Stephen Larkham, an ACT Brumbies coach, suggested that the off-field upheaval fencing the Super Rugby province would not be misdirection and their only focus is on bedeviling the top-of-the-table Waikato Chiefs at the Canberra Stadium, on Saturday.
And Larkham consecrates high penalty counts would not stop Brumbies from their attack on the breakdown, but it admits they do require to cut out silly penalties against 2 time champions.
It has been very easy for Brumbies to outstrip themselves from their front-office problems given they were ten-thousand kilometres away in South Africa, but they came back in Canberra later on Monday evening with chief executive Michael Jones’ court case all set to resume in ACT Supreme Court later on Tuesday.
The Brumbies board stood Jones down previous week, but Jones got a temporary enjoinment against the conclusion and came back to work. Jones was stood down after an volatile interview on ABC Grandstand, along with an on-going Australian Federal Police probe into Brumbies’ sale of their Griffith headquarters the cause of all the unrest.
Larkham told that this is hundred per cent focus on Chiefs and this is what everyone at Brumbies wants. The things that one could control are those that you might spend a bit of time thinking about.