Former England boss Eddie Jones is focused on International Cup glory after sensationally agreeing to a 2d spell in command of Australia.
The 62-year-old is returning as head trainer on a four-year deal instead of the sacked Dave Rennie, having led the workforce from 2001 to 2005, together with the 2003 International Cup ultimate defeat to England.
Jones’ seven-year England reign resulted in December after a deficient run of effects throughout 2022.
Jones, who may also oversee Australia’s ladies’s workforce the Wallaroos, starts his new process on January 29, with the boys’s International Cup beginning in France in September.
‘This is a superb alternative to come back house to Australia and lead my country to a Rugby International Cup,’ he mentioned.
‘It’s going to be an immense length for Australian rugby. As a proud Australian, this can be a nice honour with the intention to come house and lead the nationwide workforce throughout those years.
‘If we will be able to have everybody are compatible and wholesome going into the International Cup this yr, I’m assured we will be able to cross to France and smash the 24-year drought of successful the Rugby International Cup.’
At the ladies’s workforce, he added: ‘I noticed how gutsy the Wallaroos have been within the Rugby International Cup closing yr.
‘There’s a actual spirit in that crew that may pressure the ladies’s programme ahead forward in their subsequent International Cup in 2025.’
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