Dave Rennie dismissed continuing speculation linking him with the Australian national job and said family issues would be the only thing that kept him from staying at Glasgow.
Dave Rennie’s dual role as head coach of Glasgow Warriors and coach-to-be of the Australia international team will mean some late nights, but he vowed the primary focus will be on his current job until May.
The Heineken Champions Cup is still the top order in Europe and will always be a target for Glasgow Warriors, no matter who the head coach is, says Dave Rennie.
Two weeks after being dropped by Scotland, Jonny Gray has suffered the same indignity for Glasgow Warriors’ biggest game of the season and will be on the bench for the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final against Saracens.
Modern media being what it is, it was all over the place within a couple of minutes of it happening.
Glasgow Warriors get a huge boost by welcoming back six of their World Cup players for the visit of the Southern Kings but Jonny Gray is to be rested for another month, revealed head coach Dave Rennie.
Adam Hastings has been tossed back in among the wolves as Glasgow seek to upset former champions Saracens and win a home quarter-final in the Heineken Champions’ Cup at Allianz Park.
Dave Rennie won’t have his protégé Aaron Cruden at Glasgow Warriors next season nor on-field lieutenant Callum Gibbins for tonight’s crunch meeting with Edinburgh.
Scottish Rugby are taking time to digest the £70,000 fine and an order to apologise from World Rugby for the dispute arising from the threat of cancellation of their final pool game at the Rugby World Cup in Japan, but appear in little mood to compromise.
Dave Rennie stirred up the bad blood between Glasgow Warriors and Saracens even further by accusing the former European champions of cynically trying to reverse decisions against them by starting “push and shove” fights.