Andy Farrell expressed his immense enjoyment as the head coach of Ireland and dismisses any inclination towards pursuing a coaching role with England.
Despite his team’s World Cup quarter-final exit, the current Ireland boss is frequently mentioned as a top contender to take over if Steve Borthwick vacates his position as England boss.
“When you make a decision, you commit and that’s it,” said Farrell.
“And, you know, I’m very lucky that it wasn’t just me that was committing, it was my wife and kids as well.
“Because whether you think it’s a close flight or connected or whatever to the UK, it’s still living abroad. It is a big move, you know, kids out of school.
“That type of commitment is something that I’ll never forget from my family… I’m forever grateful.”
He continued: “We love it here. We’re loving life here and the rugby’s pretty good as well.”
Who could replace Steve Borthwick at Twickenham?
5. Sir Clive Woodward – 20/1
Woodward is the World Cup winning Head Coach who led England’s rugby players to World Cup glory in Australia in 2003.
A former England International and British & Irish Lion himself, prior to his full time coaching career Clive established a successful business career working for nine years with Xerox in the UK and Australia before establishing his own small finance and leasing company.
During Clive’s tenure as Head Coach England moved from 6th in the world to being the number one ranked team, winning every trophy an England team can win.