Saracens coaches agree new long-term contracts

Saracens coaches agree new long-term contracts

Saracens have announced that ten integral members of staff at the training ground have committed their long-term futures to the club.

Director of rugby Mark McCall has been at Saracens since 2009 and will now remain at the club for at least a further four years.


During his time in north London, Saracens have won five Premiership titles and three European Cups, as well as bringing through a number of home-grown players into fully-fledged internationals.

McCall has been supported by the club’s incredible coaching team for a very long period with performance director Phil Morrow, newly-appointed head coach Joe Shaw, backs coach Kevin Sorrell, senior rugby & mental skills coach Dan Vickers and forwards coach Ian Peel all dedicating themselves to Saracens until the end of the 2024/25 season.

As Saracens announced recently, Adam Powell has been promoted from his Academy coaching role to become defence coach of the senior squad and has also signed for four years, with Kelly Brown coming back to the club to take up the role of assistant coach.


Head of recruitment Nick Kennedy and head of psychology & personal development David Jones will likewise remain at Saracens for the same period.

“Firstly I’d like to thank Lucy and the board for placing their trust in us," said McCall.


"This club means a huge amount to us all and to have the opportunity to continue our work is a real privilege.

"I consider myself very fortunate to work alongside a group of people who are so enthusiastic and forward-thinking and we are all excited about what the future holds for the club.”

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