DONAL LENIHAN: Johann van Graan offered Munster job but what of Andy Farrell?

If Munster were happy to appoint someone who hasn’t previously enjoyed the role of head coach but proved himself in international management, the solution lay under their nose, writes Donal Lenihan.

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