After a bad start to the 2021 season, Seattle Seawolves announced changes in his staff. For the rest of the season, Pate Tuilevuka, rugby director, will be acting head-coach. In addition, in your team of coaches you will have the company of two Irish legends: Rory Best and Allen Clarke.
Best left the activity in 2019 after the World Cup in Japan, after 124 caps with the Trébo shirtly will have his first coaching experience at age 38. The former captain of Ireland will work alongside an old acquaintance, Allen Clarke, with whom he already shared a team in Ulster but in the role of player-assistant.
From Seattle, they expressed that Best and Clarke were hired for the remainder of the 2021 season to reinforce the club’s technical and high-performance skills. In addition, from Seawolves, they expressed that the sum of the Irish will serve to direct the current campaign will lay the foundations for the future development of the club.