Wallabies coach spoke to the press after the All Blacks decided not to leave for Perth
A few hours away from New Zealand Federation decision – In accordance with the new Auckland government rulings – Not sending the All Blacks to Perth for the Wallabies match on August 28 (the third of the Bledisloe Cup and the second day of the Rugby Championship), Dave Rennie, head coach of Australia, has spared no criticism of the decision and behavior of his countrymen (in rugby) in the years Recent, at a press conference
“I’m really angry. I feel that only one of the two teams was interested in doing what could have been better for the match. But I’m not surprised,” he made his Glasgow debut.
“The way they have behaved in these two years has been really disappointing, since I was on the other side of the fence (Renee from New Zealand, editor). New Zealand Rugby’s attitude to not honoring its commitments is really disappointing,” he continued, before stressing aside. One aspect of the story shocked him in particular.
“We’re committed to going (to New Zealand, editor) this year, they’ve committed to coming here. They didn’t respect the whole thing and didn’t even have the respect to consult Rugby Australia on such a decision,” Renee detailed how “the boys found out even via social media.” “.
In short, the situation that the Wallabies coach has not yet accepted, is now waiting to understand how the tournament will develop and what kind of action will be taken against this black “absence”.
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