Roar Exclusive: The Roar approached the Wallabies’ most successful coach, Rod Macqueen AM, for his thoughts on how rugby can run with the ball in Australia again. His answer is the ‘Einstein Project’.
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Rod Macqueen AM is the most successful Wallabies coach in history. Regarded as one of rugby's greatest innovators, he helped Australia win every trophy available to them, including the Bledisloe Cup, World Cup, Tri-Nations trophy and the Cook Cup. His final act as Wallabies coach was seeing them defeat the British and Irish Lions in 2001, after which he retired with a remarkable 81 per cent winning record. He also enjoyed successful stints in charge of the Waratahs and Brumbies, and was the inaugural coach of the Melbourne Rebels.