Coach Brad Davis weighing up his future at Bath Rugby
First-team coach Brad Davis is weighing up his future at Bath Rugby after six years at The Rec.
The former rugby league player joined the club’s staff under former head coach and fellow Australian Steve Meehan in 2006 and kept his position when Sir Ian McGeechan was appointed Bath chief in 2011.
Davis was the only coach retained when the club announced an overhaul of their structure in the summer, with former South Africa assistant boss Gary Gold taking over as head coach, while Mike Ford, Toby Booth and Neal Hatley also arrived.
It is believed Davis did not travel with the squad for Saturday’s Amlin Cup Pool 4 victory at Italian side Calvisano and speculation has since mounted that he could be set to leave The Rec.
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At the club’s weekly press conference this afternoon Gold said there was no firm decision on Davis' future.
“Brad is assessing his options,” said Gold. “I don’t want him to leave and neither do the club.
“He’s a great guy, a great coach and I’ve enjoyed working with him.
“He’ll assess what he wants to do and come back to us. We can decide how we move forward from there.”