Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clyne has confirmed a decision will be made about head coach Michael Cheika before Christmas.
With just four wins to their name in 13 Test matches this year, questions have been raised about the state of the Wallabies with less than a year to go until the World Cup in Japan.
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Clyne has confirmed the governing body have been in talks with Cheika and a decision on whether he will continue in the role will be finalised before Christmas comes round.
“We received a presentation from Michael Cheika and we are going through a process so I’m not really in a position to elaborate,” Clyne told reporters on Monday.
“We have had the presentation from Michael, some data gathered from him, his coaching staff, the players and our high performance unit.
“We need to go through a fairly thorough review process and we have all the information we need so we will be going through that process.
“I know people are keen to know what is going on but… we will have more to say and have that process wrapped up ahead of Christmas.”Copyright © 2021 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.