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Australia coach Michael Cheika says it is too early to decide whether he will resign following his side’s defeat by England in the World Cup quarter-final.
England defeat the Wallabies 40-16 on Saturday in Oita.
Cheika, who led them to the closing in 2015 and shot as Australia coach in 2014, said a year ago when his contract ends this season when his side didn’t win the World Cup he’d walk away.
“When the time comes, I’ll tell them,” he said.
“They do not have to understand today.”
When asked in their own post-match interview if he had been planning to quit, he said journalists should”think about people’s feelings for a minute”.
“I arrived here with a single thought in my mind about winning here and thought has just disappeared today,” he further added.
Two attempts in the first half of Jonny May and scores for Kyle Sinckler along with Anthony Watson at the next shot England for 12 decades to their.
Marika Koroibete had put the Wallabies within a stage shortly after Sinckler’s try, plus they had an opportunity close to the England try-line soon however, the jolt turned over the ball.
“I feel really disappointed,” Cheika said. “I imagine all Australians will soon be.
“We’re simply not clinical enough to complete off opportunities and they defended well.
“Sometimes you have just got to suck that up and wear it. That’s life.”
The match will also probably be the last Evaluation for scrum-half Will Genia and Australia back row David Pocock who said they’d retire from internationals following the World Cup.
Captain Michael Hooper stated it’s”pretty gutting” to not win for its outgoing players and Australia lovers.
“We’re really mad,” that the flanker said.
“We emptied what to the and didn’t get it which is quite gutting for a lot of factors.
“Firstly, lots of our men are departing and, second, we have had a fantastic service base to push us along.
“To be unable to get it done for them and ourselves is pretty gutting.”
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