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Warren Gatland will be looking to bow out of Wales coach with a win over All Blacks, having been accorded the ultimate compliment by one of his assistants.
Kicking coach Neil Jenkins, one of Wales’ famous players in the 1990s and early 2000s, praised Gatland as “a god of the game” of rugby, on the eve of the playoff for the Rugby World Cup third place in Tokyo on Friday (10pm start NZT)
Like Steve Hansen with New Zealand, Gatland will finish up as Wales coach after the bronze medal match.
Wales have won three grand slams and four Six Nations Championship titles during his 12 years in charge. The side have made the World Cup semifinals twice during that time.
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“I’ve said it before, he’s an incredible man not just due to his rugby intelligence and knowledge, but he’s an unbelievable person,” Je
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