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Ulster Rugby Head Coach, Dan McFarland, will remain at the helm of the province’s Senior Men’s squad until at least 2025 after signing a contract extension. The deal will make him Ulster’s longest-serving coach in the professional era.
The past season saw Ulster secure a semi-final place in the inaugural United Rugby Championship, a number of historic away wins, and the opportunity to battle it out in the Heineken Champions Cup Round of 16.
McFarland, who joined Ulster Rugby in August 2018, said:
“I love my job here, which is only possible because of the good people I get to work with. It is through the growth, competitiveness, and teamwork of the support team and the players that we continue to compete for championships. ”
Ulster Rugby CEO, Jonny Petrie, commenting on McFarland’s contract extension, said:
“I couldn’t be more pleased that Dan has chosen to extend his stay with us – I think it’s really clear the impact that he has had on the club since joining, both on and off the pitch.
“We’ve made some impressive progress as a squad over the past couple of years, with play-off rugby against the best teams in Europe, and beyond, now a regular occurrence.”
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