The Wallabies coach Michael Cheika opines that Australia rugby needs higher intensity for them to attain that innovative tag they were known for.
The coach agrees with former Wallaby Rod Kafer who tasked the team on finding the right mechanism to succeed in the game today.
Kafer made the comments after being appointed into the coaching development position at Australian Rugby Union. Kafer said Australian sides were known for their innovation and creativity but that they were now too structured and predictable.
“The key from that attack perspective is more about the speed and intensity of it as well, being able to deliver that creativity at high speed,” Cheika said. Continue reading AUSTRALIA RUGBY CREATIVITY NEED MORE INTENSITY