Fiji boss McKee has accumulated an experienced coaching team he believes that can deliver in whole rugby program to take the Flying Fijians to new levels at the RWC 2019 in Japan. Fans who want to watch the live action of Rugby can book Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online.
The coaching ticket that will take Fiji through the Pacific Test series, Pacific Nations Cup and the Rugby World Cup 2019 John Pryor, a member of the Eddie Jones Japan management team at the 2015 World Cup.
Now in charge of England, Jones helping Japan defeats South Africa to register the worst ever end up 4 years.
Former bath Head Coach Tabai Matson, who is part of the Chiefs coaching set-up, Neil Barnes and Alan Muir as assistant coaches Damian Marsh is head of athletic performance.
Barnes joined the World Cup as a coach for the Taranaki provincial side and the Hurricanes Colts assistant coach with Dave Rennie.
McKee said. “I’m fully confident that this coaching group can plan and deliver a total rugby program to take the Flying Fijians to new levels.”
“This is a highly experienced and skilled coaching group with general professional credentials. Group of coaches has the information and arrangement to take the Flying Fijians forward and to help ensure this will be the best prepared Fijian team travel to an RWC 2019.”
Super Rugby Assistant Coach with the Chiefs, Matson was part of Fiji’s management at the 2015 RWC in England while coaching Wellington coach Muir has been working with the forwards on their scrimmaging.
“The technical rugby staff has Rugby World Cup experience; with Barnes who was part of the Canadian team at the Rugby World Cup in 2011 and 2015 while Pryor was with the Eddie Jones coached Japan in the last RWC World Cup. The expectation of good performance will be very high for the Flying Fijians at RWC 2019.”
Fijians RWC coaching and management team:
McKee (head coach), Willie Baleinabuli (team manager), Matson (senior assistant coach), Neil Barnes (assistant coach), Alan Muir (assistant coach), Damian Marsh (head of athletic performance), John Pryor (head of strength and conditioning), Hiroaki (assistant strength and conditioning), John Batina (performance analyst), Josh Vuto (video analyst), Bryn Savill (doctor), William Kong (head physiotherapist), David Bick (physiotherapist), Sunia Koto (team logistic and cultural leader), Inoke Bainimarama (media officer).
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