Irish Lions & Rob Howley
Robert Howley (born 13 October 1970 in Bridgend) is a former Welsh rugby union footballer. He was considered one of the greatest ever scrum-halves and gained 59 caps for Wales, 22 of them as captain./5
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Steve Borthwick, Andy Farrell & Rob Howley have been named as assistants to British & Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland for the NZ tour
Rob Howley should concentrate on Wales rather than accept a coaching role with the British and Irish Lions says Jonathan Davies
Lancaster 3/1 to lead Lions next. Stuart Lancaster is the early favourite at 3/1 with Ladbrokes to be in charge of the Lions for their next tour, in New Zealand, in 2017. The British and Irish Lions sealed a memorable series victory over Australia with a 41-16 triumph against the Wallabies in Sydney and in four years time they will bid for another success against southern hemisphere opposition, in the shape of the All Blacks. The England coach is 3/1 to lead the tourists in that one while Warren Gatland is a 6/1 chance at Ladbrokes to still hold the post and Rob Howley is 4/1. However, a win for the Lions in 2017 is considered unlikely, Ladbrokes pricing the hosts as 2/7 favourites and making the Lions 5/2 outsiders. Elsewhere, Ladbrokes post 1/5 against the Lions being named ‘team of the year’ at the Sports Personality of the Year Awards and they also go 6/1 about Alun Wyn-Jones captaining the side in New Zealand. Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes told Betrescue: “When it mattered most the Lions delivere ...
Rob Howley believes George North can have a huge impact for the British & Irish Lions
Follow British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton is a doubt for Saturday's tour opener against the Barbarians. Assistant coach Rob Howley said the Wales flanker picked up a knoc...
Wales Team to Face Ireland Announced Wales interim head coach Rob Howley has named an experienced side to begin the defence of their RBS 6 Nations title, with 13 members of the 2012 Grand Slam winning squad starting the opening fixture against Ireland on Saturday. A sold out Millennium Stadium will witness the first match of the 2013 tournament and the starting fifteen features one uncapped player, Dragons second-row Andrew Coombs. Coombs will partner Ospreys’ Ian Evans in the second-row who returns from injury to start the fixture. The front-row sees the return of Adam Jones from injury and he links up with Matthew Rees and Gethin Jenkins to reunite the 2009 British & Irish Lions front row. In the backline Dan Biggar is the only change to the side that kicked off last season’s Six Nations with victory over Ireland in Dublin. The Ospreys fly-half will win his 12th cap at the Millennium Stadium. “As a squad we have worked hard over the past two weeks and go into Saturday excited and confident at defe ...
Rob Howley says Wales' coaching set-up was compromised when he and Warren Gatland shared the job in the autumn. Wales' interim coach is at the helm for the Six Nations, while Gatland is on British and Irish Lions duty ahead of the summer of 2013 tour to Australia. Howley coached Wales for the two opening defeats by Argentina and Samoa, while Gatland was in charge as they lost to New Zealand and Australia.
Andy Farrell, Graham Rowntree and Rob Howley named assistant coaches for the British and Irish Lions tour to Australia next year.
Graham Rowntree, Andy Farrell and Rob Howley will assist British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland on the tour of Australia.
British & Irish Lions assistant coaches announced, Andy Farrell, Rob Howley and Graham Rowntree. A good combo in my opinion!
British & Irish Lions announce Rob Howley, Graham Rowntree & Andy Farrell to work alongside Warren Gatland as core of the coaching team
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