Mark McCall (born 29 November 1967 in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland) is an Irish former rugby union player and current Director of Rugby (DoR) of Saracens F.C. While DoR for Saracens the team has won the English Premiership Rugby competition five times and the European Cup three times. He played 13 times for the Ireland national rugby union team, making his debut against New Zealand on 30 May 1992 as a substitute.
McCall (nicknamed "Smally") played a Five Nations match against Wales in 1994, and came off the bench to play against England in 1996 as well as Australia later that year. He played four times in 1997; against New Zealand, Canada and twice against Italy. He also played against Scotland and England in the 1998 Five Nations, finishing his career later that year with two matches against South Africa. His entire thirteen match career went without him scoring a single point internationally. He scored more than 100 points for his club career. He was forced to retire as a player at the age of 31 due to a prolapsed disc.McCall then coached Ulster and won the Celtic League (now the Pro14) in 2006, with a brief spell at Castres before moving to Saracens.
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