Dominguez reportedly set to be sacked by Toulon

Date published: July 10 2016

Toulon manager Diego Dominguez could be sacked just weeks after taking over from Bernard Laporte.

Infosport  allege that despite Dominguez being brought in last season in order to get a better feel for the club before taking on the role, he may never get the chance to fully take over with Mourad Boudjellal opting to dismiss him.

The same report suggests that former England head coach Stuart Lancaster and New Zealand's World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry are on the shortlist to take over.

Fabien Galthié is another name heavily linked with the role.

Marc del Maso, who worked as a scrum coach with Japan during the last Rugby World Cup, is already set to replace Jacques Delmas as the club's forwards coach, but L'Equipe report that part of the reason for the departure of Dominguez is his refusal to work with Del Maso.