Tim Horan (67)
The key culprits without any shadow of a doubt are Clynne and the ARU board. Tew is next. Whatever you Kiwis are thinking, we in Aus need to be ready to move on. Will Castle have the balls? Another Kiwi at the helm? And actually the answer there is unknown. Either way, Kiwis choose to help Aus through this mess, no, not to myopic Super/Kiwi requirements, but to Aus requirements - the Aus market requirements, or you end up on your own. Personally I’d prefer that to be an Aus decision. Which is unlikely. Result, for NZ, is the same. No Aussie rugby partner. One way forward has reasonable prorugby in Aus. The other, Kiwi way, leaves rugby here dead. And Tew very much is involved.