The Australian rugby team fell to Wales which is on the verge of its first elimination in the group stage and, its technical director, Eddie Jones should have an advance interview with the leadership of the Japanese federation to get the reins of the Japanese team after the World Cup in France.
The “Wallabies” are about to achieve, perhaps, the biggest failure in their rugby history: the first group stage elimination in a World Cup event. After the loss against Fiji 15-22 and the recent loss to Wales 40-6, the Australian team left booed and left on the brink of a historic first round comeback that can only be avoided if Fiji fall to Georgia or Portugal which will be “bump”.
Eight months ago, Management sacked Dave Rennie to bring in experienced coach Eddie Jones which made Australia dream of a third world championship and signed a contract until 2027 but it seems that Jones will not comply with that contract since he continued Advanced talks with the Japanese leadership to replace Jamie Joseph when the World Cup ends.
After the recent defeat against Wales, the coach was consulted about this and, who is also the England coach, completely denied: “I am committed to Australia. I was really surprised by the questions from people questioning my commitment to Australia. I’m tired of this. I have worked non-stop since I assumed office and I apologize for the results, I will continue to say it. But from day one I am committed to work so that I don’t have to face the questions in future. “I’m happy to talk about Wales, about Portugal, but if you keep asking about that you’ll have to excuse me.”
For Group C, Australia will play their final Group C match against Portugal next Sunday at the Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium in Saint-Étienne. The “Wallabies” will play the result as scheduled Fiji and Georgia meet this Saturday at the Matmut Atlantique Stadium in Bordeaux.