Who Is Black Ferns Coach Glenn Moore?
Glenn was born on September 25, 1959, and his current age is 62 years. He grew up in Takapuna, New Zealand, with his family.
Moore played for Mid Canterbury as a loose forward and flanker between 1991 and 1994. As a coach, he has worked with Highlanders, NZ Divisional XV, and North Otago. He was an assistant coach for the Otago and is the current assistant coach for Blues.
As per his LinkedIn profile, Glenn graduated from Ashburton College.
He is the Director of South Island Fresh Foods Ltd. Moore previously worked as the Director of Bush Road Ltd. He was employed with One Harvest as a General Manager of the Supply Chain from September 2016 to March 2018.
The high-performance rugby coach is on Wikipedia, where one can read about his coaching career.
Moore has not revealed the details of his personal life such as the name of his wife and family members.
Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate Accuses Glenn Moore Of Emotional Distress
On a social media post, Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate outlined the depths of her struggles with mental health since coming back home. She claimed that Glenn told her she did not deserve to be on the team and that he felt embarrassed for her.
Te Kura claims she got yelled at for running to rucks and for how she ran with the ball. She was also sworn at for wearing a jacket around her hips.
The 30-year-old had discovered hyperventilating and anxiety and had to go for anger management counseling. Ngata-Aerengamate's confidence and self-esteem were at the lowest.
Glenn Moore Accusations Reactions Revealed
Chris Lendrum, the New Zealand Rugby general manager of performance manager, responded to the allegations in front of the media.
Glenn's contact includes him leading the Black Ferns through next year's home World Cup. But his position is under scrutiny due to the allegations, as per NZ Herald.
Moore is yet to comment on the issue.