Scrum-half Alby Mathewson’s future at Munster is uncertain as his short term contract with the province is set to end soon.
With Munster tipped to sign two South African players next season, the club may be forced to offload Non-qualified Irish players, and Mathewson could be first to see the exit.
Speaking at a press conference today in Limerick, the Kiwi gave an emotional response when speaking about his time at Munster so far and the uncertain future that lies ahead for him:
“I knew that coming here that it was only a short-time move and from four months it has been over a year now,”
“The long and short of it is I’m not too sure. I’ve enjoyed it here, I’d love to stay. I started the campaign but I know the position and it’s tricky.
“Whatever happens, happens. It’s a tough situation. I’ve moved around a bit. This is tougher without having my family here.
Alby Mathewson on the win over Cardiff and his time with Munster
Alby Mathewson on the PRO14 Rugby win over Cardiff Blues and enjoying every minute with the province. You can really see what the province means to him.Posted by Sporting Limerick on Tuesday, November 5, 2019