Danny Wilson: Cardiff Blues want new recruits, says departing boss
Departing Cardiff Blues boss Danny Wilson says he has left a “nice basis” for successor John Mulvihill.
However after profitable the Problem Cup and securing a top-tier 2018-19 Champions Cup place, Wasps-bound Wilson says they have to recruit for what lies forward.
Wilson’s tenure ended with a dramatic Problem Cup win over Gloucester.
“They’re going into the Champions Cup and that may be a complete totally different ball sport,” mentioned Wilson.
“In sure positions there’s nonetheless a good bit extra that must be achieved when it comes to recruitment. There are good foundations and a gaggle right here who’re self-managed with good management.
“They will go onto larger and higher issues once more.”
Wilson’s three seasons in cost ended with a 31-30 win over Gloucester on Friday in Bilbao within the second-tier Problem Cup.
He has no regrets about shifting on to the English Premiership and informed BBC Radio Wales Arms Park chiefs should guarantee Australian Mulvihill can add recent faces to bolster the squad.
“I believe there’s a nice basis there for the subsequent teaching group to construct on.
“There are some unbelievable children coming via beginning to turn into established figures and there are additionally some skilled figures there.
“In the end that needs to be constructed on and positively extra recruitment must be achieved.”