Henry Miers

What is your coaching background and what made you want to coach?

I played rugby for over 30 years and when I retired from playing I wanted to remain involved with the game. I was lucky enough to coach a couple of local teams for a while, which led to coaching the Ontario Men’s Team, the Eastern Canada Men’s Team, and the Assistant Coach for the Canada Wolverines Team during the World Cup Qualifiers.

What is your coaching philosophy or style?

I like to try to get the best out of each player, and in doing so, get the best out of the team. I feel it is extremely important that the players really feel part of the team and the team identity and that they are fully invested in playing for each other.

What is the biggest lesson you’ve learned as a coach and how does it shape the way you will run the Wolfpack?

Coach the team with the players you have, not the players you want to have.

If you could have dinner with any legendary player or coach, from any sport, who would it be and why?

Andy Farrell, because he was one of the best to ever play league but has also become one of the best rugby union coaches.

What's your go-to game day tune?

Shoot to Thrill by AC/DC.

What is your message to the fans?

Looking forward to seeing them coming back to the Den in numbers and creating the amazing atmosphere that was the envy of every league the Wolfpack played in.


Toronto Wolfpack Thank Fans for Incredible Journey

While we will not erase any of the fantastic, historic and positive achievements of Wolfpack, Team Wolfpack promises that together we will make new great memories on our journey together.