Football.  Transfers: A well-known coach in the Top 14, the future coach of Australia?

Football. Transfers: A well-known coach in the Top 14, the future coach of Australia?

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Eddie Jones has been gone since the end of October 2023.Australia Looking for New coach to Wallabies. For now, the FFA is taking the time to make the right decision, so as not to make a mistake after the failures of Dave Rennie and Eddie Jones.

Moreover, Australia is experiencing a serious outcomes crisis. They failed to make it out of the 2023 World Cup groups, a first in the Wallabies’ World Cup history.

Joe Schmidt coach of Australia?

According to the Australian and New Zealand press, a major candidate will emerge: Joe Schmidt.

The 58-year-old New Zealander is well known in France since he was coach of 3/4 Clermont between 2007 and 2010. Along with Vern Cotter, he contributed significantly to the first Prinos Shield in ASM history in 2010.

Leinster coach (won two European Champions Cups and one Challenge Cup), Joe Schmidt was then Ireland coach. He won the Six Nations Championship in 2014 and 2015, then claimed the Grand Slam in 2018. A performance that earned him the nomination World Rugby Coach of the Year.

Stephen Larkham’s Choice

A technician recognized by his peers, Joe Schmidt joined the All Blacks staff in July 2022 to turn around a nation lacking inspiration in the game, beaten twice by Ireland at home during a summer tour.

Joe Schmidt has his eye on coach Ian Foster, and it is no small feat that the All Blacks can finally reach the final of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, after losing by a narrow point to South Africa.

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If Joe Schmidt is the favorite, the names of other candidates will be traded. One option leads in particular to the Wallabies’ former opener, Stephen Larkham (102 choices). Larkham, the current Brumbies regional coach, had already joined the Australian squad in the past, but was sacked in February 2019 due to disagreements with Michael Cheika.

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