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Australia coach Michael Cheika states it is too early to choose whether he will resign following his side’s defeat by England at the World Cup quarter-final.
England comprehensively defeat the Wallabies 40-16 on Saturday in Oita.
Cheika, who directed them into the final in 2015 and took over in 2014 as Australia coach, said he’d walk away when his contract ends if his side didn’t win the World Cup.
“If the time comes, I’ll tell them,” he explained.
“They don’t have to understand today.”
When requested in his post-match interview if he had been planning to stop, he said journalists must”consider people’s feelings for a moment”.
“I arrived here with a single idea in my mind about winning here and that thought has vanished today,” he added.
Two attempts in the first half of Jonny May and additional scores for Kyle Sinckler along with Anthony Watson in the next shot England to their first.
The Wallabies had been put by marika Koroibete in an stage after half-time and they had a chance close soon after Sinckler’s attempt but the ball turned over.
“I feel very disappointed,” Cheika said. “I imagine most of Australians will be.
“We were simply not clinical enough to finish off chances and they defended very well.
“Sometimes you’ve just got to suck on up that and put it to use. That is life.”
The match will also likely be the Test for Australia back David Pocock and scrum-half May Genia who said they would retire after the World Cup.
Captain Michael Hooper stated it’s”pretty gutting” not to win for the outgoing players along with Australia lovers.
“We’re really mad,” the flanker said.
“We emptied what into this and did not get it which is pretty gutting for a great deal of reasons.
“Firstly, lots of our guys are leaving and, secondly, we have had a wonderful support base to push us together.
“To not be able to do it for them and ourselves is fairly gutting.”
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