Australian the Matt Williams was dislocated of its functions the April 25th 2005. Frank Hadden was appointed the following days temporary trainer of the team of Scotland. The last but one of the Tournament of the six nations 2005 with only one victory with the meter, the XV with the thistle knew its third trainer in less than two seasons.
Matt Williams had indeed succeeded in December 2003 Ian McGeechan, which had finished sadly: a last place with the Tournament of the six nations 2004. Will Hadden, ex-trainer of Edinburgh Rugby, do better?
The Scottish federation took thousand precautions. The nomination was provisional. Then, Hadden is shouldered of four other trainers of clubs: Hugh Campbell (Glasgow), Steve Packsaddlled (Borders), Sean Lineen (Glasgow) and George Graham (Borders). Lastly, the New Zealander Todd Blackadder, trainer-player in Edinburgh, have a role of " adviser near the sélection". Frank Hadden was named trainer officially the September 15th 2005.
Frank Hadden made its studies with and with playing Rugby in each school. It integrated into Leeds to make a career of professor. While teaching with, he played Rugby with XV for Headingley, playing sometimes equips first with it, when the usual holder, Ian McGeechan (which will be later the trainer of Rugby to XV of the team of Scotland and the trainer of the Lions more titrated) was in round with the national team.
Beginning of career of trainer
In 1983, Frank Hadden was named Directeur from EP and director of Rugby with to Edinburgh.
The team first of the school became one of the fortified towns of the schools of Rugby of Scotland, Frank Hadden acquired a fame as trainer in power of Rugby.
In 1992 it accepted its first national challenge, when it dealt with the selection of Scotland of less than 16 years. While dealing with young people the Scot, Hadden began in 1997 as trainer adloint from Caledonian Reds, one of the four new Scottish professional teams installation after the passage of Rugby at the professional statute.
Frank Hadden belonged to the round of 1998 in Australia in the capacity as adviser technical. But Scottish Federation, the SRU, had to make savings in budget to save Reds, and Frank Hadden turned over to its studies.
In 2004, he became the first trainer to qualify a Scottish professional team for the quarterfinals of the Coupe of Europe of Rugby to XV.
During her passage to Edinburgh Rugby, the team knew a rise to power.
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