Wallabies coach Dave Rennie says no off-field changes needed before World Cup

This weekend the Wallabies are conservatively missing 10 key players who will be next year’s World Cup.

Although Rennie doesn’t absolve himself of any blame – he is the overlord of a team struggling to ice close games – he continues to say publicly he is content with how the team is tracking.

Providing RA chairman Hamish McLennan keeps his promise that Rennie will remain in charge until the World Cup, the former Chiefs coach will fight to keep his assistants and push back on potential changes.

“I wouldn’t change what we’re doing from a coaching perspective,” Rennie said. “I…

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