Former All Blacks eighth seed Scott Robertson will continue his successful adventure at the helm of the three-time New Zealand Canterbury Crusaders. Scott Robertson has extended his contract with Canterbury Crusaders, a New Zealand franchise based in Christchurch, until 2024. A lease for an additional three seasons for one who used to celebrate titles won by an acrobatic dance move, in Coronation Park, amidst his men. Two years after peeking into the All Blacks coach position Finally entrusted it to Ian Foster, it seems that “Razor” rises again with enthusiasm: “The best is yet to come. I love this team and am proud of what we have been able to do, on and off the field, over the past five seasons, for the people of this region.”, the coach said on the sidelines of the extension of his work.
The 46-year-old Robertson played 23 games for New Zealand between 1998 and 2002. He also won four Super Rugby titles with the Crusaders, as a player (1998, 1999, 2000, 2002), and then three times as a coach (2017, 2018, 2019) with 71 wins. Only 4 draws and 9 times losses. The former No. 8 also wore the Perpignan colors between 2003 and 2006 for a total of 54 matches played in France.