Australian rugby great David Campese says the Wallabies need to reinvent themselves and can't have their style of play dictated to them by the All Blacks.
With the opening Bledisloe Cup test just a week away, the always thoughtful Campese had some interesting views on the looming Sydney match and the worrying state of Australian rugby in general when he joined a Fox Sports' rugby podcast.
Campese, who was part of a golden era of Wallabies rugby that saw them enjoy regular wins over the All Blacks, including their crowning glory at the 1991 World Cup, hoped the current side could learn a thing or two from the great teams he was part of.
David Campese is concerned that the Wallabies have become too reliant on the sole attacking skills of Kurtley Beale and need to present more dangers.
The Wallabies will host the All Blacks at 10.05pm next Saturday in Sydney.
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