Glasgow may have been shorn of their international contingent, have three key non-Scottsih qualified men out injured, and be without head coach Dave Rennie attending his son’s wedding but that’s no excuse for any drop in standards tonight against the Ospreys.
Glasgow have to develop a “gang mentality” to end their recent dry spell and win themselves a Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final place, believes coach Kenny Murray.
Two “innocuous” injuries could see Stuart Hogg and Zander Fagerson miss considerable time for both Glasgow Warriors and for Scotland, assistant coach Kenny Murray admitted yesterday.
Comparing Edinburgh’s recent run of wins and Glasgow’s struggles in Europe is “apples and pears”, believes assistant coach Kenny Murray.
Former Scotland coach Vern Cotter and deputy Jonathan Humphreys had joked that they were convinced they would meet up again in next season’s European Rugby Champions’ Cup.
Glasgow Warriors have added another lock in Kiran McDonald and retained Ratu Tagive for a second season as the new squad for incoming coach Dave Rennie continues to take shape.
A Fife bus driver has hailed the heroic actions of the football club physio that saved his life.
Glasgow Warriors are prepared for “15 desperate men” when Racing 92 come to Scotstoun with their European Champions Cup hopes on the line, says assistant coach Kenny Murray.