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Warren Gatland Will Not Lead British & Irish Lions' Tour To South Africa In '21

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 18 / 17

Warren Gatland said that he "won't subject himself" to taking charge of the British & Irish Lions in '21, according to the BBC. The Wales coach led the Lions to victory in Australia in '13, and to a draw in New Zealand this summer. But the 54-year-old said that he will not take charge for the ne...

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