In the past few years, Sale have seen more turmoil than a removals firm, but rugby director Steve Diamond thinks that he now has the furniture coiffed to agitate for a Heineken Cup place. Previous season, the Sharks came to have set up a coaching merry-go-round at Salford City Stadium.
Bryan Redpath begun as boss but was allowed for hanging on by his nails as an aid after John Mitchell was added on board. John hopped on and off again in the little blink of an eye and chief executive and the former coach Diamond, came in with the club appearing set for relegation.
Diamond managed a turnaround in the fortunes of Sale Sharks and, after being tail at Christmas. They ended at the tenth spot. He told that they had a tough season previous year. They were looking for some consistency. He added that they do not want to begin as they did previous year, but to be more like the 2nd half of the season, when they won 7 out of eleven. Few seasons ago, they were in Heineken Cup and they wanted to make on that, but they did not.
Therefore, the target aim has to be to get back on the top European event through either the top 6 or winning 1 of the other contests. He added that they have added 4 boys from London Welsh, who have a good work ethic. Therefore, hopefully they would have some success.