Published: 15:40 | 29/1/20

Bradley extends Zebre stay


Michael Bradley has agreed to extend his tenure as head coach of Italian outfit Zebre until the end of the 2022 campaign.

The former Ireland and Munster scrum-half, who played 40 times for his country and was part of the 1985 Grand Slam-winning squad, has been in charge at the Parma-based club since 2017.

Bradley coached Connacht for seven seasons between 2003 and 2010 before taking over at Edinburgh.

He later served as defence coach for the Georgian national team.

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