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Rugby World Cup Daily podcast: Cheika quits as Wallabies face overhaul

The Age Sunday, 20 October 2019
In the wash-up after the Wallabies exit from the World Cup, Michael Cheika has made good on his promise to quit if they didn't succeed.
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