Cup. The former coach of Japan will be at the top of the list drawn up by Racing 92 to strengthen its technical staff, with the arrival of Eddie Jones which will not happen before the conclusion of the 2023 World Cup. The idea will be to rely on an experienced coach who aspires to take Ile de France to a new level, after weaned from the title for six years. With three Six Nations Championship wins and a World Cup final in the lead, Eddie Jones fits into the chests created by the Racing 92 leaders.
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