New Brumbies coach Jake White considers it is more difficult for the teams from Australia to be in Super rugby compared to their counterparts in South Africa and New Zealand to be successful. The winner of the World Cup, South Africa was the former head of the Brumbies end of last year, substituting interim trainer Tony Rea, who took office after his release from a Andy Friend. Speaking at the launch of this year's FX Pro Super Rugby season, said White, the truths of a coaching franchise in Australia - his first role as head coach of the Rugby World Cup 2007 - hit the target soon after arrival.
White also noted the success of Queensland Reds victory in 2011 and said that with planning and proper guidance team Australia also continues to fight for the title. While recognizing the life in Canberra was very unlike to what he was accustomed to do also note the resemblance between the capital and the country. With the Super Rugby season only two weeks, the Brumbies in Australia are the only team yet to appoint a captain.
Rocky Elsom has filled the position by Phil Waugh in New South Wales Waratahs left, David Pocock, Nathan Sharpe of the Western Group taken as James Stirling Mortlock Horwill and remain the masters of the Reds and Melbourne Rebels in that order. However, White said he did not hurry to name a captain and said he wanted a little more to the play group to see. While the Wallabies hooker Stephen Moore rent and Ben Mowen Waratahs are two possible candidates, White said a number of players have the potential to lead.
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