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Eddie Jones holds discussions with Racing 92 about a coaching part after Rugby World Cup 2023

Eddie Jones holds discussions with Racing 92 about a coaching part after Rugby World Cup 2023

According to French media reports, Eddie Jones has been in talks with 14 giants Racing 92 about taking on the role. After his rugby union contract expires. Jones has recurrently confirmed his purpose to step down as England manager after the Rugby World Cup 2023 in October. The RFU is actively seeking his replacement. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Eddie Jones has been in talks with 14 giants Racing 92 about taking on the role
Eddie Jones has been in talks with 14 giants Racing 92 about taking on the role

Racing 92’s interest in Jones was first reported by The Rugby Paper. While French rugby media bible Midi Olympique reported talks had taken place but no final agreement had been reached. “There is nothing less certain” about who Racing will appoint as head coach. If current head coach Laurent Travers emerges as head of rugby, the newspaper said.

While England has won just two games in their Six Nations run. Jones will be in high demand once it’s his turn. Jones orchestrated Japan’s conception against South Africa during the 2015 World Cup. Before leading England to the 2019 World Cup final.

Eddie Jones

The 62-year-old Jones’ hunger for the game is as insatiable as ever. He has already been linked with Suntory Sungoliath (he recently coached after England’s disappointing Six Nations game) and Major League Rugby team San Diego Legion (he was an advisor).

Jones’ last full-time position at a major club was with the Saracens. Until he was replaced by Brendan Venter in 2009. But he was in charge of Canberra for three years. Before being named manager of the Wallabies Team Brumby. Which took them to the Super Rugby title in 2001.

Jones has repeatedly confirmed his purpose to step down as England manager after the RWC 2023
Jones has repeatedly confirmed his purpose to step down as England manager after the RWC 2023

After his departure from Japan, RFU chief Ian Ritchie suddenly made him the successor to Stuart Lancaster. Who had promised to take over the South African super rugby team the Stormers?

Jones continues to dominate the top of the RFU, with CEO Bill Sweeney fully supporting. The Australian despite three more defeats in the Six Nations. Jones, has the highest win rate of any English manager at 76.8%. Believes his “New England” project will bear fruit at the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.

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Japan looks forward to the Rugby World Cup 2023

Japan looks forward to the Rugby World Cup 2023

Michael Leitch has led Japan to significant victories in the past two Rugby World Cups. With the next Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, Leitch has a message: don’t ignore Japan. In 2015, Japan defeated South Africa in the British seaside town of Brighton to becoming the “Brighton Miracle”. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

In 2019, it defeated Ireland and Scotland in the group stage, reached the quarter-finals, and took rugby to Japan.

Michael Leitch has led Japan to significant victories in the past two Rugby World Cups
Michael Leitch has led Japan to significant victories in the past two Rugby World Cups

Leitch is no longer captain but remains a player and an important member of the team. He is looking forward to drawing Japan into Group D with England, Argentina, Samoa, and another qualifier. The underdog label doesn’t anger Leitch and he doesn’t think it’s suitable either.

“I think Japan is very unique because I think we are everyone’s second favorite team,” Leitch told reporters in Tokyo this week. “We are still considered underdogs, it’s hard to get rid of them despite our two World Cup successes.”

“Physical aspect that will dominate the team when you subconsciously think of Japan. Your automatic thought process is not one big,” he added.

Leitch said it was tough to assess Japan’s position in the World Cup preparations compared to the preparations for the 2019 World Cup. As Japan prepared to host the World Championships at home for the first time, a sense of urgency and purpose drove the movement.

In the years since Japan has not played out in the same way. COVID-19 has closed international borders and Japan has not held a test match for 18 months. The ability to attract new players is limited, but Leitch believes things are developing.

“In 2019, with home benefit, everyone is counting on us to develop Japanese rugby. The club does not hesitate to release anyone we have a lot of resources and time away from the club,” he said.

