The former Les Bleus head coach joins Brian O'Driscoll and Off The Ball on Newstalk tonight
It's been four months since Philippe Saint Andre last coached the France national side, with the final act being Les Bleus' quarter-final defeat to eventual champions New Zealand.
The 48-year-old is in Dublin today and tonight he joins Brian O'Driscoll and Off The Ball on Newstalk for an in-depth interview which will also take in a playing career of brilliance in the blue of France.
Yesterday, we had a look at France's tradition of flair, but let's take a closer look at Saint-Andre's own contribution to that.
A winner of 69 test caps as a centre and wing for France, the ex-Toulon and Sale star scored 32 international tries for his country - the third highest of all time for France behind Serge Blanco and Vincent Clerc.
First off, there's this slick try against England in 1991.
And he was the one who kickstarted France's famous "try from the end of the world" against New Zealand in 1994 with the first charge from deep: