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Wallabies coach Cheika not bugging All Blacks for espionage apology quoting : Yahoo

as declared in Asked whether he wanted an apology from New Zealand, Cheika told the Sydney Morning Herald: “I’m not expecting anything, I don’t think that’s necessary.
Sydney (AFP) – Wallabies coach Michael Cheika on Wednesday said he’s not expecting an apology from New Zealand after a security consultant employed by the All Blacks was charged with bugging their hotel before last year’s Sydney Test against Australia.
Cheika also hosed down suggestions that relations between Australian and New Zealand rugby were at their lowest ebb.
Cheika welcomed the news that police had laid charges of public mischief after a listening device was discovered in the All Blacks’ hotel.
Cheika said it was reassuring that no one from Australian rugby had been linked to any kind of espionage.

Wallabies coach Cheika not bugging All Blacks for espionage apology

as mentioned in Australia wants apology after Kiwi charged over All Blacks bugging deviceMichael Cheika says he is not expecting an apologyAustralia’s media is demanding an apology from New Zealand after a Kiwi was charged with bugging the All Blacks.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he is not expecting to get an apology from the New Zealand Rugby Union.
New Zealand Rugby “made their call,” he added, “and now that’s all there is to it.
Glasgow Warriors vs Scarlets Live onAll Blacks coach Steve Hansen earlier described the police charges as “bizarre and unbelievable” in a statement released by New Zealand Rugby.
Hansen said the man who was charged worked for the All Blacks and “is someone who is trusted and well respected by us.”

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Australia wants apology after Kiwi charged over All Blacks bugging device

Aussies want bugging apologyAustralia’s media is demanding an apology from New Zealand after a Kiwi was charged with bugging the All Blacks.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he is not expecting to get an apology from the New Zealand Rugby Union.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen earlier described the police charges as “bizarre and unbelievable” in a statement released by New Zealand Rugby.
New Zealand Rugby “made their call,” he added, “and now that’s all there is to it.
“So rather than the Wallabies cheating by attempting to bug the All Blacks, the Kiwis got an unfair advantage by unsettling the Australians.

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