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Wallabies not happy at being kicked off training field ahead of Scotland game

A phone call from Michael Cheika to the Scottish Rugby Union on Tuesday was not enough to stop the Wallabies from being booted off their training field before the most important training session of the..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Sport24.co.za | Cheika still sweating on swearing probe

Australia coach Michael Cheika was left waiting to find out if he will be punished for his conduct during the Wallabies' 30-6 defeat by England.

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News video: Jones dismisses Cheika claims

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Eddie Jones has dismissed Michael Cheika's claims that England will try to 'bully' Australia at Twickenham on Saturday.
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News video: Australia 'wary' of England back-row

Australia 'wary' of England back-row 00:29

Australia's head coach Michael Cheika praises England's strength in depth ahead of Saturday's second Autumn International.
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Cheika still waiting to hear his fate

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika must wait anotherday to discover if he'll face punishment following his coaching box rant.

Michael Cheika to find out on Tuesday whether he will be investigated over 'cheats' comment

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will find out on Tuesday (UK time) whether he will have to face a three-man disciplinary panel after television cameras appeared to pick him up saying the words 'f***ing..
The Age Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Cheika under investigation after box rant

Michael Cheika faces a nervous wait to learn if he will face punishment following his coaching box outburst during the defeat to England at Twickenham.

The precedent that could see Michael Cheika land in hot water for 'f***ing cheats' remark

Michael Cheika could still be in hot water for his 'f***ing cheats' outburst with a Six Nations disciplinary officer still determining whether the Wallabies coach will be punished for bringing the game..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Eddie Jones says England deserved their victory over Wallabies, excited to go 5-0 over Michael Cheika

Eddie Jones said he felt England deserved their 30-6 win against the Wallabies and expressed his delight at beating Michael Cheika five times in succession by comparing the streak to an Ashes series on..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Michael Cheika says there is no point contacting World Rugby about refereeing decisions

Michael Cheika says there is no point making a complaint to World Rugby about a number of refereeing decisions he believes were incorrect in Australia's biggest ever defeat to England in 108 years.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Michael Cheika loses cool at reporter who asks him about his 'f***ing cheats' comment

Michael Cheika has lost his cool and stormed off from an interview after a reporter questioned the Wallabies coach about the moment he was seen by television cameras saying the words "f***ing cheats"..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Cheika fumes at controversial refereeing decisions as Wallabies beaten 30-6 by England

A spate of controversial refereeing decisions against the Wallabies has seen coach Michael Cheika lose his cool and England continue their dominance over Australia since the World Cup, with Eddie..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

England's Jones upset by Wallabies claims

Eddie Jones has defended young referee Ben O'Keeffe and accused Wallabies coach Michael Cheika of trying to influence the game through the media.

Eddie Jones confident Dwyer and Cheika won't influence referee

England coach Eddie Jones has hit back at Michael Cheika and Bob Dwyer for what he says was an attempt to influence the referee in the upcoming Australia-England Test on Saturday.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Wallabies ready for England onslaught

Michael Cheika has warned the Wallabies to brace themselves for another England ambush against playmaking duo Bernard Foley and Will Genia.

Green light for Adam Coleman as Cheika names unchanged Wallabies XV

Michael Cheika has named an unchanged starting XV to tackle England this weekend that includes second-rower Adam Coleman, who the Wallabies coach said passed a fitness test but is not 100 per cent..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Cheika opts against Hunt for England start

Michael Cheika has resisted the temptation to start Karmichael Hunt in the centres for the Wallabies against England at Twickenham.

Cheika keeps Jones second guessing

Coach Michael Cheika is sweating on the fitness of forward enforcer Adam Coleman as the Wallabies chase a first win over England in five Tests.

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