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New British Lions coach Warren Gatland weighs in on Alun Wyn Jones future amid reported interest from Leicester Tigers and Bristol Bears

Bristol Post Thursday, 13 June 2019
New British Lions coach Warren Gatland weighs in on Alun Wyn Jones future amid reported interest from Leicester Tigers and Bristol BearsThe Wales captain has been linked with a big money move to the Gallagher Premiership or France.
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Warren Gatland has been officially unveiled as the British and Irish Lions head coach for the 2021 tour to South Africa. Gatland will relinquish his role as Wales boss after the World Cup and will then start his official Lions duties in August 2020.

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