“This time it’s a little different with COVID but we’ve made incredible progress with our time together, it’s really hard to measure our readiness” he added.

Leitch told Japan can have confidence in players who may participate in the World Cup
Leitch told Japan can have confidence in players who may participate in the World Cup

Leitch says Japan can have confidence in players who may participate in the World Cup. Many already have World Cup experience and young players have the opportunity to play alongside or against some of the world’s best players in the burgeoning Japanese professional league.

“I think the knowledge and experience we have in 2023 will be crucial. I would say we had quite a few core players in the 2015 and 2019 World Cups, most of them in 2019,” Leitch said.

Japan’s image is that it relies more on speed than physical strength, but Leitch said that is changing.

“Everyone portrays Japan as someone who doesn’t have much of a physical advantage. But we’ve shown in the past that we can go above our weight,” he said. “For us, it’s about being smarter, choosing our moments, and finding the right areas. It’s not about being physically stronger or faster than the opponent”.

“We are tactically very flexible, one of the strengths of the Japanese team is that. There is no doubt that the tactics will change with each opponent. I would not worry about our fitness or lack of combat effectiveness in any game.”

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The 15th Springbok World Cup worries South African fans

Rugby World Cup 2023: The 15th Springbok World Cup worries South African fans

The possible Springboks XV in 2023 to be released online is worrying South African fans as next year’s Rugby World Cup draws closer. The team shared by Twitter user Oom Rugby is almost identical to the team that played in the final in 2019. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

The only changes to the beginning lineup came in the front row. With Ox Nche serving as a loose prop for retired Tendai Mtawarira. Tight prop Trevor Nyakane replacing Frans Malherbe who fell to the bench.

Springboks XV in 2023 to be released online is worrying South African fans as next year's RWC
Springboks XV in 2023 to be released online is worrying South African fans as next year’s RWC

Who was part of the 2019 World Cup squad? The only other new player on the bench is Damian Williams. Who took over the number 23 shirt from Frans Steyn?

The forecast team was encountered with scorn by Springbok fans. Some fast concluding that having the same team wasn’t as good as history suggested.

1991 All Blacks were disapproved for being too old. When coaches Alex Wyllie and John Hart tried to bring the ’87 championship team together. They then lost to ultimate champions Australia in the semi-finals.

Springboks World Cup Champion

Also, the 2007 Springboks World Champion, who dominated for two years. After their World Cup success, was in full swing in 2011. Winning just one of their four matches in the Three Nations, including two victims to the Wallabies team.

When they encountered for the third time in the quarter-finals of the World Cup. Australia took a third win to eliminate the defending champions.

The All Blacks achieved to recurrence themselves as champions. Demanding the 2011 and 2015 World Cups, but the two sides were very different.

In the backcourt

Israel Dagg, Aaron Cruden, Cory Jane, Richard Kahui and Piri Weepu. All started against France in 2011 final but were dropped four years later. Ben Smith, Dan Carter, Nehe Milner-Skudder, Julian Savea, and Aaron Smith were replaced respectively.

The front row has also changed, with front row players Tony Woodcock. And Keven Mealamu being replaced by Joe Moody and Dane Coles. While Brodie Retallick filling in the retired Brad Thorn gap when locked. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

As of 2011, only seven starters have reserved their place in the 2015 finals. With more than half of those starting teams substituted during the World Cup cycle.

South African fans have made terrible forecasts about their team at next year's World Cup
South African fans have made terrible forecasts about their team at next year’s World Cup

After sighting the possible Springbok squad in 2023. Springboks fans have made terrible forecasts about their team at next year’s World Cup in France. Based on the past consequences of teams that have seen the least change between tournaments.

When this anticipated XV comes out. Only three players will be under 30 and none under 27, making it one of the oldest teams.

