Waratahs head coach Michael Foley had to make a presentation to the board in which he explained his team's disappointing Super Rugby results.
The Waratahs have supplied almost half of the Wallabies team that played Wales but the Sydney club's Super Rugby results have not reflected the talent they have in the squad.
Foley would have had to explain why a team with plenty of talent has struggled throughout the season having won four matches from their fourteen played.
However it is not just Foley who is being put under the microscope as they whole Waratahs operation is being reviewed.
The Waratahs issued a statement which said that the Board would take time to consider the content of the review.
Waratahs Rugby Chairman Edwin Zemancheff said in the statement, "Michael Foley put forward a detailed analysis of the 2012 season to date."
"The Board thanks him for his review and will now consider all his information and proposals."
"In the meantime, the focus of the entire organisation is on the final two matches of the year against the Brumbies and Reds and in giving Waratahs fans something to cheer about for the remainder of the season."
Foley is in his first year as Waratahs coach having replaced Chris Hickey but it is understood that he has the backing of the current board and if they stay in place he will more than likely hold on to his position for another year.