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Add a host of ball playing breakaways like Ryan Wilson and Adam Ashe and suddenly the way forward becomes clear – just don’t expect Glasgow to throw the ball about willy nilly.

It is in the forwards where the one-time centre Rennie may make the biggest impact.

Before Rennie arrived at the Chiefs the franchise was New Zealand’s equivalent of Edinburgh, well almost.

Every season they flattered to deceive, showing glimpses of what they could do but rarely mixing it with the big boys at the sharp end of Super Rugby.

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He will tweak things here and there but Rennie will almost certainly stick with a hard, fast, ball-in-hand style of play because he already has a significant Super Rugby cohort within his squad, not least fellow Kiwi coach Jason O’Halloran who Rennie briefly coached as a player.At the beginning of each episode, the ten male contestants would come out on the stage and introduce themselves to the audience, and from these first impressions the audience would eliminate the three least popular guys.At the end of each round, members of the entirely female audience voted for their favourite man using a remote control device and the least popular male was eliminated.The Chiefs had managed a 46 per cent winning margin before his arrival, in the six seasons under Rennie they notched 68 per cent which is, coincidentally, exactly Gregor Townsend’s winning margin in five years of Pro12 rugby with Glasgow.The question is, how did Rennie work his magic on the Chiefs and can he repeat the same trick on a Glasgow side that managed just 11 wins in the league last season, scraping pass marks at 50 per cent?

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