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Play with passion and success will follow, urges Waugh

  
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11/02/2013
By Waratahs Rugby Media Unit


Phil Waugh believes that passion will be the key to living up to expectation for this year’s HSBC Waratahs.
 
Pledging his support to Head Coach Michael Cheika and the new generation of HSBC Waratahs players, the NSW and Australian rugby legend said, “This is the home of Australian rugby, it’s where rugby was born in Australia. 
 
“One of the great pressures of playing for the Waratahs and being based in Sydney is that level of expectation and having the ability to back it up. 
 
“The level of passion that the guys are going to play with is going to be enormous on the back of the expectations of the new coach. Given the talent of the guys on the field, if they play with that passion then success will follow.”
 
 

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