The Wallabies are set for a major shake-up in their captaincy structure, with coach Dave Jones proposing a bold new approach. Jones has suggested that the team should have two captains, one for the forwards and one for the backs, in order to better manage the team’s resources and ensure that the players are able to focus on their individual roles.
The idea has been met with some resistance from the players, who are used to having a single captain, but Jones believes that the new system will help the team to perform better. He has argued that having two captains will allow the team to better manage the workload of the players, as well as allowing the captains to focus on their respective areas of expertise.
The Wallabies have had a difficult few years, and Jones believes that this new approach could be the key to turning things around. He has also suggested that the two captains could work together to create a more unified team, which could help to improve the team’s performance.
Only time will tell if Jones’ proposal is successful, but it is certainly an interesting idea that could have a major impact on the Wallabies’ fortunes. It remains to be seen whether the players will embrace the new system, but it could be the start of a new era for the team.