Cape Town - Wallabies
defence coach Nathan Grey has defended his position and claims his
plans will come together if the men on the field implement them
Grey has had plenty of negativity directed towards him from the
Australian rugby community after Saturday's 54-34 defeat at the hands of
the All Blacks.
Australia missed 48 tackles and conceded more points than they ever
have against the All Blacks.
Grey lamented the performance and said he
is "very confident" he and the rest of the coaching staff would turn
"It stings, mate. It's not great. It's difficult," Grey told Yahoo!
"It is something we have to address and we are focused on
looking for those solutions.
"We believe we have got them in terms of staying in the system and executing our tackle technique and doing that consistently."
Grey claimed last year that Australia's defensive problems would be
"an easy fix" following their 42-8 loss to the All Blacks.
the Wallabies have conceded an average of 28 points in their last 19