Rory Teague has returned to the club where he started his playing career as he takes on the role of skills coach.
Gloucester-born Teague began his playing career at Kingsholm before moving down the M5 to join Bristol. He subsequently spent several years playing in France before moving into coaching at a relatively young age as he took a role at Harrow School.
He has since gone on to build an impressive coaching resume, spending time with Saracens and Wasps before moving into the international arena with a successful spell as Backs and Attacks Coach with England U20s, a period that included the team winning the Junior World Championship in 2016.
The Teague name has long been associated with Gloucester Rugby, and that link has been renewed with the news that Rory Teague has returned to the club where he started his playing career as he takes on the role of Skills Coach.
— Gloucester Rugby (@gloucesterrugby) July 19, 2019
Teague then worked with the senior England team as Skills Coach until he returned to France to join Bordeaux-Begles. Initially undertaking the role of Backs Coach, he then became the youngest Head Coach of a European top-flight club when he moved into that role in January 2018.
However, he now returns to where it all began as he joins Johan Ackermann’s coaching staff at Gloucester Rugby as the club’s new Skills Coach and Director of Rugby David Humphreys told the club website that he will be a valuable addition.
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