All Blacks icon Carter rules-out coaching role after his retirement
New Zealand icon Dan Carter insists an All Blacks coaching role is off the table after retirement… but insists ‘I won’t rule it out in the future’
- All Blacks legend Dan Carter announced his retirement after an special career
- Carter won two World Cups, but is not yet ready to put his experience to work
- The 38-year-old wants to stay involved in rugby but have time for his family
All Blacks legend Dan Carter has ruled out an immediate move into coaching after announcing his retirement.
Carter announced exclusively in Saturday’s Daily Mail that he was closing the curtains on his iconic playing career.
The double World Cup winner has several projects lined up, including a programme with Oxford University, but will not jump into full-time coaching.
Dan Carter has retired from rugby after an incredible career including two World Cup titles
The famous All Black wants to ensure he has time for his family, ruling-out a coaching role
‘I’ve obviously got a lot of knowledge of the game but I’ve seen how hard these coaches work,’ Carter told the Mail on Sunday.
‘Weekends gone, flexibility gone. I won’t rule it out in the future, but with a fourth child on the way now is not the time. I’ll stay involved in rugby because it’s a huge part of my life.
‘Mentoring businesses or sports team interests me because I feel like a can bring a lot of my experience and theories.
‘I’m working on a few projects here in New Zealand and internationally.’
Carter wants to keep involved in his sport to use the expertise gathered from his long career
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