Former CO coach Pierre-Henri Broncan will be in the Wallabies squad for the 2023 World Cup in France. Australia coach Eddie Jones announced Thursday, May 11th.
Australia coach Eddie Jones confirmed on Thursday, May 11, the appointment of Pierre-Henri Broncan, the former coach of the Caster team, who will be responsible for the strikes that will be launched in the 2023 World Cup in France, which will be held in France. From September 8th to October 28th.
Jones, 63, returned to captain the Wallabies in January and is working on completing his training with a stated ambition of winning the world title again this year. This Thursday, he also announced reinforcements for Brad Davis, London Irish assistant coach, and former international half-half Perek Barnes.
The first will be in charge of the attack when the second runs the game on foot. A former member of the England staff, John Clarke also joined the Wallabies, who now have 11 members in their training.
“Experienced, Complete, Flexible”
Concerning Pierre-Henri Broncan, the French technician, who will soon celebrate his 49th birthday, he was expelled last February by his club Castres, which he had led last year to the final of the Top 14. He also passed through Toulouse and Bath, England, from 2018 to 2020, during which time he had affairs with Eddie Jones. In particular, Eddie Jones commented, “We believe we have a high quality framework in place to prepare the team to take on the World Cup in France”, describing this team as “experienced, complete and flexible”.
Former XV de la Rose coach, who led Australia to the World Cup final in 2003, has said he wants to bring his country back to number one, with the Wallabies currently in seventh. He will start on the bench for the Rugby Championship against South Africa on July 8, ahead of a test match against Argentina at home and then two Bledisloe Cup matches against the All Blacks.