Keith Earls: ‘If there was more time, we’d have caught them’

Ireland winger says Munster need a stable base in the wake of their defeat to Racing

Munster’s Keith Earls is tackled by Racing 92’s Henry Chavancy in Bordeaux. “We knew they could get tired in the last 20 or30 minutes.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Munster’s Keith Earls is tackled by Racing 92’s Henry Chavancy in Bordeaux. “We knew they could get tired in the last 20 or30 minutes.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

After a depressing weekend in Europe, Munster winger Keith Earls hopes the province can settle down and keep coach Johann van Graan long enough to instil some consistency in team performance.

Earls, who has been with Munster for his entire career, began with Declan Kidney in charge back in 2007. Since then he has had six different coaches.

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