Garrett Fitzgerald Interview Part 2: Munster highs, lows and controversies. And the loss of Axel

Garrett Fitzgerald Interview Part 2: Munster highs, lows and controversies. And the loss of Axel

The second part of an exclusive interview with retired Munster CEO Garrett Fitzgerald on two decades in the province's hotseat.

Including:

- The famous win over Australia when he was head coach

- The big regrets and the ones he missed out on

- The supposed divide between the province and its clubs

- The Limerick v Cork debate

- Changing the crest

- The Grobler signing

- Munster values

- The rise of Leinster

- And Anthony Foley's passing, the one thing you could never plan for.

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