Playing by his own rules: Warren Gatland talks career highs and lows
In a career of highs and lows coaching Ireland and then Wales, Warren Gatland has never shied away from making tough or unpopular decisions. Garry Doyle finds him ready to engage
Warren Gatland makes a quiet entry. Through the doors, past the tray-carrying waiter, across the plush carpet. If this was Hollywood, the coffee lounge would instantly come to a halt, the way places do in all the sports movies. You’d see fingers pointing, cups smashing and some have-a-go hero leaping off his seat to take Gatland to task for what he did to poor old Brian O’Driscoll.
The film would then...
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