Eddie Jones and his players were lynched by the British press

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The British media was already not very friendly to Eddie Jones and Rose’s XV before the crunch. Nothing has improved since the defeat against Bruce on Saturday.

Former England national team and current BBC consultant Matt Dawson has, among other things, criticized the decision to renew Eddie Jones for a new mission after the 2019 World Cup.

“England won only two tournaments for the second year in a row, but I don’t want to put everything on the manager’s back because the problem goes far beyond him. The next year just criticizes Eddie. If that’s the case, there’s no way to claim that Jones, England will win the World Cup. I’m not sure if Eddie Jones will be renewed for four years after the 2019 World Cup was a good idea, but it’s done. Did (…) this year will be complicated for Eddie. Thinking before he speaks and stopping making statements that he can usually do, he will make life easier. What do you think of the opponents? I think he understands why he does, probably because he thinks it will distract his players, but I don’t think so. “

Sir Clive Woodward, who already taught the English selection and even became a world champion in 2003, spoke in the Daily Mail without hesitation to say England. “We continued to frustrate and confuse everyone with hope for a better future. The big question is who will happen in the next match when the teams meet on Saturday after reporting the match on Saturday. I don’t know. At the beginning of the season, no one knows the staff around Eddie Jones. ” On the contrary, Eddie Jones’ predecessor praises the French and Irish teams in very simple sentences. “There are France and Ireland, and the rest.”

Also, in the Daily Mail, the article is “Poor campaign” For the England team, and the “predictable defeat” in Paris: “It’s time for Eddie Jones’ bet to fail and change things. (…) Under Eddie Jones’ control, no one knows that this team was just the shadow of it, even for some time. Knows (…) After the match, Eddie Jones refused to admit that he was no longer the man who led England to the World Cup. England is downhill because of the victory in another country. The players who were exhausted by Jones’s intensity definitely stopped reacting to Jones. “

The Guardian also analyzed the crunch and, of course, England was chosen. Journalists emphasize the obvious gap between the two teams and how the two coaches are prepared.Indeed, according to him, Fabien GalthiĆ© seems to be preparing. “This Grand Slam since the last World Cup”, Meanwhile, Eddie Jones “seems to have had only three weeks” to prepare. “It’s Jones’ choice to constantly change staff and teams to play the match (…) He keeps saying that the team is moving forward. Eddie Jones said,” We’re moving in the right direction. It’s not far away. “

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The British media was already not very friendly to Eddie Jones and Rose’s XV before the crunch. Nothing has improved since the defeat against Bruce on Saturday.
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Helen Brewer