Van Graan - ROG and POC joining my coaching staff isn't impossible
Munster coach Johann van Graan says "it's not impossible" that there could be future roles in the provincial set up for legends Ronan O'Gara and Paul O'Connell.
O'Gara is currently working with New Zealand club Crusaders, while O'Connell is coaching the forwards of Stade Francais.
Van Graan recently agreed a contract extension until 2022.
This is what Van Graan had to say when asked by Virgin Media's Sinead Kissane.
Johann van Graan wants to sort the future of his current coaching team first but sounded open to possibility of making contact with Paul O'Connell and Ronan O'Gara for next season pic.twitter.com/aViwCAz64h— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) April 16, 2019
Meanwhile Billy Vunipola will be available to play for Saracens against Munster in Saturday's Heineken Champions Cup semi-final.
The England number eight has been given a formal warning by the R-F-U for supporting homophobic social media posts made by Australia's Israel Folau.
Vunipola has escaped a ban and English rugby's governing body say the player has expressed "genuine regret" for his actions.
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