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The rise and fall of NSW: How the Waratahs are killing Australian rugby – Fox Sports

When Michael Cheika led the Waratahs to Super Rugby glory in 2014 he was considered the Messiah.

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After decades of underwhelming performances, he managed to do what World Cup-winning coach Bob Dwyer and other outstanding coaches like Ewen McKenzie couldnt: turn the perennial underachievers into champions.
A record attendance of 61,823 watched Michael Hooper lift the Super Rugby trophy at the Olympic Stadium.
But ever since Cheika left to join the Wallabies full-time at the end of 2015, the Waratahs have spiralled out of control and its killing Australian rugby.
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