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Sky Sports Rugby pundit and England World Cup winner Will Greenwood has been appointed as Barbarians coach to assist Robbie Deans against South Africa at Wembley on November 5. Greenwood was part of Sir Clive Woodwards World Cup winning side in 2003, when Jonny Wilkinsons dramatic drop-goal in extra time sealed a 20-17 victory over Australia.And the 43-year-old former Leicester and Harlequins centre admitted he was relishing the opportunity to coach one of the most famous teams in international rugby. My parents are teachers and my fathers a coach so Ive sort of grown up in the coaching, teaching environment, Greenwood told Sky Sports News HQ.I love the positive side to it. I love the mental side. [Wembley] is a 90,000-seater stadium, Im hoping its going to be full. The Barbarians play South Africa a week before South Africa take on Eddie Jones England at Twickenham.So its the first chance to see a new-look South Africa team. Theyll have a new coach. Theyve got wonderful talent, if you think of Jessie Kriel and [Handre] Pollard, so its a tremendously exciting opportunity for me. The Barbarians have the elite of world rugby talent to choose from Greenwood also hinted that a future coaching position could be of interest to him.One that I jumped at and grabbed immediately with both hands when the opportunity came, he said of the offer to team up with former Australia boss Deans.I love coaching down at Maidenhead - with a good couple of wins in the last two weeks - at home to Towcester [and] at home to Windsor, the Englishman said.I was [recently] on the touchline watching my son play in a Sevens competition. They lost in the final to the mighty Beacons school so my heart rate fluctuates more than you might see with Eddie Jones. Hes so calm when hes up in the coaching box. I tend to be more of a Stuart Pearce, jump up and down, nut every ball, kick every ball, make every tackle. Ill try and retain my composure and, in the week leading up to it, hopefully well be able to put in some structures.Were going to be able to coach some unbelievably talented players, who know the ins and outs of modern rugby. For myself and Robbie Deans its about giving them some structure, giving them some organisation.[We want players] representing the Barbarians, one of the finest teams there is, [who will] hopefully do the shirt justice. Heyneke steps down South Africa coach quits Kiwi Deans is the most successful coach in Super Rugby history after winning five titles with the Crusaders between 2000 and 2008. He returns to the Barbarians helm after coaching them to a win over Ireland and a defeat against England in May 2014.South Africa are due to name their new head coach to succeed Heyneke Meyer next month. Also See: Rugby on Sky Follow @SkySportsRugby Pundits Fixtures and results Thomas Vermaelen Belgium Jersey ." 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Kadri was dressed in a green jersey at Thursdays practice and skated as an extra forward on the teams fourth line as the Leafs.MIAMI -- Erik Spoelstra said he mentioned how daunting the task would be only once. Back in September, when the Miami Heat assembled to begin training camp, Spoelstra addressed his team about furthering its championship legacy and how rare it is for a team to find its way to the NBA Finals in four consecutive seasons. "Weve never brought it up since then," Spoelstra said. Itll get brought up now. The seed the Heat coach planted in the Bahamas at that training camp took root. The Heat are finals-bound -- for the fourth straight time. The sputtering stretches of play in March and April, surrendering the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs to Indiana, winning 12 fewer games in this regular season than a year ago, they all seem moot and meaningless now. The Heat have a chance at a third consecutive NBA title, with the finals starting Thursday night against San Antonio in a title-series rematch. "Its amazing to make it to one finals," Heat forward Shane Battier said. "To do it four times in a row for some of these guys, its a tremendous, tremendous accomplishment and it speaks volumes to the dedication, luck, and perseverance that you need to do it." Spoelstra spoke of that luck factor when he gathered his team for a locker-room huddle moments after the celebration started Friday night, after Miami wrapped up its fourth straight East crown with a 117-92 win over Indiana to win the series in six games. His words were interrupted twice by LeBron James, which nobody minded. "We dont take this for granted," Spoelstra said. "No, sir," James added, nodding. "We do not take it for granted," Spoelstra repeated. "No way," James interjected. "How tough it actually is and how many things have to go our way," Spoelstra continued. "Four times, you guys who havent been here with us the whole time, you guys inherit everything that weve experienced." Only six current Heat players appeared in the 2011 post-season, Miamis first of the "Big 3" era and the last in which it actually lost a series. James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Mario Chalmers, James Jones and Udonis Haslem are the last holdovers. Battier and Norris Cole arrived after the 2011 finals loss. Ray Allen, Chris Andersen and Rashard Lewis -- all playing huge roles these days for Miami -- came after the first title run of this Heat era in 2012.dddddddddddd The core of last seasons title squad, with the exception of amnestied Mike Miller, was back to try it again this time around. Even with all that talent, with that championship experience, Spoelstra knew a tone had to be immediately set when the season began. "What I was really encouraged about was our attendance and commitment in training camp in the Bahamas," Spoelstra said. "Right from there, and we communicated during the summer that, if were real about this, about how difficult that journey is, that you cannot shortcut, that we would show it immediately in training camp." Theyre still showing it now. Miami is 12-3 in these playoffs, 8-0 at home, and has won a road game in 15 straight post-season series. The Heat will need to extend that streak to win the NBA Finals; the Spurs will hold home-court advantage. "Obviously, going through the weeks and weeks and weeks and grinding months of a regular season, it was a toll on all of us," James said. "But I felt like down the stretch, if we could get healthy, we could get everyone in uniform and have our full strength, it didnt matter what seed we were. I felt like we can represent the Eastern Conference again in the finals if we had the health, and we were able to accomplish that." At times, like Friday night, they make winning look easy. Collectively, they insist its much harder than it appears. "You still have to go out and do it every single night," Allen said. "Its the toughest thing Ive ever done and I guarantee the guys in this locker room would say the same thing." Only the Lakers and Celtics have appeared in four straight finals, with Boston (1984-87) the last to do so. Wade was 5 when that run ended, James was 2, and Cole, Michael Beasley and Greg Oden hadnt even been born. Now the Heat are in that club. And regarding what Spoelstra said in that first-day conversation, the point of his words then has become perfectly clear to his team now. "Having a chance to win is always a special thing," Bosh said. "We always talk about not taking it for granted from Day One. We know its a very long season. It has its rewards in the end if we stick together and do what were supposed to do. But it hasnt really hit us yet. I would rather it hit me in two weeks." 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