Mark McCall joined Saracens at the start of the 2009/10 season as First Team Coach and in that first season, helped guide the club to their first Premiership final.
In January 2011, following the news that Brendan Venter will be moving to the role of Technical Director, McCall moved into the role of Director of Rugby with the North London Club.
Capped 13 times by Ireland, the former inside centre coached Ireland U21s and Ireland A and was assistant coach at Ulster for two years before being given the Head Coach’s job in 2004.
During his three seasons in charge of the province, they won the Celtic League in 2006 and he oversaw the development of nine of Ulster’s players into the Irish national side, the highest number since the game went professional.
He moved to France in 2007 to join the coaching staff at Castres before joining Saracens.