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Warren Gatland wants Chiefs to play smarter

1 month ago   |   By Planet Rugby

New Chiefs head coach Warren Gatland has revealed that he will demand that the Hamilton-based side play smarter rugby under his guidance.
After a successful 12-year reign as Wales' coach, Gatland returned to New Zealand to replace Colin Cooper as the Chiefs' boss.
He started his new role this week and although he is still finding his feet, he already has great plans for the two-time Super Rugby champions.
Apart from back-to-back tournament wins in 2012 and 2013, the Chiefs hold the record for the longest playoff-making streak of any side in the competition.
Since their triumphant 2013...
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