Sydney – strong
White offered a replacement for underground siege Michael Cheika like Wallabies
coach and should have a phone connection with Rugby Australia on Thursday,
but was canceled after the news about missing the call.
South Africa, who ran Springboks at the 2007 World Cup
title, came to the ruling body after Australia only won four
13 tests this year.
The President of the Board of Rags Australia, Raelene Castle, has repeatedly said
Cheika still has the support to take over the World Cup team
in Japan the following year, when his contract expired.
But mounting pressure came to the head after he beat them 37-18
England last weekend, with calls intensified due to a change of guard. It
followed the unsuccessful loss of Wales and the insatiable victory over Italy.
The phone call was to evaluate what White was – the former Brumbies
coach – had to offer it as a possible alternative, but it was urgent
after they missed the media.
"Jake White approached the Ragbi Australia and asked him to
conversion, "AF AF spokesman RA told.
"Rugby Australia decided not
continue with the call. "
White had previously expressed the desire to train Australia later
overlook work for Ewen McKenzie in 2013.
The Rugby Australia Board should meet on December 10 for regular
at the end of the season review where the future of Cheika, which is currently in
Europe and its team should be discussed.
The hall said she realized there was an intense interest after the "challenging year".
"We acknowledge and understand the frustrations of Wallabies fans
over new results and complete a thorough review in front
an important year for the team that culminates with the Rugby World Cup in Zagreb
Japan, "she said in a statement, not to mention White.
"The full reviews will be presented in December
Rugby Australia Board Meeting with Wallabies Chief Coach Michael
Cheika in attendance. "
Several former Wallabies have called for changes to the Test set-up
after his worst year since 1995, including full Matt Burke
said the team was no longer watching their opponents well.
"I believe that the factor of respect has gone … We are at (sixth) place in the world, we started at the beginning of year number 3," he said.