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England men’s head coach Eddie Jones has named his 34-man squad for the 2020 Guinness Six Nations.
Jones has included 22 players who played at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan last year and eight uncapped players.
Of those uncapped players Tom Dunn, Ben Earl and Ollie Thorley have
I go away for just a straightforward skiing weekend and it all kicks off again in the salary cap scandal. The news that Saracens will be relegated at the end of this season broke over the weekend, which is a quite extraordinary twist. The initial punishment seemed very severe, and
2020 is upon us and the Six Nations is just around the corner, with Eddie Jones naming his squad next Monday. England enter the new year as beaten World Cup finalists and although its unlikely to be a case of ‘new year, new me’ for the squad as a whole,
Eddie Jones has often showed loyalty or even favouritism in his selections, but with four years until the next Rugby World Cup, now is the time to try his hand. Several players have put themselves on the radar by performing well for their clubs in the domestic and European competitions
England men's head coach Eddie Jones has appointed Simon Amor and Matt Proudfoot as his new assistant coaches. Here is the press release from the RFU: Proudfoot and Amor join defence coach John Mitchell and Steve Borthwick, who will switch roles to skills coach, alongside Jones, as the England men’s coaching team
Sixteen years ago, after his Wallabies side lost to England in extra time of the World Cup final, Jones quipped ‘England are the best team in the world… by one minute.’ On Saturday, in the 2019 final, South Africa were the best team by the full 80. Two teams entered this
So it ends... After a whirlwind six weeks, we have the misfortune of having to wait another 4 years until the world comes together to celebrate its greatest sport. Another 4 years until we get to watch the giants of the Southern Hemisphere take on those of the Northern. Another 4
The dream is dead. Once again, England have been bullied and bruised by the South Africans in the biggest game in rugby. The Springboks were well worth their victory on Saturday, whilst Eddie Jones’ recruits looked out of place. It was not the performance of World Cup finalists and they
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