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Sat 14 Dec 2019 | 12:09

Scarlets confirmed All Blacks want Mooar

Scarlets confirmed All Blacks want Mooar
Sat 14 Dec 2019 | 12:09
Scarlets confirmed All Blacks want Mooar
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NEWS: The Scarlets have issued a statement confirming that the All Blacks have made an approach over their head coach Brad Mooar.

In a move that will worry fans, the PRO14 side also admitted that discussions are at ‘an early stage’ with the NZR.

New All Blacks head coach Ian Foster is eager to bring Mooar back to New Zealand.

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The statement reads: “We have been made aware that newly-appointed All Blacks head coach Ian Foster would like Scarlets head coach Brad Mooar to join his New Zealand coaching team at the end of the 2019/20 season.

“Discussions between the Scarlets and New Zealand Rugby are at an early stage and we are unable to comment further until those discussions are concluded.

“In the meantime, Brad, the coaching team and playing group, are firmly focused on this evening’s crucial European Challenge Cup match against Bayonne, followed by the big Welsh derby matches over the festive season.”

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Mooar has made a highly successful start to his reign at Scarlets.

Mooar progressed through the Canterbury age grades as a flyhalf, reaching Canterbury B level. He played for Mid-Canterbury from 1997-1999 and then played overseas before returning to Christchurch to take up coaching.

His first coaching role was with the Christchurch Colts and then the club’s premier team from 2007 to 2011. In 2011 he became the assistant coach of the Canterbury Colts.

In 2012 he moved to South Africa to coach the EP Kings then become assistant coach of the Southern Kings Super Rugby side under Matt Sexton’s leadership. He returned to New Zealand to take up the head coach and Director of Rugby role at Southland.

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