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Munster boss tunes out criticism after 14-man Reds rally to reduce glare of spotlight

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Alex Kendellen of Munster goes over to score his side's second try during the United Rugby Championship match against Ulster at Thomond Park. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Alex Kendellen of Munster goes over to score his side's second try during the United Rugby Championship match against Ulster at Thomond Park. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Alex Kendellen of Munster goes over to score his side's second try during the United Rugby Championship match against Ulster at Thomond Park. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Johann van Graan is not the type to grandstand. Even if he were, it would have been premature to do so after a wintry victory over Ulster that saw his Munster side return to winning ways without answering a lot of the questions that continue to hang over them.

At the same time, he’s within his rights to wonder if there would be a swing in the reaction to match the fierce criticism that greeted his team’s defeat to Connacht a week previous.


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