Warren Gatland & New Zealand

Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current Head Coach of the Wales national team. New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. 5.0/5

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Wales Head Coach Warren Gatland wary of New Zealand ahead of Eden Park Test
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All Blacks have no weakness - Gatland: Wales coach Warren Gatland says New Zealand are not weaker despite the...
Wales coach Warren Gatland names a 35-man squad, led by Sam Warburton, to face England and New Zealand this summer.
Warren Gatland unveils Wales squad for England and New Zealand clashes
How Wales are shaping up for New Zealand tour as Warren Gatland mulls over squad.
Youngsters will be torn to shreds in New Zealand, says Wales legend
Warren Gatland must not take kids to New Zealand because they'll be torn to shreds, says Wales legend: Gatland must…
Warren Gatland can't take kids to New Zealand, they'll be torn to shreds warns Wales legend.
Wales to sweat the fitness of Sam Warburton ahead of New Zealand tour
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Forgotten man Richard Hibbard's message to Warren Gatland ahead of Wales' tour to New Zealand.
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Wales' defeat by New Zealand had little to do with luck and leaves Warren Gatland facing questions, writes Tom Fordyce.
Kiwi duo clash as O'Driscoll takes centre stage 07 February 2014, 06:51 Ireland coach Joe Schmidt admits it is impossible for him to spring any surprises on Wales counterpart Warren Gatland ahead of Saturday's Six Nations showdown at Dublin's Lansdowne Road. The two New Zealand-born coaches have opposed one another over the course of their rugby careers, while Gatland also has vast experience of the Irish game from his time in charge of the country and his spell as boss of the British and Irish Lions. While there may be a lukewarm welcome for Gatland from the Irish fans, following his controversial decision to drop national hero Brian O'Driscoll from the Lions' third and final test in Australia last year, Schmidt insists he has no special plans for the Welsh visitors. "I've no doubt Warren knows a fair bit about what I do and I know a fair bit about what he does as well," said Schmidt, ahead of a second-round clash that could prove decisive in the destination of the Six Nations title. "Obviously, he's coa ...
Warren Gatland wants to lead next British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand..
Warren Gatland obliged to another British and Irish Lions tour come 2017... or as he will like to call it, the Welsh tour of New Zealand.
Boks continue dominance over Wales By SAPA Cardiff – South Africa maintained their winning dominance over Wales on Saturday with a brutal 24-15 victory based on a suffocating blanket defence and an unerring knack of doing the basics well. The Springboks scored three tries through captain Jean de Villiers, Bismarck du Plessis and Fourie du Preez, fly-half Morne Steyn bagging two conversions and a penalty, Pat Lambie also hitting a conversion. Wales had just five Leigh Halfpenny penalties to their credit, meaning that under coach Warren Gatland, they have now lost 21 of their 22 Test matches against Southern Hemisphere giants New Zealand, South Africa and Australia, the exception a 21-18 win over Australia in 2008. Their sole victory over South Africa, in 27 internationals stretching back 107 years, came back in 1999. The match at the Millennium Stadium was one of attrition, notably in the first-half when a series of high-impact collisions saw Wales forced into three replacements and South Africa one. But ...
Key Clash Preview and Prediction: Wales v South Africa November 8, 2013 On Saturday evening the Millennium Stadium will play host to two of international rugby’s most muscular outfits. This is the first time the sides have met since the 2011 World Cup and Wales will be fully aware of their terrible record against the Springboks, having only beaten them once in the last 107 years. South Africa have only been beaten twice in 2013, both times by an impeccable New Zealand side, and after finishing second in the Rugby Championship, the visitors will be looking to leave Europe with nothing less than a clean sweep. Wales are coming off the back of a disappointing tour of Japan, but the touring party was more of a development squad and now Wales have all of their British and Irish Lions back as they attempt to maul some powerful Springboks. Wales Injuries have forced Warren Gatland to pick a fresh-faced backline. Liam Williams replaces Eli Walker, who suffered a hamstring injury in training on Thursday. Talisma ...
