Ten more years a Chief then it's Rob for England

The Rugby Paper|May 31, 2020

Ten more years a Chief then it's Rob for England
EXETER CHIEF's boss Rob Baxter is destined for greatness at international level with England and the Lions – but only after he has steered his club to European glory.

That is the view of Baxter’s most trusted aide at Sandy Park – the club doctor tasked with ensuring a safe return to action for the table-topping Chiefs.

Baxter, 49, has worked wonders at the Devon club and this week marked the ten-year anniversary of their historic promotion to the top flight.

The Chiefs’ remarkable rise reached a glorious crescendo when they beat Wasps in the 2017 title decider at Twickenham.

What hometown boy Baxter, who captained the club for a decade and still lives on the family farm, has achieved at Exeter is the stuff of fairytales.


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May 31, 2020