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    Queensland Reds are lining up Jim Williams as new forwards coach

    Bret Harris | July 16, 2009

    Article from: The Australian

    WALLABIES forward coach Jim Williams is in strong contention to join the Queensland Reds' coaching staff for next year's Super 14 series.

    Reds head coach Phil Mooney has been looking for a new forwards coach since the QRU recently decided to let Mark Bell go following a review of the season.

    While there is a good chance Williams will assist the Reds, it is not yet a done deal.
    It is understood the ARU must decide whether to allow Williams to be involved with the Wallabies and a provincial team at the same time.

    The recruitment of Williams would be a positive for the Reds who are trying to lift themselves off the lower end of the Super rugby ladder.


    http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au...015651,00.html

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    Fine - can we have Deans to lend a hand? Always nice to form some closer links with the national coaching staff....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyS View Post
    Fine - can we have Deans to lend a hand?
    The match committee has already lined him up for "Real Madrid". The committee has a high regard for Kiwi coaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shasta View Post
    The match committee has already lined him up for "Real Madrid". The committee has a high regard for Kiwi coaches.
    some I hear.............. The Wallabies coaching staff are always well looked after in Brumbyland...


    Any news on who will be the FW assistant coach and supporting staff next year? ....

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    FW??

    You need to join DNA, The National Dyslexics Association.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travelling_gerry View Post
    FW??

    You need to join DNA, The National Dyslexics Association.
    OI! I remark that zemble.

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