So Eddie O'Sullivan, largely lauded as the most successful coach in Irish rugby having guided the golden generation throughout his tenure. Well ******** to that. Here's your record Eddie: Let's start with the Southern Hemisphere Sides: Argentina: P6, W3, L3 - 50% record not too bad, not too good. Australia: P7, W2, L5 - 28% record, not the best New Zealand: P5, L5 - 0%, dismal South Africa: P4, W2, L2, 50%, again not too bad, not too good Northern Hemisphere Sides, only using England, France and Wales here. England: P7, W4, L3 - 57%, one of his better records France: P9, W1, L8 - 11%, his most dismal record, generally clueless as to what gameplan to employ against the French Wales: P8, W6, L2, 75%, his best record but Wales have gone through more troughs and peaks throughout Eddie's tenure so not the best barometer to judge him by. So overall then: P47, W18, L25 - giving him a 38% success rate, now that's a failure even by Irish standards. Yes there were 3 triple crowns but two of them should have been grand slams, no championship, no southern hemisphere away win and two failures at the world cup both preceeded by contract extensions. How can this team be called the most successful with that record when the team of the 80s won 3 championships. Eddie's people certainly know how to spin, he learnt well from Woodturd on the Lions tour, shame he didn't pick up anything for on the field. Well it's been 3 long years but now he's finally gone and thanks to Browne's incompetence it's made the task for a new coach all the more tougher.