The expected ages of the starting attackers in November 2023 are Duane Vermeulen (37), Lood de Jager (30). Eben Etzebeth (32), Siya Kolisi (32), Pieter-Steph du Toit (31), Trevor Nyakane (34), Ox Nche (28), and Bongi Mbonambi (32).

Defenders

Willie le Roux (34), Damian De Allende (31), Makazole Mapimpi (33). Cheslin Kolbe (30), Lukhanyo Am (29), FAF de Klerk (32), Handre Pollard (29).

South Africa coach Jacques Nienaber made it clear last week. That many of the individual players could travel to France, even Vermeulen, and the senior member of the squad.

“We sincerely believe that Duane can still make France 2023. So we still believe that Siya Kolisi can still make it to France in 2023. We sincerely consider that Pieter-Steph can still make it to 2023,” he said.

“When I roughly ‘we static trust’ I mean there are no major injuries; that is, they play on the pitch and do the most important thing.”

“So if they do well on the pitch and play like they are doing now. The most important thing is that you have to play good rugby on Saturday. We think they can go to the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.”

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Before Rugby World Cup 2023 Springboks needs to resist arrogance

Before Rugby World Cup 2023 Springboks needs to resist arrogance

Coach Jacques Nienaber thinks it’s “arrogant” for the Springboks to think they won’t have to defend their 2019 title before the Rugby World Cup 2023. While Nienaber replaced his good friend Rassie Erasmus in 2020 and had to coach the Springboks against the British and Irish Lions. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Jacques Nienaber thinks it's "arrogant" for the Springboks to think
Jacques Nienaber thinks it’s “arrogant” for the Springboks to think

After 18 months without rugby due to the Covid pandemic. This season will focus on developing the Boks team to the point where they won the Webb Ellis Trophy in Japan.

“We can’t sit back and say we know how to win the challenges it’s a huge test for us to keep looking, trying and being creative. We know how to win the Rugby World Cup and a season as number 1 in the world. That would be arrogant,” Nienaber spoke media during the first Bok arrangement camp in Durban.

Nienaber mentioned how little wiggle room was when he took over. Especially given the Covid-19 outbreak in the team ahead of the Lions Challenge and the 2021 Lions series. But said it’s really nice to now have a base to work on Very well.

“We can now go back to what worked, it was difficult to judge where we were, last year we had no base because our last match was a World Cup final, and what didn’t in 2021,” he clarified.

“If you want a tragedy, you don’t have to adlib that I can speak to you but construct and develop. We know that other sides are hunting us and they are getting better.”

While the Springboks didn’t win as much as they set out to. They faced a rigorous bio-bubble and challenges not usually associated with a rugby season, and Nienaber is proud of what they’ve accomplished. Especially beating the Lions’ The Series New- Zealand in the Rugby Championship.

“We’ve had a great season regular in terms of the percentage of matches. We’ve done have worked for us some of the things we’ve won. But the situations we’re in and some of the wins we’ve had. The level of willingness to win against the Lions and finish well against New Zealand in the Rugby Championship at the end of a 16-week safe bio-bubble was incredible.

“There are things we do well, If you look at parallel travels in New Zealand and Australia at the end of the bio bubble and their results but when we are arrogant we don’t look for answers, we don’t renew, we humiliate them.”

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Winning in a Springbok jersey is still the most important thing
Winning in a Springbok jersey is still the most important thing

Nienaber said the team is relying on forwarding momentum. While there are strategies to moderate performance rather than overextend some of their top stars. It is clear the Springboks want to lead an experienced and in shape team to next year’s Rugby World Cup.

Winning in a Springbok jersey is still the most important thing. But there will be time for a revolution. The wiggle room in the rotation is completely dependent on how well teams perform in the matches they play.

“These guys need performances,” Nienaber made clear. Adding that the perfect situation was comparable to when Rassie Erasmus took over in 2018. Beating England in the first two Tests of the three-Test tour.

