The Crusaders manager has won five Super Rugby titles, building a simply legendary team.
When the most successful coach of the past five years signs a new contract, it’s always news: Scott Robertson, after five consecutive titles between Super Rugby (old) and Super Rugby Aotearoa, will stay with the Crusaders until 2024. Or better, maybe until 2024. In order. Despite this: Robertson has never kept a secret in shooting for the All Blacks seat, currently occupied by Ian Foster. Barring a complicated breakdown (let’s imagine) the New Zealanders in the upcoming rugby tournament, Foster will remain at the helm of the national team until the 2023 World Cup. After the next World Cup, if Robertson does not get the role as head coach of the All Blacks he will have the right to withdraw from the contract with the Crusaders , as confirmed by himself because of a clause included in the contract. “If I don’t get this job, there is an exit clause after 2023, but if I want to stay here I can. This agreement is the fruit of the loyalty that exists between me and the Crusaders, and it is also a reason why I took some time to sign.”
So the 46-year-old will remain at the helm of the Rossoneri, who will obviously aim to return to the winners throne after finishing third in the last Trans Tasman Super Rugby, on a path that could lead Razor to become the most successful coach in the world. Christchurch pick history.He lost four wins to beat Todd Blackadder and eighteen wins over Robbie Deans and becomes No. 1, but the most frightening is the overall performance: 71 wins, 4 draws and only 9 defeats, when the two former teammates mentioned some of them.30. Each This is even more true if it is measured by data on matches between New Zealand teams, which are undoubtedly the most dangerous competitors: 36 wins and 8 defeats.
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