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03:43  20 november  2019
03:43  20 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Wallabies key target Eddie Jones interested in coaching South Sydney, report

  Wallabies key target Eddie Jones interested in coaching South Sydney, report Wallabies key target Eddie Jones interested in coaching South Sydney, reportThe former Wallabies mentor, who last coached Australia in 2005 and took them to the 2003 finale on home soil, has been strongly linked with a return to the role, following Michael Cheika's sudden departure.

Rugby Australia has confirmed the appointment of Dave Rennie as Michael Cheika’ s successor as head coach of the Wallabies .

New Zealand born Dave Rennie has been appointed as the Wallabies new coach for at least four years as the team heads toward the next Rugby If you can't beat them Wallabies appoint a KIWI to coach to replace Michael Cheika after World Cup failure. Rugby Australia appointed New Zealand

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 16: Glasgow Warriors Head Coach Dave Rennie looks on during the Heineken Champions Cup Round 1 match between Glasgow Warriors and Sale Sharks at Scotstoun Stadium on November 16, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images) © 2019 Getty Images GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 16: Glasgow Warriors Head Coach Dave Rennie looks on during the Heineken Champions Cup Round 1 match between Glasgow Warriors and Sale Sharks at Scotstoun Stadium on November 16, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images) DAVE RENNIE'S PATH TO THE WALLABIES COACHING JOB

AGE: 55

NATIONALITY: New Zealand

PLAYING CAREER

Club - Upper Hutt RFC (amateur), Provincial - Wellington Lions (59 appearances, 1986-1991), International - Cook Islands XV (1 appearance, 1990)

COACHING CAREER

Upper Hutt RFC (amateur), Wellington Lions (2000-2002), International Rugby Academy of New Zealand (2003-2007), Manawatu (2005-2011), New Zealand Under 20's (2008-2010), Waikato Chiefs (2012-2017), Glasgow Warriors (2017-2020)

MAJOR COACHING SUCCESS

2x Super Rugby titles (2012, 2013)

3x Junior World Championship wins (2008, 2009, 2010)

1x National Provincial Championship win (2000)

Mehrtens tips Rennie to revive Wallabies .
Former All Blacks star Andrew Mehrtens suspects New Zealand rugby chiefs won't be impressed about the Wallabies' benefiting from Dave Rennie's intelligence.Mehrtens expects Rennie to leave no stone unturned in his quest to revive the Wallabies, even tipping the meticulous mentor to reach out to Michael Cheika for possible pointers.

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