The Tour of Wales and the Boks in July will gain momentum. Before there’s any reason to talk about the bloody new players.

“We won the first two that provided the chances to introduce rotation. It was perfect in 2018 when we gave England a win in 3 challenges. The important thing is you don’t want to lose momentum because of rotation spin without affecting momentum.

“If you don’t have motivation and confidence in the team, on the other hand, we are talking about trial experience and management experience, motivation is perhaps the major substance, and you familiarize young players with a team that doesn’t have soreness, you don’t improve. We’ll want to win the first two games to get that momentum.”

The Boks will against Wales in three Tests in July in Pretoria, followed by a tough Castle Lager rugby tournament with two Tests against the All Blacks in South Africa Bloemfontein and Cape Town.

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England coach Eddie Jones might stay, maybe they want him

Rugby World Cup 2023: England coach Eddie Jones might stay, maybe they want him

Dean Richards has floated the prospect of Eddie Jones staying on as England coach if he wins the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France and does not support the idea that his successor should be British. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy rwc 2023 tickets from our website.

Eddie Jones staying on as England's manager if he wins the Rugby World Cup 2023
Eddie Jones staying on as England’s coach if he wins the Rugby World Cup 2023

This is the target of Rugby Union CEO Bill Sweeney. Who has said: “We consider we have such a wealth of British coaches in the game. As a foremost rugby country, we should be increasing English coaches and an English style of play. It is assumed for the long term, so as far as I’m worried it’s more of an English setting.”

Richards, who has played 48 times for England and has unparalleled experience as a rugby director in the Premiership, believes England’s World Cup success will remove Jones’ memory of two consecutive poor Six Nations results.

He clarified: “Finally semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup 2023 England appears easy right now and reaching the quarter-finals then all is well to forget if you are within two games of winning the World Cup. England coach Eddie Jones can stay, they may want him to stay.

Dean Richards

If Sweeney and the board decision Jones decide that he must end his term. After the World Cup in France, Richards wants the option open to all applicants. “It doesn’t have to be English, It has to be the greatest appropriate coach to victory such a simple World Cup for us. But they have to realize what British culture is and make the most of English (player) psychology.

If Sweeney and the board decision Jones decide that he must end his term
If Sweeney and the board decision Jones decide that he must end his term

“It provides a clear path to understanding what it takes to be an international player. There are a lot of contenders – many of them British – and some foreigners. I don’t think they essentially have to operate at an international level. But they need to realize their competencies and whether they meet the standards you set.

“Sometimes they work with international head coaches it’s hard to just succeed see how.

The benefits of being a rugby director or manager in the Premier League are absolutely enormous as it is unlike any other sport. But you have to figure out whether those assets and faintness. What you get in the Premiership will also be needed at an international level because they are very different.

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Are excellent France are the favourites for the Rugby World Cup 2023

Are excellent France are the favourites for the Rugby World Cup 2023, or are they climaxing too early?

Timing is all in select sports, and depending on your perspective, France remarkable rugby teams either successfully time the Rugby World Cup 2023 on home soil, or their climaxing is too soon. Les Bleus, led by Coach Fabien Galthié, completed the Six Nations Grand Slam last week with a comfortable 25-13 win over England in Paris. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

France Coach Fabien Galthie completed the Six Nations Grand Slam last week
France Coach Fabien Galthie completed the Six Nations Grand Slam last week

They rose to number 2 in the world rankings behind the Springboks and also recently defeated the perennial rugby standard All Blacks. The win over England capped off an outstanding Six Nations campaign and at times the skill, daring and execution of the rugby game by the growing French team was breathtaking.

The backline, led by the brilliant scrum-half and 2021 World Player of the Year Antoine Dupont, was brilliant, decisive and quick on the attack. When they see an attack opportunity. The ball moves with speed and precision so they can dig when the time comes.

The forwards are strong and with Paul Willemse and Cameron Woki locked in, they have a second row to match Eben Etzebeth and Lood de Jager, Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock.

