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Eddie Jones hits the knuckles in outburst at England's upper-class boys as RFU distances itself from comment

EDDIE JONES was wrapped in knuckles to blow up the gorgeous boys in England.

Last weekendJonessaid privately educated players struggled to become leaders on the pitch and the establishment of paid schools should be banned. Insisted.

Australians believe the system will unleash players who cannot make decisions on the field due to "closed" upbringing and cannot crack under pressure.

The RFU statement states:

"LatestEnglandMen's team includes players who have benefited from time at private schools such as Maro Itoje and Henry Alandel, as well as Jonny Hill and Courtney Lawes.

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"RFU is very grateful and has an independent role The public school sector is playing by introducing boys and girls to our sport and our player path. 

"Cooperative approach within the education sector And a strong partnership will give players the opportunity to be supported and grow in all schools. ”

Jones' 23, who defeated Wallabies 21-17 in Sydney last month, was Freddie Steward, Jamie. It included 13 private players such as George and Marcus Smith.

Skipper Loews, Owen Farrell, Ellis Genge, and Jack Nowell were among the 10 who attended public school.

Sir Clive Woodward, one of Jones' predecessors in Twickenham, has accused Australians of downplaying English games.

Jones said:

"When we are on our forefoot, we are the best in the world. When we are not on our forefoot, our ability to find a way to win, our determination is not what it should be."

Sweeney said Jones in 2021 when the coach said, "Poison was written about his team, but he supported his man after the disastrous Six Nations." Was exchanged.

Sweeney was also forced to apologize for Jones' remarks on Wales and Ireland at the 2018 meeting. It ensured that he would continue his work until the end of his contract after the next World Cup.