Grieving Munster prepare for Glasgow clash despite sudden death of head coach Anthony Foley

Grieving Munster are due to return to work on Tuesday in Limerick as Saturday’s Champions Cup game at home to Glasgow is still going ahead as planned despite the sudden death of head coach Anthony Foley.
Munster are said to be under no pressure from tournament organisers EPCR to definitely stage the match as scheduled.
However, with no funeral arrangements yet made for the late Foley — his body is still under the jurisdiction of French authorities in a Paris mortuary and hasn’t been released back to the family for repatriation — they are set to gather at their University of Limerick base... read more

17 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 28
Source: Daily Mail

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