Cheetahs confirm coaching teams
- 21 Aug 2017
Dave Williams has been appointed as the Cheetahs new backline and attack coach.
Williams was an assistant coach for the Kolbe Steelers in Japan, coached in England at London Irish and Bath, and was also the backline and coach coordinator for the Kings.
Rory Duncan is head coach of the Cheetahs, with Corniel van Zyl as forwards coach and Charl Strydom as defence coach.
Daan Human will be head coach of the Free State Cheetahs when the Currie Cup overlaps with the Pro14. MJ Smith will be Free State's backline coach when the two tournaments clash, with Albert Keuris as skills coach.
Cheetahs director of rugby Franco Smith will assist both teams with skills, structures and strategy.
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