Sydney – Jake Gwyn have offered to replace undermined Michael Cheika like
Wallabies coach and he had to have a telephone connection with Australian rugby
On Thursday, but it was canceled after the call news was dropped.
South African, who has been driving Springboks to the World Rugby Cup 2007
Title, to the governing body after winning only four of them
their 13 Tests this year.
Raelene, the Australian Rugby Chief Executive, repeatedly said
Cheika is still being supported to take the team to the World Cup
in Japan next year, that is when his contract runs out.
But mounting pressures ended after their defeat 37-18 by
Last weekend England, with calls intensifying for change of protection. Yes
following a seamless loss to Wales and a victory over Italy.
The telephone call was to assess what White was – before Brumbies
coach – offered as an alternative, but it was busy
is called after being dropped to the media.
"Jake White contacted Rugby Australia and asked to get it
convert, "said a UK spokesman at AFP.
"Australian rugby decided not to
to proceed with the call. "
Gwyn has expressed the wish of an Australian coach after that
is being ignored for the post in favor of Ewen McKenzie in 2013.
The Australian Rugby Board is due to meet regularly on December 10
end of season review where the future of Cheika, which is currently
Europe, and a training team being discussed.
Many Wallabies have called for a change in the Probation set
after their worst year since 1995, including Matt Burke's reimbursement
He said their competitors were no longer considering the team.
"I believe that that respect factor has gone. We're down (sixth) in the world, we started at No. 3 at the beginning of the year," he said.