France has always had good strikers – Serge Betsen, Thierry Dusautoir, Abdel Benazzi. Imanol Harinordoquy, Daniel Dubroca, Jean-Pierre Rives names like and Gerard Cholley.

Finding and developing good strikers has never been a problem in France. But the trick, especially in the modern era of the World Cup cycle. Is getting the careers of five or six future greats to cross at the right time.

Think of the Bok bags that won RWC 2019 – Kitshoff, Du Toit, Etzebeth, Vermeulen, Marx. Mbonambi, Mtawarira, Kolisi, De Jager and Malherbe will almost all be Springbok superstars.

It seems that for the current French team, and for France as a whole. Several great players are forming and they are overlapping. It may be luck, but it’s actually the product of good planning.

Long term vision

Their success and the upward trend is the result of years of planning. France’s system is very similar to that of South Africa, with clubs and provinces having a large say in how the game is played. Often at the expense of the senior national team. Rugby Fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

Brilliant scrum-half and 2021 World Player of the Year Antoine Dupont
Brilliant scrum-half and 2021 World Player of the Year Antoine Dupont

There are more than 2,000 amateur clubs and more than 30 professional clubs in France. There is little solidarity and until recently there was more battle between top clubs and the Federation of French Rugby (FFR).

But variations to their system, such as applying the regulation. That every professional club must sign at least 16 French players, have gone deeper. This is critical for games and tours outside the test window.

In 2021, many French test players, including DuPont, have not been unconfined from the three test tours in Australia. Due to the maximum number of matches allowed and Covid restrictions. Three tests were crowded into 11 days.

That meant Galthié had to expand his options, and despite losing 2-1 to a strong Australian team in the series. It was another great learning curve for Team Callow.

Galthié and the selectors, who took over in early 2020, have fixed to the improvement major players. They recognized years ago with a view of charming Rugby World Cup 2023 on home earth.

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England don't essential Erasmus they already have a Rugby World Cup talent

England don’t essential Erasmus they already have a Rugby World Cup talent

The English SOS suggestion to attract Rassie Erasmus as a head coach simply does not need it. Lost in the hoopla and bustle of England’s third-place finish in the Six Nations was that they didn’t realize they’d been given a World Cup gift. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

England don't need Rassie Erasmus they already have a Rugby World Cup gift
England don’t need Rassie Erasmus they already have a Rugby World Cup gift

But first, there was Rassie Erasmus. The rescuer who primed the Springboks for World Cup magnificence in 18 months. Who is believed to do the same for England?

The Springboks won the World Cup for more than 18 months. Erasmus and his staff have these pieces ready to do whatever. They want to be based on their years of collaboration with the Stormers and their existing ensemble.

Jacques Nienaber

The preliminary Springboks container for the World Cup final is 75 per cent current or former Stormers players.

They gave Rassie Erasmus and then-assistant coach Jacques Nienaber the flock to execute their defence system and game plan, similar to what they had already done a few years earlier with the Stormers in the late 2000s and early 2010s.

The five Springboks in the peloton started with the Storm at the time. While sixth-place Duane Vermeulen was already well acquainted with the playing style in Super Rugby at Erasmus. The other three forwards on the form are former Stormers players.

It was Stormer’s defence, led by Stormer’s coaches, mainly Stormers forwards. Who had been formed over two years together to take benefit of a World Cup to draw after losing to New Zealand?

Many players Eben Etzebeth, Siya Kolisi Pieter-Steph du Toit are in their twenties. When Erasmus goes to England, he can’t take the Stormers backpack with him.

At the level of understanding the South African Stormers. No club team in England can do it in a short time.

