It can be easy to forget about rugby coaches once they step out of the spotlight, but these five are still passing on their knowledge to the next generation.
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#1. Andy Robinson – Romania
The former England and Scotland boss was appointed as the new head coach of Romania in 2020.
He coached Scotland for three years from 2009, taking up the post after a successful spell in charge of Edinburgh which had also seen him work with Scotland A. He resigned in late 2012 after a defeat by Tonga in Aberdeen.
A flanker with Bath, England and the Lions, Robinson, now 56, made a smooth transition from playing to coaching at the Recreation Ground. He was assistant coach to Clive Woodward when England won the Rugby World Cup in 2003, then took over in 2004 before being dismissed two years later.