Dai Young responds to reports he's set to take over at Gloucester - Ruck

Dai Young responds to reports he’s set to take over at Gloucester

Dai Young has spoken about being linked to the Gloucester job, saying he wants to get back to hands on coaching as quickly as possible.

“My understanding is Gloucester are reviewing things and they’ll find who they feel fit.

“I’m not hung-up about being in charge but my best role would be a head coach/forwards coach.”

Rob Howley has also been linked to the Gloucester job. The Daily Mail have suggested that Young as director of rugby and Howley as head coach could be best best option for the Cherry and Whites.

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1. Johnny Williams (Wales)

Place of birth: Weston-super-Mare

Back playing rugby following his cancer recovery, centre Johnny Williams is poised to exit Newcastle Falcons to join Scarlets, according to Wales Online. The 23-year-old made an appearance with the red rose on his chest only last year, starting inside-centre for an England XV against the Barbarians. And with a father from north Wales, Williams also qualifies to pull on the red jersey – with that sole appearance at Twickenham not committing him to England as it was an uncapped match.