England's stuttering form is nothing more than a temporary setback and will not irreparably damage their chances of achieving their stated aim of winning next year’s World Cup, according to former skipper Lewis Moody. Defeats to Scotland and France have consigned England to back-to-back Six Nations losses for the first time since 2009, while Eddie Jones’s side could finish the championship in fifth place should they lose to Ireland on Saturday and results conspire against them.
England head coach Eddie Jones attempted to extinguish the flames of his inflammatory comments regarding Ireland as he made sweeping changes to his side for Saturday’s Six Nations finale. Video footage emerged on Wednesday of Jones making derogatory remarks, referring to Ireland as “scummy” and Wales as a “s*** little place”, while conducting a talk last July.
England boss Gareth Southgate insists he is fully focused on preparing England for this summer’s World Cup in Russia despite escalating tensions between the United Kingdom and the host nation. The Three Lions’ participation at the tournament has been cast into doubt following heightened political tensions over the attempted murder of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury.
@Rovers@Rovers can we find out if he listens to the Na Na Ay song at home. I like to think he does. He’s done a great job and deserves so much credit for way he has conducted himself and turned things around. Long may it continue
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