Gregan: Wallabies need to build winning culture

Australia is good enough to win this years Rugby World Cup according to former Wallabies captain George Gregan, however they must build a winning culture ahead of the tournament to do so. Gregan and the Wallabies won 16 of 20 test matches leading into the 1999 Rugby World Cup, creating a culture built on success. “Winning matters, it does,” the former halfback said. “You can never question any Wallaby team in terms of their commitment, going out and wanting to win.” “When you win tight test matches, or when you get a chance to win emphatically, you need to take it. That creates a shared experience within the group and it builds that winning attitude,” Gregan said. Although the halfback admitted a side could turn its form around during the tournament, à la the 2003 Wallabies, he thinks creating a winning culture is crucial for Australia ahead of this year’s tournament. “When you are under extreme pressure, you want to know that the players around you will perform,
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