Romania coach quits

Romania rugby union head coach Tudor Constantin has quit after just two months in the job claiming members of the national federation (FRR) were not up to the task.

“I quit because there are a lot of incompetent people over there (at the FRR) with whom I never want to work with again,” he said.

He did, however, insist that his departure had nothing to do with the recent appointment of New Zealander Ellis Meachen as FRR director, adding that the arrival of the former Tongan assistant coach was “the best thing that could have happened to the national team”.

Constantin, who played for the national side between 1992 and 2002 including a spell as captain during their 1999 World Cup campaign, was appointed manager the day after the 2007 World Cup in France.  

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