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Cheika resign as Wallaby coach

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LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 10: Michael Cheika (Head Coach) of Australia during the Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool A match between Australia and Wales at Twickenham Stadium on October 10, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Steve Haag/Hollywoodbets)

Michael Cheika has decided to quit his job as the Wallabies head coach.

He did not want to answer reporters on Saturday on the same but confirmed on Sunday that he would no longer coach the national side.

Cheika also said he had “no relationship” with Rugby Australia chief executive Raelene Castle and chairman Cameron Clyne.

“It is no secret I have no relationship with the CEO and not much with the chairman,” Cheika said.

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  1. Difficult customer. Always a whinge at the ref IR someone else – I don’t have much sympathy.

    Think he did something’s right but not really a balanced enough coach.

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  2. Cheika & AC oughta be put up on a Big Brother-esque reality show called “Roomies”.
    Supersport should produce/broadcast/syndicate it.

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