I predicted that McKenzie would resign a week ago, it was the only course open to a man with any integrity. It speaks volumes for the man. Beale was just the class clown who got caught doing what others were thinking. Quade Cooper was right, years ago, when he said that the culture of the Wallabies playing group is toxic. McKenzie has done nothing wrong, he may not yet realise it, but the reason for his resignation is to benefit the long-term reputation of the Wallabies. When the mothers of little boys playing in the junior ranks of the rugby heartlands of Sydney and Brisbane wake up to read the District Court judge's verdict on Bealegate, they will want to know what the ARU is going to do next. The main problem at the moment with the Wallabies, is a player revolt led by the senior leadership of the playing group. What the players are yet to realise is that, if they get their own way, there will be a widespread fan revolt against the playing group. Which is why the ARU, if they are well advised, will appoint Jake White to the top job. If they appoint Cheikka, the playing group will have got what they wanted, and the exodus of fans will begin. For me, the Wallabies are presently unwatchable. I cannot support this team, and I won't until the appropriate actions have been taken by the ARU. Hooper cannot be Capt., and Ashley-Cooper cannot be vice captain.