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Ex-Ireland player Bradley commits to Italian side Zebre for two more years

The former Connacht coach has been at the helm of Zebre since July 2017.

Zebre coach Michael Bradley
Zebre coach Michael Bradley
Image: Alex James/INPHO

FORMER IRELAND AND Munster player Michael Bradley has committed his future to Italian side Zebre by signing on until the end of the 2022 campaign as head coach.

Bradley was first appointed in July 2017 and has now extended his contract for another two seasons. 

Tweet by @Zebre Rugby Club 🦓 Source: Zebre Rugby Club 🦓/Twitter

He departed his role as defence coach with Georgia to take up the role at the time and had previously been at the helm of Edinburgh.

Before that Bradley coached Connacht between 2003 and 2010 while during his playing career the scrum-half won 40 caps for Ireland.

Zebre are currently sixth in Conference A of the Gunness Pro14 with just two wins from their ten games played so far.

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