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Tuesday Oct 6, 2015

AUDIO: Reaction to England's exit from Lancaster, Cheika, pundits and former players

AUDIO: Reaction to England's exit from Lancaster, Cheika, pundits and former players

Hear comments made by Stuart Lancaster, Michael Cheika, Will Greenwood, Dean Ryan and Stuart Barnes following England’s loss to Australia, and early exit from the World Cup. Some clips are from the post match press conferences, as well as a day or two after.

 

Head coach Stuart Lancaster and captain Chris Robshaw front up to the media at Twickenham, following their 33-13 defeat against Australia, which sees England crash out of the Rugby World Cup at the group stage (10:34).

 

Australian head coach Michael Cheika and captain Stephen Moore reflect on their 33-13 win over England at Twickenham, which guarantees both the Wallabies and Wales a place in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals (14:26).

 

Stuart Lancaster says he takes full responsibility for England’s World Cup exit, but will not rush the decision on his future (6:50).

 

RFU Chief Executive Ian Ritchie, say they won’t be making a quick decision on Stuart Lancaster’s future, in the wake of England’s World Cup exit (2:40).

 

Will Greenwood told England’s World Cup Verdict, that the RFU should stick with Stuart Lancaster and he can improve and push England onto the next level (1:41).

 

Former England player Dean Ryan told England’s World Cup Verdict, that those picking the next head coach need to change the recruitment process. (3:44)

 

Speaking on England’s World Cup Verdict, Dean Ryan and Stuart Barnes felt they ran out of ideas and drowned under the weight of expectation (2:12).

 

After his sides 33 – 13 win over England, head coach Michael Cheika has said that they’re taking it one game at a time (0:52).

 

After his sides Twickenham win, Wallaby head coach Michael Cheika has said they managed to match England physically (0:37).

 

England assistant coach Andy Farrell defends himself from allegations over his bullishness in selection meetings. Geoff Parling discusses how the squad are feeling and says it will be his toughest week in preparation for a game (22:34).

Watch England vs Australia match highlights here

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