Munster cup match against Glasgow gets go-ahead as plans are confirmed to honour Anthony Foley
Tournament organisers have announced that Munster's European Champions Cup pool game against Glasgow will be played as scheduled in Limerick on Saturday.
European Professional Club Rugby said the decision had been made 'after close consultation with the Munster management.'
Munster head coach Anthony Foley died at the team hotel in Paris last weekend before Munster's scheduled Champions Cup match against Racing 92, which was postponed as a result.
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