If this format works for England’s player pool. England’s 59% opportunity of winning the Rugby World Cup 2023 with Erasmus as a manager is no better than Eddie Jones. Rugby Fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

England wouldn't be better off with Rassie Erasmus and really don't need him
England wouldn’t be better off with Rassie Erasmus and really don’t need him

It is widely believed that to win the Webb Ellis Cup. You need to win three Division I knockouts in a row. A trace less than 60 per cent develops you a semi-final arrival at best.

Rassie Erasmus RWC 2023

England wouldn’t be better off with Erasmus and really don’t need him. As they made it through the red carpet to the semi-finals based on the form of their future opponents.

Their Rugby World Cup 2023 campaign will be easier than the Six Nations campaign.

England’s strongest challenger in Pool play is arguably Samoa. Argentina and Japan, which are in rapid decline, are the other two contenders. Los Pumas have struggled since the loss of their Super Rugby franchise,

England should win Pool D on the jog and are likely to face Wales or Fiji in the quarter-finals. Who will finish Pool C second behind the Wallabies?

Wales are headed in the wrong direction after losing to Italy and a disappointing Six Nations. Despite their aggressive display, England will welcome the quarter-final against Fiji with two hands.

England could reach the semi-finals of the World Cup if Wales don’t advance, meaning they only need to win two tough games to secure William Webb Ellis. This is on a silver platter.

England must put it together for two major knockout matches in 18 months. That’s a smaller requirement than a Grand Slam Six Nations title.

Eddie Jones will never have a better opportunity of leading the team to a Rugby World Cup victory in this silver record scheme.

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Rugby World Cup 2023 Romania's bid persist open

Rugby World Cup 2023 Romania’s bid persist open

Romania finished third in European qualifiers for the Rugby World Cup 2023 after comfortably beating 38-12 in Amsterdam on Saturday. From 2021 to 2022, in two years of the qualifying cycle, the Oaks finished 28 points, 16 points behind champions Georgia and one point behind Spain, the region’s two automatic qualifiers. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Romania finished third in European qualifiers for the Rugby World Cup 2023
Romania finished third in European qualifiers for the Rugby World Cup 2023

Romania will now compete with three other teams in the final qualifying round for the 20th and final ticket to the Rugby World Cup 2023.

A place in Group C awaits the winner of this tournament, along with Wales. Australia, Fiji and European Championship qualifiers Georgia.

Romania came into the game with a solid lead against the Netherlands, having won all previous eight encounters with the bottom team of the division.

Attempts by Gabriel Rupanu, Hickley Vaovasa, Ionut Dumitru, and Ovidiu Cojocaru saw Romania secure an extra point after half an hour, with Ionel Melinte successfully making all the transitions and leading 26-0.

But the Netherland excelled at the National Rugby Center in the bottom of the first half. Scoring through Spike Salman and Christopher Raymond before halftime.

Leading 26-12, Romania held their defence in the second half and added a few tries to win 38-12.

The Dutchman’s resistance was broken again until the 71st minute. When Nicolas Onutu crossed the line and Captain Mihai Macovei added a sixth five minutes later.

Romanian coach Andy Robinson said after the game: “We went up 26-0 and then got the Netherlands back on track. When we played well we were good but we closed occasionally and it was a few a lesson for us.

“Now we’re going to play some games in the summer and then a rematch in November. As a team, we need to get fitter, but from here we can grow and get better.”

The Netherlands have yet to win nine games. Since returning to the second tier of European rugby for the first time in 19 years in 2021.

But head coach Zane Gardiner believes they will continue to grow into a team that consistently hits higher-level teams.

“We just need a period at this level, we can play a few matches now. But it takes 80 minutes at a time,” he said.

Georgia wins the fifth title in a row

Georgia, meanwhile, defeated Spain in a qualifier for the 2023 Euro Rugby World Cup 49-15 in Tbilisi to claim its fifth successive European Rugby Championship. Rugby Fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

Georgia picked up the pace to finish the game as convincing winners
Georgia picked up the pace to finish the game as convincing winners

Georgia led only 21-15 in the half-hour, but Lelos scored four transition attempts in the last quarter.

