The fly-half wants to treat himself to a new World Series adventure with the Wallabies
Quade Cooper has set his goal: to be part of Australia’s squad for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. The football-half spoke about his journey within the Wallabies to the official FA website.
Australia, Quad Cooper’s View
“After recovering from the Achilles injury – said the attacking midfielder – that I played last Saturday against South Africa was only the third game. I can’t wait to get a new chance, perhaps as early as next weekend against Argentina.”
Then he added: “The field is where I have to be and I would like to be. The injury was severe, in the past I would have given up, but now the motivation is making me want more.”
“South Africa, Argentina or other opponents? Right now it doesn’t make any difference to me, I have to think about doing my best to get all my energy back and be useful to the team.”
Two-time world champions coach Eddie Jones has announced that the Wallabies lineup will be available from Thursday: Kerefe is likely to replace Rhys Hodge, in the forward line department, with Cooper having a good chance of confirmation. Despite the clear defeat of Australia against South Africa.
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