Felipe Contepomi to return to Leinster as backs coach - reports

Felipe Contepomi to return to Leinster as backs coach - reports

It's being reported in Argentina that former Leinster out-half Felipe Contepomi will return to the province as a backs coach.

Contepomi has been working as a coach with the Argentina national team.

The move would see him replace the outgoing Girvan Dempsey.

The former Puma played 116 times for Leinster between 2003 and 2009.

- Digital desk

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