Warren Gatland & Andy Murray
Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team. Andrew Andy Murray (born 15 May 1987) is a Scottish professional tennis player,/5
Why is so many on here slagging Sports Personality of the Year? Thought it was a great night and a very worthy winner in Andy Murray! But just realised not a good night for the English amongst the winners besides Andy, Leigh Halfpenny, A J McCoy, Alex Ferguson, Warren Gatland & The British Lions! Oh sorry was there a couple of Englishmen in the Lions after a few of the Welsh boys got injured? :-)
Sports Personality: Lions and Warren Gatland win BBC awards The British and Irish Lions were named team of the year and Warren Gatland won the top coach honour at the 2013 BBC Sports Personality awards. Gatland led the Lions to a first Test series win in Australia for 16 years. The 50-year-old Kiwi said: "This is a reflection of the people that were involved in two years of meticulous planning and preparation." British & Irish Lions win Team of the Year Welsh Lion Leigh Halfpenny was second behind Scotland's Andy Murray in the main Sports Personality award. With the series in Australia poised at 1-1, the Lions crushed the Wallabies in the final match as they racked up 41 points in Sydney to secure victory in style. Gatland thanked his support staff and added: "I keep reminding myself that great players make great coaches. Thank you very much." Victory came after Gatland controversially dropped Ireland centre Brian O'Driscoll for the deciding Test. The New Zealander admitted at the time that he wondered wh ...
The British & Irish Lions entered the BBC SPOTY awards in fine style tonight and rounded off 2013 with the 'Team of the Year' award, while Warren Gatland claimed the 'Coach of the Year' award and Leigh Halfpenny finished just behind Andy Murray in the race for the Sports Personality of the year award. A brilliant achievement. Thanks to all Lions fans for your support.
Congratulations Leigh Halfpenny on becoming runner up to Andy Murray for SPOTY. Thoroughly deserved, a monster out achievement. Huge Congratulations to Warren Gatland and his Lions for their achievements. Another great year.
Well done to Leigh Halfpenny,Warren Gatland,The British Lions,Sir Alex & Andy Murray - they have the X factor!!
Well done Andy Murray! Yeah friends from Scotland we know he's Scottish a Celt and all that. But he's also British and I for one am very proud that a Brit has finally won Wimbledon after 77 years. By the way the BRITISH Lions were also amazing with 10 Welshman etc etc - hats off to Warren Gatland too. What an amazing weekend for British sport.
*** is happening with Andy Murray? Has Warren Gatland persuaded him to change his best racket because another one is a bit bigger?
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