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England coach Eddie Jones wants his team to become the “powerhouse of world rugby” but has admitted he made a mistake in his selection for the World Cup final.
The 59-year-old Australian, who has committed to seeing out his contract which runs until 2021, is not renowned for owning up to errors.
But he says part of the blame for the 32-12 defeat by South Africa in the final lay with his decision to start with George Ford and Mako Vunipola ahead of Henry Slade and Joe Marler.
“I had been right against Australia and New Zealand but, as it turned out, in the biggest game of our four-year cycle, I got it badly wrong,” writes Jones in his soon-to-be-published autobiography ‘My Life and Rugby’ which is being serialised in The Times. “Hindsight is a wonderful teacher.”
Jones has turned England’s fortunes round after taking over following
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