Barrett has enlisted David Furner, Mick Potter, Craig Sandercock, David Tangata-Toa, and All Blacks former Coach Steve Hansen. So he has all bases covered. Throw in a club that is licensed to print money with one of the most sophisticated coaching facilities that Des equipped with the latest technology/toys and you have the formula for success. The real question is what real coaching role will Barrett really be doing? Perhaps he will be responsible for carrying their clip boards, and the team building sessions at his ew favorite watering hole with the selected few player's he likes? One thing is for certain if he fails this time he can not blame lack of chairs, equipment, facilities etc.