Rugby. Australia: Quaid Cooper skips Wallabies autumn tour

The Wallaby, who opened the Half Quad Cooper, will not participate in the Wallabies’ tour of Europe. (© Icon Game)

new blow forAustralia ! already deprived samu crayfish And Sean McMahon, who withdrew from selection on Tuesday, October 26, would also make the Wallabies play without their mentor, opener quad cooper. According to Fox Sports, he has given up participating in the Tour of Europe under pressure from his Japanese club Deso. Hanazono Kintetsu Liners. this is Big loss To coach Dave Rennie.

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For several days, due to a deep disagreement between his Japanese club Hanazono Kintetsu Liners and the Australian Rugby Federation (Rugby Australia), there was a great doubt over the participation of Quaid Cooper (33 years old; 74 caps) in the November trials. “I am not 100% sure to be on tour,” he explained to Reuters news agency. “I know there are discussions going on between the Wallabies and Kintetsu. It’s about my employer… So if I have to come back, I’ll do whatever I’m asked to do.”

Ultimately, his Japanese franchise got the last laugh, as the 33-year-old opening half retired from the Wallabies’ November tour and would not travel to Britain, preferring to focus on his preseason with the Hanazanos. than its selection.

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Last July, after a 4-year absence with the Wallabies, Quaid Cooper signed a surprise return to selection, becoming Australia’s savior against South Africa in the Rugby Championships on Sunday, 12 September. The writer of a brilliant 8/8 against the Poles, he scored 23 of 28 Australian points, including a winning penalty at the time the match was stopped. Following this, the Wallabies had five straight victories.

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In his absence this fall, it is former Toulon player James O’Connor, who should be given a stint as the Brumbies’ opener at 10, Noah Lolesio, was not called by Dave Rennie, nor the Racing 92 player, Curtley Beale. Australia will face Japan (23 October), Scotland (8 November), England (14 November) and Wales (21 November) on this European tour.

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