07 Mar 14
Mike Brown speaks to Simon Ward of the RFU.com podcast ahead of this weekend's clash against Wales and discusses his personal message from Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel.
Conor O'Shea was announced as Harlequins' new Director of Rugby on 16th November 2009 and started the role on 15th March 2010.
O'Shea joined his former club, London Irish, in 1995, making 127 first-team appearances for the club, scoring 412 points and 62 tries.
After his playing career ended in 2000, he remained with the Exiles as director of rugby and guided Irish to the Powergen Cup in 2002. That year he won the Zurich Rugby Director of the Season Award (jointly with Brendan Venter).
O'Shea left London Irish in 2005 to take up an appointment with the Rugby Football Union as Director of Regional Academies. In 2008 he left his position with the RFU to take up a role with the English Institute of Sport as National Director.