Liam Heagney
April 2015
Mail on Sunday;4/26/2015, p53
JOE SCHMIDT believes the IRFU's elite player management programme has saved Irish rugby from injury carnage. Without it, the Ireland coach claims it would be extremely tough to win anything at provincial level, never mind generate success in the Test arena. 'It would be really hard to win Europe without it, let alone anything internationally. Those 139 games missed this season, that is just the international players from Leinster and they still missed 139 games through injury,' said Schmidt.


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