It won’t be easy for Renee to deliver the best XV in the three games against Scotland, England and Wales: the absences are too many
There is no peace in Australian rugby, which after a satisfactory rugby championship finish found itself in second place struggling with significant splits ahead of the Tour in Europe. Quad Cooper turned down the possibility of playing in November against Scotland, England and Wales, prompting the choice with a desire to rest as the Japanese season began. Thus, number 10 in Australia will be available to Kintetsu Liners, an option also made (in recent days) by Samu Kerevi and Sean McMahon for Suntory Sungoliath.
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Given how much Cooper and Kerivy in particular have done in the tournament, this would surely put Dave Rainey in trouble, who must also dump the injured Hodge and Korobyt from among their backs, who called himself for family reasons, but above all angered Rugby australia.
Andy Marinos, FFA chief executive, speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald, said he was “very disappointed” with Kerivy and McMahon, and now we can also review the famous ghetto rule: So far, in fact, among players who don’t. Playing in Australia, they can be called up to the national team only those who have collected at least 60 matches and played 7 seasons in Super Rugby.
According to the Australian press, the federation’s board may soon amend this rule to help the team, Rainey said, is currently too short.
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