Posted: 22 October, 2014
Massive figure or rugby and radio, Alan Jones explains what's wrong with the Wallabies.
Alan Jones in the stands for Queensland v Australian Barbarians: Getty Images
Alan Jones is a massive figure of Rugby Union, coaching the Wallabies from 1984-'87 with 86 victories from 102 matches (and 23 test wins from 30 games) plus a Grand Slam in '84 and the Bledisloe Cup in '86.
On The Grill Team this morning, the boys got Jones on to ask him about the Wallabies very public problems and his thoughts on what the team should be doing to fix this.
"The Wallabies, they're in absolute disarray at the moment," opened Matty.
"Well, I think we've got to separate, Matthew, the Wallabies from the appalling administration, the Wallabies on Saturday night were magnificent, Michael Hooper the 23 year-old lead the team," responded Jones.
"If you were the head of the ARU right now, what's the first thing you'd do?" asked MG.
"If I was at the ARU, I'd send everyone around me at the table to Centrelink," joked Jones.
Listen to Alan Jones on the Wallabies problems
Matty On Michael Cheika and the Wallabies
During the 'big sports opinion' today, Matty had some big predictions about the Wallabies.
"If you look at Cheika's past he turned a basket-case of underachievers in the Waratahs into Super Rugby champions. He'll do the same with the Wallabies, I actually predict...we'll win the World Cup under Michael Cheika," claimed Matty.