England boss “Eddie Jones” signs new deal through to 2023 World Cup
The contract for coaching England to the French World Cup Rugby in 2023 has now been extended for Eddie Jones.
The current contract between sixty-year-olds expires in August 2021, but after England was at the World Cup finals last year it has been set up for a new deal.
Since Jones took office at the end of 2015, the win ratio is 78 percent.
Eddie Said :
“We have a great team and I am excited about raising the standards again,
The extension is a great honour for me, but in the current environment,
it is only right to acknowledge what a difficult time the world is facing.
We are all looking forward to a time when we can get back to playing rugby and use the sport as a force for good in bringing people back together”
In December 2015, Jones has been named to replace Stuart Lancaster in the wake of an autumn home world cup.
He guided England to an undefeated record that included the 2016 Grand Slam and the following year a Six Nations ‘title.
The shape of the team sunk in 2018 but Jones stopped the slide in Japan before the World Cup.
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In the quarterfinals, Jones won great victories over Australia and New Zealand in the semifinals to make himself a favorite in the final over South Africa,
but Springbok’s inspired success condemned a tiny England to a default of 32-12.
Concerns about the repercussions in the final went further when England was beaten in its 2020 opener of the Six Nations by France in Paris,
but secured the Triple Crown with Scotland, Ireland and Wales before the championship was curtailed by a pandemic of coronavirus.
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