Michael Cheika stands down as Australia rugby coach

The five-year tenure as Australia head trainer of michael Cheika will be over after he chose not to seek reappointment following the Wallabies Rugby World Cup depart.
Cheika had previously said he would step down if Australia did not improve on their rush but flocked to reporters asking after Saturdays 40-16 defeat at Oita to England.
Together with all the 52-year-olds contract expiring at the conclusion of the championship, the death from the role of Cheika is instantaneous.
I got asked the question at the media conference, you would have been there and listening, about whats likely to happen going forward and at the time I wasnt keen to answer but I always knew the answer in my mind, I only wished to talk to my buddy and tell a couple of folks up there about it, Cheika said.
I place my chips in earlier in the year I told folks no win, no play.
So, I am the type of man who is always going to back exactly that which he says and that I knew from the last whistle but I only wanted to give it that bit of time to cool , speak with my folks and then make it clear.
New Zealander Dave Rennie, the former coach of current Glasgow Warriors supervisor and the Waikato Chiefs, has been linked with the post in the media.

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