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Souths Sydney Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire slams Bunker and 'rugby union rules' after loss to Brisbane Broncos

An incensed Souths coach Michael Maguire has scolded the NRL's multi-million bunker and claimed he would call Wallabies coach Michael Cheika to brush up on the rules of rugby union after two..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Jake Gordon focused on Waratahs, not potential Wallabies showdown with Nick Phipps

Waratahs halfback Jake Gordon says he is trying not to think about a potential Wallabies selection showdown with teammate Nick Phipps later in the year following his invitation to a camp by national..
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

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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

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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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ARU will act swiftly to reassure players of future - Cheika

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has moved to reassure Australian players concerned about their futures as Super Rugby prepares for cuts next season, promising to act swiftly to help..
SBS

Michael Cheika backs Wallabies captain Stephen Moore to regain form before Test season

Embattled Wallabies captain Stephen Moore will rediscover his form in time for the June Test series, according to Michael Cheika.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Majority of axed Super Rugby players will be accommodated, says Michael Cheika

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says the ARU will make sure all but a handful of players from the yet-to-be-named axed team will be found a new home in Super Rugby.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wallabies captain told to lift his game

Wallabies captain Stephen Moore has been told to lift his game, with Michael Cheika refusing to guarantee the hooker a start for Australia's first Test of 2017.
SBS

Haylett-Petty going nowhere, says Cheika

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is confident Dane Haylett-Petty will transition to another Australian franchise if the Western Force are cut from Super Rugby.
SBS

Ned Hanigan considered winding up Michael Cheika after being invited to Wallabies catch-up

"I sort of thought about just responding: 'Oh, nah mate, it's all right'."
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cheika gets the best out of me: Beale

Kurtley Beale says Wallabies coach Michael Cheika gets the best out of him and was instrumental in his decision to return from England
SBS

Wallabies coach Cheika woos Beale with more senior role

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia coach Michael Cheika has dangled the carrot of a more senior role for Kurtley Beale in the Wallabies set-up if the playmaker is prepared to come home early from England.
SBS

Beale '50-50 chance' to come home

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has hinted at an upgraded role for gifted back Kurtley Beale but rates him just a 50-50 chance of returning from England
SBS

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika hints at No.12 for Kurtley Beale if he leaves Wasps

Kurtley Beale has a big decision to make and Michael Cheika appears to have just upped the stakes.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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