INTERNATIONAL – New Zealand New Zealand coach Scott Robertson from 2024

INTERNATIONAL – New Zealand New Zealand coach Scott Robertson from 2024

Scott Robertson (48) will be New Zealand’s next coach after the World Cup and replace Ian Foster. The New Zealand Football Association announced the information via a press release on Tuesday.

The slight suspense is broken. Scott Robertson has been named New Zealand coach from 2024, the New Zealand Federation reported on Tuesday. The current coach of the Canterbury Crusaders (48) will succeed Ian Foster immediately after the World Cup (8 September – 28 October) on a contract until 2027. Announcement Without much surprise as the former Perpignan player (2003-2006) he was almost the only candidate to take the helm in the All Blacks and that the latter had publicly announced their intention to coach New Zealand.

“don’t be patient”

“It is an honor to be appointed as the new head coach of the All Blacks,” Robertson said. It’s a job that comes with great responsibility, but I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to contribute to the legacy of the black jersey. Representing your country, as a coach or as a player, is “the ultimate honor in sport and it’s humbling to have the opportunity.” I can’t wait.”

The New Zealand FA thus shut down the rumors and are delighted to have Scott Robertson approved. “I would like to congratulate Scott on his appointment. His coaching record speaks for itself in terms of success, but what stood out strongly throughout the interview process was his innovative approach to the game, his passion for the players and his desire to add to the All Blacks legacy. We strongly believe he is the right person to lead the team to a year 2024 and beyond.” says Mark Robertson, NZRU CEO Mark Robinson.

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