Former Cheetahs head coach Rory Duncan has turned down an approach from the Kings in favour of a move to Japan with the Red Hurricanes.
The Southern Kings have reportedly made a massive R2-million offer for former Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan despite their financial troubles.
Rory Duncan is reportedly expected to finish his final year at Worcester Warriors despite links to the Kings head coaching job.
Worcester Warriors coach Rory Duncan has been given permission by the Premiership side to talk to other clubs amid rumours of a return to South Africa.
Former Springbok boss Peter de Villiers has apparently been shortlisted by the Kings along with three other candidates for the vacant head coach role.
Rory Duncan will join the Worcester Warriors as their head coach at the end of the European season. The 40-year-old is currently the head coach of the Cheetahs, who are third in Conference A of the Pro14 after eight wins from their opening 13 games. ‘Rory was my captain at the Eastern Province Kings, where he showed outstanding leadership qualities and a… Read more →