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April 4 - Former Wallabies coach Michael Cheikahas ruled out a return to the NSW Waratahs to replace recentlysacked coach Rob Penney at the helm of the struggling SuperRugby AU side.
The Waratahs are winless so far in this year's competitionafter losing on Friday to the ACT Brumbies in the first game ledby co-coaches Jason Gilmore and Chris Whitaker followingPenney's firing last week.
Penney was removed from his position after overseeing fivestraight defeats, but Cheika does not believe a return to theteam he led to the 2014 Super Rugby title would be the rightmove.
“I think that it’s not the time for me to be coaching theWaratahs,” Cheika, who coached the team from 2013 to 2015, toldStan Sport.
“It’s maybe a little bit too fresh raw.
"Also, from a national point of view, they don’t need me inthat space probably at this point. They [Wallabies coaches] needsome clean air...without the name from the last four or fiveyears because it’s been a huge thing for me."
Cheika admitted he had held informal talks with Waratahschief executive Paul Doorn and that he will remain available toadvise if asked.
“We’ve had a casual conversation,” Cheika said.
“I don’t think my ideas are the ultimate ideas. I just gavea few ideas of what I’ve experienced in the past and what’sworked for us and what might work for NSW and understanding itsDNA a little bit more.
“I’d do anything to help them get back on track. It was awonderful experience coaching NSW, I loved every minute of it,the highs and the lows. I think we can get back to that prettyquickly with this team. REUTERS