Rugby Australia are unhappy with the Wallabies’ performances in 2018 but will wait for the team’s coach, Michael Cheika, to present to the board before deciding what, if any, changes are required.
That was the word from Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle ahead of the Wallabies’ arrival back in Sydney after a record‑breaking comeback win.
The 45‑34 victory over Argentina appears to have eased pressure on Cheika, which would have reached boiling point if the Wallabies failed to reverse the 31‑7 half‑time deficit.
But questions about the team’s sub‑standard performances this year as a whole remain, and Castle said there was no desire to let one win gloss over that fact.
The All Blacks face Australia in the third Bledisloe Cup clash in Yokohama on October 27th.
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