Glasgow Rugby'S New Coaching Team

Glasgow Rugby have completed the review of their coaching structure and today announce their new coaching team who will be in charge for next season.Head coach will be Hugh Campbell, current scrummage and lineout coach with the Scotland team and head coach of Scotland A._Campbell will be joined by Boroughmuir's BT Premiership title winning coach Sean Lineen as his assistant, while Glasgow Hawks" head coach Shade Munro has been recruited as a part-time development coach.Glasgow Rugby Chief Executive David Jordan said: "I"m delighted to welcome Hugh, Sean and Shade to the Glasgow Rugby professional team._All three bring qualities for which I have huge admiration and I know our players are excited by their appointments._SRU Director of Rugby Jim Telfer said: "All three have a deep understanding of Scottish rugby from the grassroots to international level and that is integral to them coming on board."Campbell, 51, a prop at Jordanhill in his playing days and a man who played for and coached Glasgow District in the amateur era, said: "I don't under-estimate the challenge of taking on the role of head coach of the Glasgow Rugby professional team but anyone involved in professional coaching would jump at the chance, not only to work, day in, day out, with some of our country's best players but also to be at the apex of rugby in Glasgow District where several of our clubs have won promotion this year."Campbell's appointment to the Glasgow post means he will relinquish his duties with national representative teams.Glasgow Rugby caretaker coach Richie Dixon will revert to his duties as Coach Development Manager at Murrayfield but will have an active over-seeing role in the progress of Glasgow Rugby's coaches.Lineen, 41, who won 29 Scotland caps in the centre and was a member of the 1990 Grand Slam winners, has coached Boroughmuir to both cup and league triumphs over the last few years. He said: "I"m looking forward to the challenge._It was very important for me to secure the league title with Boroughmuir but now I can focus on Glasgow and I can't wait to get started."Munro, 36, grandson of the former Scotland captain, John Bannerman, overcame a horrendous leg injury to win seven caps for Scotland between 1994 and 1997 as a hard-working second-row forward._He currently works alongside his former Anniesland colleagues, Fergus and Murray Wallace, in a company responsible for interior decoration of new property._He said: "I am very busy at work but I am ambitious to pursue rugby as my career and I appreciate the opportunity to get a foot in the door of professional rugby."_Glasgow Rugby have completed the review of their coaching structure and today announce their new coaching team who will be in charge for next season.Head coach will be Hugh Campbell, current scrummage and lineout coach with the Scotland team and head coach of Scotland A._Campbell will be joined by Boroughmuir's BT Premiership title winning coach Sean Lineen as his assistant, while Glasgow Hawks" head coach Shade Munro has been recruited as a part-time development coach.Glasgow Rugby Chief Executive David Jordan said: "I"m delighted to welcome Hugh, Sean and Shade to the Glasgow Rugby professional team._All three bring qualities for which I have huge admiration and I know our players are excited by their appointments._SRU Director of Rugby Jim Telfer said: "All three have a deep understanding of Scottish rugby from the grassroots to international level and that is integral to them coming on board."Campbell, 51, a prop at Jordanhill in his playing days and a man who played for and coached Glasgow District in the amateur era, said: "I don't under-estimate the challenge of taking on the role of head coach of the Glasgow Rugby professional team but anyone involved in professional coaching would jump at the chance, not only to work, day in, day out, with some of our country's best players but also to be at the apex of rugby in Glasgow District where several of our clubs have won promotion this year."Campbell's appointment to the Glasgow post means he will relinquish his duties with national representative teams.Glasgow Rugby caretaker coach Richie Dixon will revert to his duties as Coach Development Manager at Murrayfield but will have an active over-seeing role in the progress of Glasgow Rugby's coaches.Lineen, 41, who won 29 Scotland caps in the centre and was a member of the 1990 Grand Slam winners, has coached Boroughmuir to both cup and league triumphs over the last few years. He said: "I"m looking forward to the challenge._It was very important for me to secure the league title with Boroughmuir but now I can focus on Glasgow and I can't wait to get started."Munro, 36, grandson of the former Scotland captain, John Bannerman, overcame a horrendous leg injury to win seven caps for Scotland between 1994 and 1997 as a hard-working second-row forward._He currently works alongside his former Anniesland colleagues, Fergus and Murray Wallace, in a company responsible for interior decoration of new property._He said: "I am very busy at work but I am ambitious to pursue rugby as my career and I appreciate the opportunity to get a foot in the door of professional rugby."_