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Video: Ulster Rugby honour Munster coach Anthony Foley

Ulster's Director of Rugby Les Kiss has admitted he is still trying to "get his head around" the sudden death of Munster coach Anthony Foley.

The 42-year-old died in Paris last weekend after a heart condition caused a build-up of fluid in his lungs.

Speaking at a press conference in Belfast ahead of Ulster's Champions Cup game this weekend, the Ulster boss said plans were well underway to have a tribute plaque placed in the away team dressing room at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast in time for Munster's visit next week.

He also said a group of players - including Irish captain Rory Best - would be travelling down to Munster on Thursday to pay their respects - and that other players and officials would be attending Mr Foley's funeral on Friday.

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