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England World Cup winner takes the reins of Top 14 club

Bordeaux-Begles today confirmed the departure of head coach Rory Teague after less than a year in charge.

Following a run of poor results, the 33-year-old has left the Top 14 club by mutual consent.

Former England and Lions back-row forward Joe Worsley, who had been serving as the club’s defence coach, has taken on the top job on a temporary basis.

“Union Bordeaux-Bègles and Rory Teague have ended their work together by mutual consent,” reads a Bordeaux-Bègles statement.

“The club recognise the immense work done by Rory Teague in professionalising the club’s structures and we wish him the best for the rest of his career.”

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