Scrum halftime Vasil Lobzhanidze scored in the third minute at the Dinamo Stadium. His first drop goal in his 64th Test career.

In their respective halves, Tedo Abzhandadze and Manuel Ordas followed with penalties as Spain entered the Euro 2022 league lead, passing dangerous winger Jordi Jorba. Chopper made his first attempt.

Compatriot No. 14 Akaki Tabutsadze was quick to hit Georgia in his 11th attempt. While flanker Otar Giorgadze added another inning to beat the hosts 18-8 at halftime.

Spain needed to score first to get back into the fray, and they did in the ninth minute of the second half when hooker Santiago Ovejero fumbled and Ordas added an extra to make it. It turns into a three-pointer.

Since then, however, Spain has not bothered the scorers again. While Georgia picked up the pace to finish the game as convincing winners.

A penalty from Abzhandadze made it 21-15 before captain Merab Sharikadze went under the post to advance between the two teams.

Tabutsadze and Giorgadze both scored their second fights shortly afterwards, giving hooker Giorgi Chkoidze a nice win.

“We did well in this game and it means winning the trophy again. Spain is a good team, they played well. But we played better and now we are starting to prepare for next year’s World Cup.” said the head coach Levan Maisashvili of Georgia.

Spain head coach Santiago Santos was lukewarm in the defeat. “They played better and deserved to be champions, we have to congratulate Georgia,” he said.

“It is unsatisfactory to lose this game. But the huge image is that we are at the World Cup and can’t wait to develop the sport in our country.”

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Eddie Jones believes he can supervise England revival at Rugby World Cup 2023

Eddie Jones believes he can supervise England revival at Rugby World Cup 2023

Eddie Jones asserted he is still the man to turn England fate around in the run-up to next year’s World Cup after an unsatisfactory Six Nations loss by Grand Slam champions France. A 25-13 turnaround at Saturday’s gritty Stade de France meant England – one of rugby’s most resourceful nations – lost three out of five games in the championship for the second year in a row. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Jones signed with England for the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France
Jones signed with England for the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France

The long list of injuries Jones has faced this season only partly explains the bad campaign. Eddie Jones signed with England for the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France. After the 63-year-old Australian coach formerly said he intended to resign.

It would come as a huge surprise if his employers in England’s ruling rugby union were to fire Jones so close to a global achievement.

Am I satisfied with the work I do? Jones said on Sunday: “I’m not happy with the decisions.

“Do I like my coach? One hundred per cent. I like my coach, but occasionally you don’t get consequences.”

But Jones was asked if there was time for England to revive before World Cup 2023 in France, and he replied: “One hundred per cent.”

Forced into his position, Jones was humbly looking before England’s tour of his native Australia in July.

“My only concern is to prepare for Australia, and my apprehension is to coach the team well,” he said.

Rebuilding

Jones was Australia’s coach and led England to the top of Japan in 2019, beating South Africa 32-12 in the 2003 World Cup final in his hometown of Sydney.

Much of the squad went on to help England win the 2020 Six Nations. A third title in the Jones era, starting with the 2016 Grand Slam. But the coach insists a new team is needed now.

Jones was asked if there was time for England to revive before RWC 2023
Jones was asked if there was time for England to revive before RWC 2023

“I’ve coached long sufficient that I know it’s all about redeveloping a team,” he said.

“After the 2019 World Cup it appropriated them three years to win the Six Nations Championship, Look at France.

“We’ve renovated this squad from the previous Six Nations,” added Jones, after England finished third, compared to fifth last year.

“I’m very happy about the predictions of this team, I consider the development is very positive.”

England was beaten 3-1 by France. However, with just eight attempts in total linked to Les Bleus’ 17 in the Six Nations.

“We certainly need to increase our assists, we need to progress our ending,” Jones said.

