The Wallabies' campaign in Japan ended with a 40-16 defeat to Eddie Jones' men on Saturday at Oita Stadium.
Three Christian Lealiifano penalties kept Australia in touch at 17-9 at halftime and they came storming back after the restart when Marika Koroibete skinned Elliot Daly to cross for the Wallabies. Articles appear on euronews.com for a limited time. "I think it has been a very challenging time", Castle said of Cheika's work since the Wallabies made the final in 2015.
Grilled again about whether he would honour his pledge to quit if the Wallabies didn't win the World Cup, he snapped back: "When the time comes, I'll tell them".More news: Springboks bid to oust 'likeable' hosts Japan
"New Zealand in the right mood as they so obviously were against Ireland can only be stopped by the miraculously courageous and the fabulously inventive". And the integration of the Super Rugby franchises into the Wallabies up and down and working much more closely together is the system that we need, and we need it to work really well.
Patrick Mckendry, in the Herald, described the All Blacks victory as "a remarkable performance" and added that England coach Jones "is likely to have been as impressed as everyone else".
'It is no secret I have no relationship with the CEO and not much with the chairman, ' Cheika said, referring to Australia chief executive Raelene Castle and chairman Cameron Clyne. We didn't get it, which is pretty gutting for a lot of reasons.
They also had not been really challenged since their tournament opener against South Africa four weeks ago and fans were concerned they could be underprepared for the intensity of a World Cup knockout match.More news: Rooney steps out: GOP member 'thinking' about impeachment
Closer to home, the success of Australian rugby has always been tied to the Wallabies.
Paul said some may be keen now to stamp them as champions-elect as the All Blacks, in search of an unprecedented third consecutive World crown "are going to be phenomenally hard to beat because they are playing beyond the imagination of most defence coaches".
Robbie Henshaw in the end keep Ireland on the board earlier than hooker Dane Coles gave a one-handed offload for George Bridge's strive as Recent Zealand went 41-7 ahead. "But there are lots of other great things happening in Rugby Australia. We are probably going to have to be better next week so we are looking forward to working that out".
"So the whole sort of dramatic, yes this is the future of the sport, is just not realistic".More news: Erdogan Vows to Crush Kurd YPG if It Doesn’t Leave
He said in August he was staking his coaching career on the Wallabies winning the World Cup in Japan.