Former Clermont manager returns to New Zealand (official)

Former Clermont manager returns to New Zealand (official)

Having played for Clermont or even Stade Rochlet in the top 14, a New Zealand coach was appointed on Monday evening to lead the Baby Blacks (under-20 national team).

It’s a surprising recovery. Following his dismissal as manager of ASM Clermont (Top 14), Jono Gibbs (46) will return to duty. The former second row on Monday evening became the new coach of the Baby Blacks, New Zealand’s under-20 national team. He will be accompanied on this new mission by Brad Cooper, Jarrad Huiata, and Greg Donlea.

After cracking the top 14, Jono Gibbs will lead the Baby Blacks

“For me, it is an honor to be able to lead our next generation,” Gibbs said. We are fortunate to be able to work with a group of talented people and give them the tools to showcase their talents. rejoice Former sporting director of Stade Rochelais (Top 14), clearly excited by the idea of ​​coaching the next generation of All Blacks. His main mission will be to win the 2024 World Cup and put an end to the dominance of the French team, which has won the last three editions.





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