“They were in our 22 five times, but their performance rate was 80%. Our implemented rate was about 45% – that’s the change in the scoreline. I hope the judgment of our team going to the World Cup is very good.”

But Jones added that rookie central defenders like Harry Randall and Marcus Smith would develop a lot in the Rugby World Cup.

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Rugby World Cup 2023 hopeful day of purpose fateful for Romania

Rugby World Cup 2023 hopeful day of purpose fateful for Romania

European qualification for the Rugby World Cup 2023 finally ends this Saturday in Amsterdam. Where the Romania team hopes for a victory. That will enable them to take the next step on their trip to France. The win over the Netherlands secures them third in the combined standings for the 2021 and 2022 European Rugby Championships. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Romania hopes for a victory that will enable them to take the next step
Romania hopes for a victory that will enable them to take the next step

Behind Georgia and Spain, as the Oaks advance to the final qualifying rounds in November. The Africa Cup runner-up, the Asia/Pacific play-off losers. The America 2 (US/Chile) play-off losers will then compete with European. Representatives for the 20th and final ticket to France in 2023.

Romania defeated Russia (34-25) and Portugal (37-27) in the 2022 tournament while losing to Spain (38-21) and Georgia (36-23).

Romania team head coach Andy Robinson said. “We went to Amsterdam and were fully focused on playing well. Against a young Netherlands team that has improved a lot.”

“The Netherlands produced a lot of problems for the defence of the opponent with a smooth attack. But only missed execution in the last third of the field.

“Last weekend against Georgia was our greatest performance of the year. So although the unsatisfactory loss, the team entered the final with sureness.

“Our RWC 2023 qualifying targets remain in place, so there is a lot for the team to aim for.”

Romania World Rugby Men’s Ranking

Romania will retake the United States to 17th place in the Capgemini-backed World Rugby Men’s Ranking, beating the Netherlands.

Robinson made six personnel and two-position changes for the starting lineup en route to Amsterdam.

Vasile Balan turned a loosehead and Costel Burtila was promoted. The bench with a narrow lead. Elsewhere, Captain Mihai Macovei is eighth with Andre Gorin.

At the back, striker Daniel Plai is paired with centre-back Gabriel Rupanu. Vladut Popa and Hinckley Vaovasa to form a new centre-forward duo

With Marius Simionescu injured, Paul Popoaia appeared on the left-wing, joining Ionut Dumitru and Ionel Melinte in the back three. Rugby Fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

Robinson made six personnel and two-position changes for the starting lineup
Robinson made six personnel and two-position changes for the lineup

The Netherlands set up a swan song for another Storm Carroll veteran. After the Netherlands recently said goodbye to former national coach Dirk Danen a few weeks ago.

The 37-year-old will earn his 38th and final cap for the Netherlands. If he is called off the bench. He will become the Netherlands’ second-most capped player, behind Hugo Langelaan alone.

Netherlands coach Zane Gardiner

Dutch boss Zane Gardiner has kept just six players from their last starting line-up. Including a back three from Daan van der Avoird, Jordy Hop and Te Campbell.

Props Hugo Langelaan is back on the pitch, with brothers Mark and Andrew Darlington in the front row.

Marijn Huis and Koen Bloemen join Louis Bruinsma. And Niels van der Ven in the second row and join Spike Salman in the back row

David Weersma and Caleb Korteweg start under central defenders Bart Wierenga and Daily Limmen.

Blake Nightingale and Kieran Hogg will both make their debut in the 2022 Championship. With the former last playing for the Netherlands in March 2019.

Romania team has won an average of 37 points in their previous eight encounters with the Netherlands. So anything other than an away win would be a huge shock. However, if the Dutch break their duck and win. They rise to 25th in the ranking, at the expense of Russia.

The Netherlands have lost all eight games after returning to the 2021 Rugby European Championship after a 19-year absence. Only to be placed bottom of the rankings by Russia.

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