With the Super Rugby final on July 4, Larkham would have just an 11-week window to get his structures firing before the Wallabies’ first World Cup pool game on September 23 against Fiji in Cardiff.
Larkham says there isn’t any other real “sticking points” to address, just that both he and Cheika have been extremely busy preparing the Brumbies and Waratahs for this weekend’s Super Rugby season openers.
“I need to make sure the Brumbies’ program doesn’t suffer – Michael is across that, and he is fully aware of those stipulations,” Larkham said.
“We’re coming to some sort of an agreement soon.
“It’s just a matter of getting around to it.
“Obviously Michael is very busy with his Waratahs appointment, so he’s got to find time outside of that to do Wallabies stuff.
“So I guess you’ve got to expect things to run fairly slowly in that respect.”
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