Eddie Jones Turns On English Media Desperate 'For Him To Be Sacked'

Heather Diaz
November 6, 2018

"I thought when the game opened up there were opportunities we didn't take which I'm disappointed in, but generally speaking we're pleased to have grabbed that win and to move onto New Zealand this week". Well, you're going to do it at some stage - you know that, you know that.

Eddie Jones also hopes the input of the former All Blacks coach John Mitchell, now in England's camp, will enable his side to "climb Everest" by toppling the world's No 1 side on Saturday. "It was the final play of the game and Gardner may have been looking for any reason not to give a penalty that, had South Africa kicked it, would have won them the game".

New Zealand opened their autumn campaign by beating Japan 31-69 in Tokyo on Saturday, with a mainly second-string side. "The most important thing is what we do next".

"If you watch at full speed, he has a big run up on me and we both bounce off each other and end up on the floor", Farrell said after the match. "If I stay long enough you're going to get me sacked, so one day you're going to be happy".

Itoje looked fortunate to get away with what appeared to be a high tackle and England hit the front for the first time courtesy of a huge Daly penalty from close to the halfway line.

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World Rugby confirmed there were no citings from England's 12-11 victory over the Springboks at Twickenham, with Farrell's challenge on Andre Esterhuizen not meeting the red-card threshold. You've got to have the necessary belief within your squad that you've got the tactics right, you've got the fitness, you've got the chemistry of the team right. "When you beat New Zealand, you climb Everest".

"(And) you've got to understand their weaknesses".

England have compiled a dossier on how to beat the All Blacks based on information from the British & Irish Lions players who toured New Zealand past year.

Pollard booted South Africa, missing key men with the Test falling outside the official worldwide window, into an early lead after Kyle Sinckler strayed offside and England were a man down with 15 minutes played when Itoje was shown a yellow card.

"They're athletic, fast and skilful". It was a good Test match game of rugby today.

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