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Wayne Pivac admits Wales critics have a point as the head coach fights for his future


‘If I was on the outside, I’d be asking the same questions’: Wayne Pivac admits Wales critics have a point as the head coach fights for his future… but he insists he still has the backing of the players

  • Wales have endured a terrible year, with home defeat by Italy and Georgia 
  • Head coach Pivac faces the axe after just three wins in 11 matches in 2022
  • Even a victory over Australia on Saturday might not be enough to save his job 

Wayne Pivac has admitted he would be asking questions of his Wales side if he was not in charge, as the coach clings to his…



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