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Warren Gatland admits he “got a bit choked up” during an emotional address to his team before his last test in Wales.
The former All Black’s 12-year tenure as Wales’ head coach will end after the Rugby World Cup when he will return to New Zealand to coach the Chiefs.
Gatland – who has guided Wales to four Six Nations titles, including three grand slams – took his team to the Principality Stadium against Ireland on Saturday (Sunday NZ time) for his final home test in Cardiff.
He admitted to a few emotional moments in his team talk prior to leaving the hotel.
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“Yeah, I was a bit lost for words and got a bit choked up,” Gatland told reporters after Ireland’s 22-17 win.
“It was emotional really. I’ve loved my time. Even coming off the pitch I was quite emotional
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