The Rugby Football Union will hold urgent talks with Eddie Jones over continuing as England’s head coach through to the 2023 World Cup with the chief executive Bill Sweeney admitting it “makes sense” for him to stay on. Jones guided England to their first World Cup final since 2007 in Japan, four years after their failure to get out of the pool stage on home soil. There is a growing clamour in Australia for Jones to return as the Wallabies head coach but the 59-year-old is contracted until 2021 and Sweeney expects him to at the very least honour his current deal. England are due to fly home on Monday and Sweeney revealed he plans to meet Jones in the coming days to map out the coach’s future. If he were to leave at the end of his current deal it would give England only two years to prepare for France 2023 and Sweeney revealed there is no plan for a successor to work under Jones before taking over in 2021, as was the intention under the previous chief executive, Steve Brown. With interest from other nations and with Jones’s stock on the rise despite Saturday’s comprehensive defeat by the… Read full this story
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