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Simmons keen to for Wallaby redemption

In and out of Michael Cheika's Wallabies team last year, Queensland Reds lock Rob Simmons admits he has a point to prove this season.
SBS

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika trusts 'gut feel' on Brumbies scrum-half Joe Powell

​After plucking him out of wilderness for Wallabies duty last year, Michael Cheika believes Joe Powell can be the silver lining to the Brumbies' injury misfortune and push for a possible Test debut..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: Jones on war of words

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England head coach Eddie Jones has laughed off criticism from Australia's boss Michael Cheika. The Aussie head coach accused Jones of having a "chip on his shoulder" ahead of Saturday's clash at..
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News video: Cheika focused on England game, not Jones

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Australian head coach Michael Cheika looks to move on from his war of words with England counterpart Eddie Jones as the Wallabies gear up for their season finale at Twickenham.
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News video: All Blacks Beat Rivals And Set World Record

All Blacks Beat Rivals And Set World Record 00:35

The All Blacks have have had a streak dominance as they have set the world record of 18 straight test wins. this was set after their victory over the Wallabies in the third Bledisloe Cup game of the..
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News video: Wallabies look to stop the rot against Boks in Brisbane

Wallabies look to stop the rot against Boks in Brisbane 00:52

Australian coach Michael Cheika and captain Stephen Moore are determined to end a run of seven defeats when the Wallabies take on South Africa's Springboks in Brisbane.
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News video: Wallabies cry foul after defeat by All Blacks

Wallabies cry foul after defeat by All Blacks 01:32

Wallabies coach Michael complains about referee Romain Poite after 29-9 defeat by All Blacks in Rugby Championship
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Wallabies coach Michael Cheika to open talks to bring Kurtley Beale back to Australian Super Rugby side

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will soon start preparing his bid to bring former NSW Waratahs star Kurtley Beale back home.
The Age

Cheika to open talks to bring Beale home

Michael Cheika says he wants Wallabies playmaker Kurtley Beale back in Super Rugby and will attempt to lure him home when the English season ends in May.
SBS

Cheika surprised by Horne's move abroad

Michael Cheika admits he was surprised to see Rob Horne sign a deal in England that will make him ineligible to play for the Wallabies past this year.
SBS

Michael Cheika hints that Rob Horne could play for Wallabies in June

Michael Cheika tried every trick in the book to keep Rob Horne in Australian rugby and is surprised he has decided to leave at the "peak of his career", but hinted his Wallabies career might not be..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michael Cheika says rugby State of Origin needs to be a unique product

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is open to the idea of a rugby State of Origin match being used as a genuine selection battle for Australian players but says it needs to be unique rather than a carbon..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cheika buzzing on tens, Super prospects

Michael Cheika is expecting "across the board" improvement in Australian rugby this year ahead of the season-launching Brisbane Global Tens this weekend.
SBS

Michael Cheika not expecting an apology from New Zealand Rugby after bugging inference

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he doesn't expect an apology from New Zealand Rugby for what he believes was a "ridiculous" inference that someone from Australia planted a listening device in an..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold: My performance wasn't good enough

Graham Arnold has revealed that he turned to Wayne Bennett, Trent Robinson and Michael Cheika after Sydney FC missed the finals in the 2015-16 A-League season.
Brisbane Times

My performance wasn't good enough: Graham Arnold

Graham Arnold has revealed that he turned to Wayne Bennett, Trent Robinson and Michael Cheika after Sydney FC missed the finals in the 2015-16 A-League season.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Higginbotham still hopeful of Test recall

Returning Queensland Reds rugby forward Scott Higginbotham says he doesn't know if he's in Michael Cheika's Wallabies plans this year.
SBS


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