Rob Andrew will present his Six Nations review to the RFU blazers today, presumably with recommendations on how to proceed and take England Rugby forward.
There has been speculation that Brian Ashton could be removed, with Martin Johnson taking control and appointing his own coaching team that he’d be happy to work with.
However, I have a suspicion that Andrew will conclude that second place in the Six Nations is the best result since 2003, several players won their first cap demonstrating progress from 2007, and that he sees no reason to remove Ashton before the end of the year.
The worst case scenario would be somewhere in the middle, whereby immediate action is called for but they only sack the chef or the kit man and thus not really changing anything.
What are your thoughts? What would be the best result from the latest RFU review?