Dave Rennie arrived at Scotstoun in the summer of 2017, leading the Warriors to a Guinness Pro14 semi-final in his first campaign in charge.
The New Zealander was chosen as the replacement for Scotland-bound Gregor Townsend having consistently impressed in
Super Rugby, having led the Chiefs to consecutive titles in 2012 and 2013 and winning significant praise for his team's brand of attacking rugby.
His rugby philosophy made an immediate impact at Scotstoun, as Glasgow went unbeaten at home during the 2017/18 Guinness Pro14 regular season.
The man from Lower Hutt also led New Zealand’s under-20s to three world titles in a row between 2008 and 2010, overseeing the development of players such as Aaron Cruden and Julian Savea. A qualified school teacher, Rennie is also a keen landscape gardener.
Date of birth: 22/11/63
Glasgow Debut: 2017
Place of birth: Lower Hutt, New Zealand