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BREAKING: Eddie Jones reportedly departs Wallabies for new job

Eddie Jones is set to depart Australia and head back to Japan, as reported by Japanese media.

His future with the Wallabies has remained uncertain, even though the 58-year-old coach returned to Australia just nine months ago.

‘Current Australian national team coach Eddie Jones is expected to return as the successor to Joseph,’ the story read, via Fox Sports.

‘This spring, Masato Tsuchida, president of the Japan Association, with whom he has had a honeymoon relationship since his days at Suntory, contacted him.

‘Contract negotiations have been held privately behind the scenes, and preparations are underway for (his) return (for the first time) since the 2015 World Cup, which led them to a historic three wins.’


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