New Reds coach, Phil Mooney, talks to The Roar

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Resident The Roar columnist, Garth Hamilton, talks to the new Queensland Reds coach, Phil Mooney.

Mooney was previously the coach of the Australian Under 19 team and inherits a team that struggled badly in last year’s Super 14.

In this interview, Garth tackles the challenges ahead for the Reds, the perceived lack of junior talent coming through the ranks, and questions where the ARC sits in junior development in Australian rugby.

Mooney’s comments on the potential for international players to be involved in the Super 14 are well worth listening to.

Listen here [~15 mins]:

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