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Dan Vickers

Coach Kicking Specialist

“Dan’s understanding of the game and his willingness to do whatever is necessary reflects the fantastic work ethic within the coaching group.” – Chariman Nigel Wray

Dan Vickers initially joined Saracens as a physiotherapist before transitioning to Kicking Coach.

The Australian arrived in north London in 2006 having been a part of Bath Rugby’s medical team.

A former Manly and Waratahs full-back, he switched to his current position under Brendan Venter and has worked with and developed international stars such as Owen Farrell, Charlie Hodgson, Ben Spencer and Richard Wigglesworth.

As well as kicking technique and tactics, Vickers’ role includes work under the high ball as demonstrated by Liam Williams in the 2018/19 Premiership final.

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