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Warren Gatland to lead the Lions for a record third time

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Warren Gatland to lead the Lions for a record third time

Warren Gatland to lead the Lions for a record third time

Warren Gatland has agreed to become head coach of the British and Irish Lions for the tour to South Africa in 2021, Press Association Sport understands.

The Lions have moved swiftly to secure Gatland for a record third successive term, in the process ending the prospect of the Kiwi replacing Eddie Jones as England boss after the World Cup.

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