England boss Eddie Jones set for crunch talks with the RFU

England boss Eddie Jones is set for crunch talks to discuss his future with Rugby Football Union chief executive Bill Sweeney in the coming weeks.

Jones is out of contract in the summer of 2021, but when asked if he will be in the post beyond that date he replied: “I don’t know.”

“We’ve got dinner organised in a couple of weeks so we may be able to chat about it,” Jones said.

“It must be his shout. I’ll take a Triple Crown to show him,” he added.


England signed off a Six Nations campaign truncated by the coronavirus-enforced postponement of their final match against Italy with a 33-30 victory over Wales at Twickenham that completed a first Triple Crown since 2016.


THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT EDDIE JONES

Here, we look at 10 things you might not know about the Aussie.


1. He made three appearances for Leicester during the 1991/92 season in England.
2. The Aussies lowest win ratio as Wallabies boss was against England. The Wallabies lost five times to England from seven starts under Jones – a 29 per cent success rate.
3.Jones played as a hooker for Sydney-based rugby club Randwick, who is nicknamed the Galloping Greens. The club can display an illustrious roll of honour, with Australia international stars who passed through their ranks including Ken Catchpole, David Campese, George Gregan, Matt Giteau and Kurtley Beale.
4. The RFU paid a compensation figure £100,000 to release him from his contract with the Stormers
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