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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    Their only gameplan is hot potato. So much for Rennies vaunted attacking patterns
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    And thats the downside of having a gumboot lock playing 6. Butchered it
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    Straight lack of effort
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    Well unless Donaldson turned Ginger overnight he wasn’t playing 10 at the back end of the season
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    Wallabies 2022 (towards 2023)

    Hasn't Rennie been spouting about how much depth he's built though?
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    The crucial penalty he gave away last week was tackling a man in the air when it was 10-10 and Ireland were under the pump Dude is a handbrake
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    But Donaldson doesnt play 10 for the Tahs
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    Because Rennie is a bad selector
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    at this stage I’m certain Rennie just picks Gordon as a gee up. He can’t seriously believe he’s a world class 9
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    Australian Rugby / Rugby Australia

    Its not as transferable as one would think. Football players is all about explosiveness. Plays only last 10 seconds max and then they stop again. Ten minutes into a game of Rugby they would need to be replaced
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    Exactly With a 30% win record, maybe we shouldn't be so convinced these current roles players have are the correct ones for them or the team
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    To be honest, they well overdo the crash ball stuff with Valetini anyway. Becomes super predictable for defences. Samu's footwork is what we need
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    Wallabies v Ireland, Sun 20th Nov 7am AEDT

    Why not. We have tried all the "superstar" coaches to very little success. Why would Robinson be any different to Deans & Rennie? We need to back young Aussie coaches because throughout our entire history they are the only ones that have won anything at either domestic or international level...
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    Wallabies v Wales, Principality Stadium, Sun 27th November, 2.15am AEST

    The test match is what we have to lose Believe it or not, winning is the reason professional rugby teams take the field
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    Wallabies v Ireland, Sun 20th Nov 7am AEDT

    But we didn't win. Just like we didn't beat Italy, just like we didn't win the Bledisloe for the 20th straight year, just like we didn't win a series vs England at home This game in a vacuum isn't the issue. I's the totality of everything.
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    Wallabies v Ireland, Sun 20th Nov 7am AEDT

    Never Rennies fault
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    Wallabies 2022 (towards 2023)

    South Africa have real power in world rugby, Australia don't
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    Wallabies v Ireland, Sun 20th Nov 7am AEDT

    To be fair results would say we already have a substandard coach
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    Wallabies v Ireland, Sun 20th Nov 7am AEDT

    It's about setting in place performance standards Keeping the status quo simply tells everyone in Australian rugby that is fine to lose, there are no expectations and no consequences
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    Wallabies v Ireland, Sun 20th Nov 7am AEDT

    Rennie gets to keep his job because simply because he has made such a mess of it no other coach would want to touch it. Haha you couldn't make this stuff up It's dire either way. Glad they players are proud of themselves though
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