Wallabies coach Michael Cheika believes his players are buying into social media backlash and their confidence has been shattered across their challenging Rugby Championship campaign Australia currently sit seventh in the world rankings after winning just three of nine Tests in and were almost humiliated against Argentina albeit an astonishing second-half comeback that salvaged some pride Cheika insists his players have carried the burden of online abuse onto the playing field and are struggling to cope with the criticism that has been laid upon them MORE: Wallabies coach Michael Cheika believes his players are buying into social media backlash and their confidence has been shattered across their challenging Rugby Championship campaign Australia currently sit seventh in the world rankings after winning just three of nine Tests in and were almost humiliated against Argentina albeit an astonishing second-half comeback that salvaged some pride Cheika insists his players have carried the burden of online abuse onto the playing field and are struggling to cope with the criticism that has been laid upon them MORE: All Black Sam Cane facing months on the sidelines with fractured neck "I'm not really up on social media or media, I don't really read a lot of it, but players do, you know, they read all that stuff," Cheika told the Fox Rugby Podcast "It gets in their head and it hasn't been going great and so they don't think they're great and then as soon as something happens in the game, negative, which it did early on, you start to get a bit narrow in your view and you start to fear failing — as opposed to going out there to do what you need to do to perform And then as a consequence, win. All Black Sam Cane facing months on the sidelines with fractured neck "I'm not really up on social media or media, I don't really read a lot of it, but players do, you know, they read all that stuff," Cheika told the Fox Rugby Podcast "It gets in their head and it hasn't been going great and so they don't think they're great and then as soon as something happens in the game, negative, which it did early on, you start to get a bit narrow in your view and you start to fear failing — as opposed to going out there to do what you need to do to perform And then as a consequence, win.

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All Black Sam Cane facing months on the sidelines with fractured neck "I'm not really up on social media or media, I don't really read a lot of it, but players do, you know, they read all that stuff," Cheika told the Fox Rugby Podcast "It gets in their head and it hasn't been going great and so they don't think they're great and then as soon as something happens in the game, negative, which it did early on, you start to get a bit narrow in your view and you start to fear failing — as opposed to going out there to do what you need to do to perform And then as a consequence, win. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika believes his players are buying into social media backlash and their confidence has been shattered across their challenging Rugby Championship campaign Australia currently sit seventh in the world rankings after winning just three of nine Tests in and were almost humiliated against Argentina albeit an astonishing second-half comeback that salvaged some pride Cheika insists his players have carried the burden of online abuse onto the playing field and are struggling to cope with the criticism that has been laid upon them MORE: All Black Sam Cane facing months on the sidelines with fractured neck "I'm not really up on social media or media, I don't really read a lot of it, but players do, you know, they read all that stuff," Cheika told the Fox Rugby Podcast "It gets in their head and it hasn't been going great and so they don't think they're great and then as soon as something happens in the game, negative, which it did early on, you start to get a bit narrow in your view and you start to fear failing — as opposed to going out there to do what you need to do to perform And then as a consequence, win. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika believes his players are buying into social media backlash and their confidence has been shattered across their challenging Rugby Championship campaign Australia currently sit seventh in the world rankings after winning just three of nine Tests in and were almost humiliated against Argentina albeit an astonishing second-half comeback that salvaged some pride Cheika insists his players have carried the burden of online abuse onto the playing field and are struggling to cope with the criticism that has been laid upon them MORE:

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  • JoJosho
    14.10.2018 at 05:48
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    All Black Sam Cane facing months on the sidelines with fractured neck "I'm not really up on social media or media, I don't really read a lot of it, but players do, you know, they read all that stuff," Cheika told the Fox Rugby Podcast "It gets in their head and it hasn't been going great and so they don't think they're great and then as soon as something happens in the game, negative, which it did early on, you start to get a bit narrow in your view and you start to fear failing — as opposed to going out there to do what you need to do to perform And then as a consequence, win. All Black Sam Cane facing months on the sidelines with fractured neck "I'm not really up on social media or media, I don't really read a lot of it, but players do, you know, they read all that stuff," Cheika told the Fox Rugby Podcast "It gets in their head and it hasn't been going great and so they don't think they're great and then as soon as something happens in the game, negative, which it did early on, you start to get a bit narrow in your view and you start to fear failing — as opposed to going out there to do what you need to do to perform And then as a consequence, win.

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  • Guramar
    19.10.2018 at 19:34
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    All Black Sam Cane facing months on the sidelines with fractured neck "I'm not really up on social media or media, I don't really read a lot of it, but players do, you know, they read all that stuff," Cheika told the Fox Rugby Podcast "It gets in their head and it hasn't been going great and so they don't think they're great and then as soon as something happens in the game, negative, which it did early on, you start to get a bit narrow in your view and you start to fear failing — as opposed to going out there to do what you need to do to perform And then as a consequence, win.

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