Nathan Grey and Stephen Larkham have been reportedly appointed as assistant coaches for Wallabies.
The defense coach for Waratah and head coach for Brumbies have taken up their new responsibilities for Test season 2015, whilst continuing with previous roles at Super Rugby.
Stephen, who would have a dispatch to work with backs, is revered as one among Australia’s best of playmakers whose stellar record includes Bledisloe, Rugby World & Tri-Nations Victories. Grey is an erstwhile centre from the Australian rugby team & he had been an eminent part of 2 Rugby Worlds and also played a huge role in the first Super Rugby championship title of Waratah.
Michael Cheika, the Wallabies, had only great words to say about the recent selections. “It is crucial that you’ve the best possible personnel & best probable high performing program now when you are marching towards winning performances”, remarked Cheika.
The coach described Stephen as “a great coach & erstwhile player with seriously incredible credentials & in-depth understanding on the steps taken to succeed at this environ- including playing a significant role as an Australian player in 3 Rugby World campaigns.”
Speaking on Grey, the coach noted that Nathan has come up with “a brilliant job in his days at Super Rugby & his great coaching has received kudos by whole Wallabies team during 2014 Spring Tour.”
Wallabies coaching ranks are further upped by selection by Mr. Dean Benton and the man would be playing a significant role in players’ preparation for Rugby Worlds.
However, Cheika should appoint a forwards coach & set-piece given the resignation of Blades (Andrew). The coach has stated that a declaration is to made over time after he expressed his thanks for Blades for a great service.
On the other hand, whilst Patrick Molihan would be the Team Manager, Simon Roberts would be Team Operations Manager.