'No reason we can't beat Boks' 2013-11-04 Cape Town - Wales scrumhalf Mike Phillips says there's "no reason" why they can't go out and beat the Springboks in Cardiff on Saturday. The "Red Dragons" have improved markedly in recent years, winning two Grand Slams and three Six Nations titles since Warren Gatland took over as coach in 2008. However, their record against the three Southern Hemisphere powers - South Africa, New Zealand and Australia - remains dismal. They have suffered 22 defeats in 23 matches against the "Big Three" under Gatland with the sole victory coming against the Wallabies in 2008. Their overall record in Tests against South Africa is also poor, with the Boks holding a 24-1 winning record, with one match ending in a draw. However, Phillips is adamant that things will be different this time round, especially since they've come close to notching victories against the Boks in their last four outings. South Africa won 17-16 at the World Cup in New Zealand two years ago and in three Tests in ...
Five talking points as Joe Schmidt announces his first Ireland squad October 24, 2013 1. Potential debutants Joe Schmidt has included 3 uncapped players in his squad for the forthcoming Guinness series tests against Samoa, Australia and New Zealand. Hoping to make their first test appearances are Leinster’s David Kearney and Jack McGrath, who deserves a place ahead of David Kilcoyne, while Munster back row James Coughlan has every chance of a first cap just ahead of his 33rd birthday in December. Kearney in particular has been in sparkling form for Leinster over the last 12 months and looks set to join his brother Rob in the Irish backline at some stage in the autumn. Kearney, 24, whose inclusion edges out Andrew Trimble, already has a Heineken Cup winner’s medal to his name so comes well prepped for international rugby. 2. The Leinster connection When Joe Schmidt swapped his Leinster Blue tracksuit for the green of Ireland his familiarity with the IRFU undoubtedly worked in his favour. It was a natur ...
Today's Rugby News: England have released 10 players back to their Premiership clubs ahead of the first autumn international against Australia on 2 November. Wales' four rugby regions have backed the Anglo-French plan for a revamped European competition from next season. Five players at Premiership clubs tested positive for recreational drugs last season. Wales coach Warren Gatland says winning the 2014 Six Nations title is more important than being successful in next month's autumn internationals. Santiago Phelan has resigned as Argentina Head Coach after five and a half years in charge. Ulster prop John Afoa says he will use the international break to begin discussions on his future at Ravenhill. Connacht winger Matt Healy has penned a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the Irish province until the summer of 2016. Ulster back-row forward, Chris Henry, has marked his 29th birthday by signing a new three-year deal with the province to stay at Ravenhill until at least June 2017. New Zealand ...
Gatland: Lions can roar again Warren Gatland: Turns attention backto coaching Wales Warren Gatland believes the British and Irish Lions will have what it takesto end a 42-year wait for a Test seriesvictory over New Zealand. This year's Lions squad are still celebrating a 2-1 success over Australia - their first Test series win since 1997 - achieved with a number of exciting young players playing crucial roles. Leigh Halfpenny, George North, Alex Corbisiero, Sam Warburton, Dan Lydiate and Toby Faletau all shone and Gatland expects them to be the world-class talent at the heart of the 2017 touring squad. Asked if he thought the Lions could win in New Zealand, current Lions boss Gatland said: "Yes, I think if we get things right in terms of the preparation and stuff. "If you look at how young this squad is, a lot of them could be around in four years' time. "If they are playing well enough and you have got four more years' experience on some young heads, some young shoulders and they are in their late 20s, t ...
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 ...
Warren Gatland would consider carrying on as British and Irish Lions coach for the series in New Zealand in 2017. The Kiwi guided the Lions to a first series win in 16 years as his side beat Australia in a three-Test contest.
Extract from Wikipedia about Warren Gatland. Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer, he's a complete *** and the current Head Coach of the Wales national team.[1] He is also the Head Coach for the 2013 British and Irish Lions tour of Australia.[2]
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.
Wales boss Warren Gatland was left unimpressed after an incident involving New Zealand's Andrew Hore went unpunished on Saturday in Cardiff.
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