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Latu not fit enough for Test footy: Cheika

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says promising young hooker Tolu Latu won't get another chance at Test level until he improves his fitness.
SBS

Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson throws support behind alignment of conditioning programs

NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson says it is difficult for Michael Cheika and Stephen Moore to declare Super Rugby players are not fit enough when they come into Wallabies camp but has thrown his full..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: England coach shrugs off toughest pool for rugby World Cup 2019

England coach shrugs off toughest pool for rugby World Cup 2019 01:15

SHOWS: KYOTO, JAPAN (MAY 10, 2017)(REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ENGLAND'S NATIONAL RUGBY TEAM HEAD COACH, EDDIE JONES, SAYING: "You think it's difficult. We are excited..
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News video: Reaction: Australia's Michael Cheika on RWC 2019 pool draw

Reaction: Australia's Michael Cheika on RWC 2019 pool draw 01:01

Australia coach Michael Cheika reaction to Rugby World Cup draw
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Laugh at me all you want but we can beat the All Blacks, says Michael Cheika

Michael Cheika is adamant the Wallabies can beat the All Blacks and break a 15-year Bledisloe Cup drought. But if you happen to find yourself laughing at the Australian coach, he doesn't blame you.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wallabies paying the price for Super Rugby's sins

Michael Cheika's gripes about fitness are valid, but they are not new and it is just one area where the national coach is fighting with one hand tied behind his back.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Don't laugh, Wallabies can beat NZ: Cheika

Michael Cheika says the Wallabies can beat New Zealand despite a poor June international series that ended with a lucky win against Italy.
SBS

Wallabies June series 2017: Waratah Jack Dempsey in line for Test debut

NSW Waratahs back-rower Jack Dempsey is set to make his Wallabies debut after Michael Cheika finalised Australia's bench for their showdown with Italy in Brisbane.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Higginbotham at Test rugby crossroad again

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has dumped Scott Higginbotham for not producing enough impact at No.8.
SBS

Moore included among six Wallabies changes to face Italy

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia captain Stephen Moore will return to the starting line-up in a new-look forwards unit for the weekend test against Italy at Lang Park in Brisbane, as coach Michael Cheika..
SBS

Moore returns as Cheika rings changes

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made six changes to his side for Saturday's Test against Italy in Brisbane, headed by the return of captain Stephen Moore.
SBS

Rob Horne earns Wallabies recall as Michael Cheika wields axe for Italy match

Michael Cheika has delivered on his promise there would be changes for the Wallabies' clash with Italy, with six new players named in a revamped starting XV, including Rob Horne and Stephen Moore.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cheika talks to angry fan after drunken post goes viral

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia coach Michael Cheika contacted a disgruntled Wallabies fan whose social media critique of the team's performance in the loss to Scotland on Saturday struck a chord with..
SBS

Cheika speaks with viral rugby fan

Michael Cheika has spoken with the supporter whose Facebook post slamming the Wallabies for their loss to Scotland went viral.
SBS

Michael Cheika speaks to viral rugby fan, admits he raised valid concerns

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika admits the supporter whose social media critique of the team went viral rose some relevant issues and said he shared the same emotions.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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