Munster close to finding Erasmus successor: Nucifora

Munster could be close to finding a successor to outgoing director of Rugby, Rassie Erasmus. 

The IRFU’s Performance Director David Nucifora said they are talking closely with a candidate. 

Nucifora claims that they could make an announcement in the coming weeks, adding the candidate in question is a good fit for Munster. 

Meanwhile, new on loan Munster lock, Mark Flanagan, joined the squad for training yesterday. 


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