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Kevin Sorrell

Coach Backs Coach

Kevin Sorrell made over 300 appearances for Saracens as a player before taking up a coaching position at the club.

“Kevin has proved himself to be an extremely promising coach. He’s Saracens through and through.” – Chairman Nigel Wray

The former centre joined the club in 1995 and was one of the Men in Black’s most consistent performers for more than a decade

He retired in the summer of 2010 and took up a role in the club’s Academy, graduating to first team Backs Coach at the beginning of the 2012/13 campaign.

Sorrell has overseen the development of a number of Saracens’ leading stars in the back division including Owen Farrell, Duncan Taylor, Ben Spencer and Alex Goode, and had helped Saracens to domestic and European success.

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