New Zealand Rugby union footballer
Warren David Gatland, OBE is a New Zealand rugby union coach, currently the head coach of Wales. Since he became coach in 2007, Wales have won four Six Nations titles, including three Grand Slams, and reached the semi-final of the 2011 World Cup. Gatland was also head coach of the British and Irish Lions on their 2013 tour of Australia, where they won the Test series 2-1, and 2017 tour of New Zealand, when the series was drawn.
'It's nice when predictions come true' - triumphant Wales boss Gatland Wales coach Warren Gatland says he is glad his side were able to back up his pre-tournament prediction by winning the Grand Slam. BBC News - Published 2 days ago
Rugby: Wales hammer Ireland 25-7 to claim Six Nations Grand Slam Wales claimed a record third Six Nations Grand Slam of coach Warren Gatland's reign Saturday as Gareth Anscombe kicked 20 points to help beat an ill-disciplined Ireland 25-7. France 24 - Published 2 days ago
Wales v Ireland: Six Nations match preview
In-depth preview of Wales' Six Nations clash against Ireland in Cardiff as Warren Gatland's side close in on a Grand Slam.
Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO Duration: 01:30 Published 3 days ago
Warren Gatland admitted Wales took their eye off the ball against Scotland as they were made to survive a Murrayfield scare to keep their Grand Slam charge on track.
Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO Duration: 01:23 Published 1 week ago
'What the hell is Eddie Jones doing talking about our game?' retorts Gatland Warren Gatland tells Eddie Jones to concentrate on beating Scotland after the England coach said Wales were tiring in the Six Nations. BBC News - Published 4 days ago
Gatland targets 'dream' Grand Slam in final Six Nations game Warren Gatland is relishing the possibility of a "dream" Grand Slam in his final Six Nations game in charge of Wales, against Ireland. BBC News - Published 1 week ago
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