Waratahs coach Michael Cheika confirmed on Monday he has been offered the Wallabies coaching job left vacant by the resignation of Ewen McKenzie, saying it was "humbling".
Every effort should be made to keep McKenzie in Australian rugby following his shock resignation, says Eddie Jones.
Kieran Read could see the pain the Wallabies’ players eyes and had no regrets.
Ewen McKenzie has made his exit from the game but may have left a lasting World Cup legacy in the form of Karmichael Hunt, with the Reds signing revealing a long chat with the former Australian coach convinced him he could become a Wallaby.
It doesn't really matter if you think ARU chief executive Bill Pulver should be sacked. If you think he's a glorified spectator. An L-Plater in sports administration. The wrong man for the job. Of far greater importance is what Michael Cheika thinks of him.
In the provinces, murmurs of discontent are slowly being drowned out by the rattling of sabres.
Ewen McKenzie resigned as Wallabies coach on Saturday, telling Australian Rugby Union boss Bill Pulver he believed he could not maintain the respect of the playing group and support staff.
Injured Australian captain Stephen Moore has expressed his shock and sadness at Ewen McKenzie quitting as Wallabies coach.
The next Wallabies coach has to be Michael Cheika. He has the track record, the ambition and precisely the kind of schtick the Wallabies need right now.
Waratahs coach has received the tick of approval from a number of former Australian players.
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