The former Castres coach will work with the new Wallabies coach through the Rugby Championship and World Cup.
Pierre-Henri Broncan who finalizes the financial deal with Castres finds work. Although he has not signed an official contract yet, The French technician will join the crew of Eddie Jonesthe new coach of Australia, for a mission that ends after the World Cup and that will start with the Rugby Championship during which Australia will host Argentina and New Zealand, and will head to the All Blacks, and in South Africa.
He will coach Australia’s strikers
An exceptional adventure for the French, who will thus live his second experience abroad. Pierre-Henri Broncan actually spent two years in England, at the Bath club, between July 2018 and July 2020. It was during this time that he met Eddie Jones, and the two men became very close.
With the Australian selection, the Gersois team that Eddie Jones came to see about ten days ago, as we revealed to you, will be interested in attackers, in particular the opening phases: touchline and darts.
Broncan who was also on the shelves of the Fijian group also courted Perpignan. The first appointment is set, the second next week. As a reminder, Castres’ Pierre-Henri Broncan was dismissed on February 20, to be replaced by Jeremy Davidson. It has been linked to the Tarn Club until June 2024.
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