Danny Cipriani has spoken about his desire to transition into coaching after his playing career.
The former England fly-half, who appeared as a pundit on Channel 4’s Heineken Champions Cup coverage this week, revealed he wants to support young players on and off the field.
Reports suggest that he could be set to sign a contract extension with Bath by an extras year, which will see the 34-year-old transition into a kicking coach at The Rec.
However, a number of stars have exited the game with brand new careers planned for post-rugby.
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1. Richie McCaw – Commercial helicopter pilot
The legendary All Blacks No 7 has revealed his plans for life after rugby having announced his retirement from the sport.
When asked how he would fill his days now without the sport, he said: “I am heavily involved in the Christchurch Helicopters company, they are great people and I’m excited about the opportunities there. Aviation is something I’m passionate about, I’m going to carry on flying and work towards getting my commercial pilot licence.”