New Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has hinted he could not keep after the 2023 Rugby World Cup, with the New Zealander suggesting it will be higher to have an Australian in cost sooner or later.
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The 56-year-old took cost this month after seeing out his commitments with the Glasgow Warriors. He changed Michael Cheika who departed following the nation’s disappointing 2019 World Cup quarter-final exit.
No different Australian coach was obtainable or thought of as much as the duty, with Rennie appointed to elevate the Wallabies from their lowly seventh world rating and assist groom a successor.
“I am not sure,” he informed The Australian newspaper on Monday when requested if he deliberate to be round for the 2027 World Cup, which Australia are eager to host.
“The perfect situation is that the subsequent coach is Australian and there must be some thought round that. If there may be somebody able to go after the (2023) World Cup, which may be in the very best pursuits of Australian rugby.
“You’ll be able to’t assume too far forward on this sport,” added Rennie, who’s on deal that takes him to the subsequent World Cup.
“I am totally dedicated to the (2023) World Cup however what occurs past that … there must be an emphasis round figuring out and creating different coaches to teach Australia.”
The Wallabies have virtually solely had Australians in cost, with New Zealander Robbie Deans the final foreigner on the helm, for 5 years from 2008.
With the coronavirus pandemic inflicting chaos with the worldwide calendar, Rennie continues to be undecided when his first sport might be.
Within the meantime, he has been carefully following Tremendous Rugby AU, the home Australian competitors that changed the southern hemisphere match after it was shut down due to Covid-19 in March.
With three rounds full, he was impressed with the standard of final weekend’s video games, notably a number of the new expertise on present corresponding to Brumbies centre Noah Lolesio and Waratahs flyhalf Will Harrison.
“There’s a lot to love about each these younger boys,” he stated, including that “it’s a good mix of skilled guys who’re taking part in good footy in the intervening time and a few actually good youngsters coming by”.