Sunday 17 November 2019

Larkham wants consistent attitude from Reds' squad

Stephen Larkham. Photo: Sportsfile
Stephen Larkham. Photo: Sportsfile

Munster backs coach Stephen Larkham says he has no interest in looking for a step up in attitude from his players and insisted every game is just as important as the last.

Larkham was brought into the Munster backroom team along with Graham Rowntree during the summer to replace Felix Jones, and since his arrival there has been a notable change in how the province attacks.

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Four wins from their opening five PRO14 games means Munster are clear at the top of Conference B, and a win tomorrow against Ulster at Thomond Park will be another boost to that tally.

"There's no room for error in any game. The most important game is the next one," said Larkham.

"This week, we've had two good days of training and I see no difference to the prep last week or what it will be next week.

"Obviously the pressure from the fans and media will build up. But for us, the prep will stay the same."

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