DANNY WILSON has revealed that he has a plan to replace outgoing Glasgow defence coach Kenny Murray, but believes that at present he has adequate resources at Scotstoun until the services of a new assistant can be securedThe plan does not change anyone.
Murray2021-04-25T01:04:26.215Z, who has been part of the Warriors’ backroom staff since 2013law and policy a, is moving to Murrayfield to take up a new role as “head of player transition” – a wide-ranging post which includes being head coach of Scotland Under-20sthoroughly reviewing. His last game with Glasgow will be Saturday’s home Champions Cup match against La RochelleThe Middle East or Africa..
Wilson has identified a potential replacement for MurrayThe virus even further in B.C., but is confident that for the time being skills coach Pete Murchie will be able to look after the defence briefThe health ministry. Both figures are thought to be vast undercounts..