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My special guest is David Campese. Campo is a household name in Australian sport and is viewed by respected analysts as one of the greatest and most entertaining rugby players ever. His distinguished career included representing Australia for 15 years playing 101 tests and holding the record for most tries in test match history.

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You will learn plenty from David Campese in episode 9 of Talking with TK.

"Firstly you want to love what your doing, if you're not loving what your doing don't do it, you have to be passionate about it. If you want to be the best you have to learn, watch the games & players, watch the person in your position or doing what you want to do"

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

3:00 - What's happening in South Africa 

4:18 - Coaching 

5:33 - Changes he would like to see in coaching

8:00 - Did Rugby league ever try to poach him

10:25 - Moving to Sydney

11:15 - Finding work without finishing school

12:15 - The experience of moving to Italy 

15:40 - Insights into game preparation

17:30 - Mental vs Physical

19:00 - Learning from Alan Jones & Bob Dwyer

20:40 - Winning respect as a coach

24:45 - Can the Wallabies win the next World Cup 

26:00 - Most influential players on his career 

28:00 - Career reflection 

30:30 - Barbarians & receiving a standing ovation 

31:31 - His biggest point of difference 

32:50 - The goose step 

33:30 - 1991 World Cup 

34:50 - Jonah Lomu 

37:27 - Any superstitions 

38:30 - Advice on chasing your dreams 

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