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Eddie Jones Takes Further Swipe At Sexton Preferential Treatment

England head coach, Eddie Jones, has once again hit out at the treatment Irish outhalf, Jonathan Sexton, receives from referees.  The war of words began during the Six Nations in 2016 when Jones questioned Ireland’s use of Sexton following his spate of concussions. “Sexton is an interesting one, they’ve talked about him having whiplash injury which is not a great …

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All Blacks Took In England v Springboks Without Jones’ Knowledge

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Brodie Retallick revealed to the media this week that the All Blacks attended England’s narrow 12-11 win over the Springboks at Twickenham on Saturday.  23 members of the All Blacks squad were already in London at the weekend as they were not involved in their side’s emphatic win over Japan in Tokyo which also took place on Saturday. According to …

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Eddie Jones Gives Update On Tuilagi, Lawes And Curry Availability

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Eddie Jones says England are “cautiously optimistic” that Manu Tuilagi will recover from a groin strain in time to face New Zealand at Twickenham this weekend. Tuilagi, 27, was withdrawn from the bench on the eve of Saturday’s nailbiting 12-11 victory over South Africa after sustaining the injury during a training session at the squad’s Portugal camp. He was set …

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Eddie Jones Names 35-Man Squad For All Blacks Prep

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Eddie Jones has named a 35-man training squad this week as his side begin preparations for their much eagerly anticipated clash with the All Blacks at Twickenham on Saturday.  The squad will be revised as the week goes on and Jones will name his matchday 23 on Thursday for England’s second match of the November internationals – after they face the …

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Eddie Jones Hails “Spiritual Leader” Farrell Ahead Of Springboks Clash

Eddie Jones believes “spiritual leader” Owen Farrell’s aggression will serve England well when an injury-hit side face South Africa in their opening November international at Twickenham on Saturday. Farrell, who led England in the absence of regular skipper Dylan Hartley during a 2-1 series loss in South Africa in June, finds himself in the unusual position of co-captain alongside the …

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South Africa Always Wary Of Eddie Jones – Erasmus

Rassie Erasmus is adamant everyone connected with South African rugby union will always have the utmost respect for Eddie Jones after the England coach guided Japan to the biggest upset win in the history of the World Cup. So astonishing was the Brave Blossoms’ 34-32 win over the Springboks at the last edition of the global showpiece that Erasmus said …

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