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Eddie Jones to be introduced as Japan coach TOMORROW after holding a secret interview with Courageous Blossoms earlier than taking cost of Australia on the Rugby World Cup

Eddie Jones to be introduced as Japan coach TOMORROW after holding a secret interview with Courageous Blossoms earlier than taking cost of Australia on the Rugby World Cup
Eddie Jones to be introduced as Japan coach TOMORROW after holding a secret interview with Courageous Blossoms earlier than taking cost of Australia on the Rugby World Cup


  • Eddie Jones is ready to be introduced as Japan boss on Thursday 
  • He claimed he had little interest in the job whereas he was Australia coach 
  • However after resigning in October, he’s set to return to Japan 

Eddie Jones’s long-expected return to Japan is ready to be confirmed on Thursday with reviews claiming an announcement is imminent.

Regardless of vehemently denying hypothesis that he was serious about returning to the Courageous Blossoms, Jones is anticipated to be confirmed as the brand new coach after resigning from the Wallabies in October.

Jones is known to have held a secret interview with the Japanese federation previous to the Rugby World Cup, during which he oversaw Australia’s disastrous marketing campaign in France.

He was interviewed a second time final week and seems to have performed sufficient to persuade Japan that he nonetheless has loads to present on the high degree of rugby.

In line with Japanese media, he has overwhelmed South Africa’s Frans Ludeke to the job and will probably be unveiled on Thursday. 

Eddie Jones is ready to be introduced as the brand new coach of Japan on Thursday

Jones quit the Wallabies in October and is on the cusp of returning to the Brave Blossoms

Jones give up the Wallabies in October and is on the cusp of returning to the Courageous Blossoms

Jones, who’s half-Japanese, beforehand coached the Courageous Blossoms between 2012 and 2015.

In one other improvement, former Wallabies supervisor Chris Webb can also be reportedly becoming a member of Jones on the JFRU, and not too long ago flew to Japan.

Webb was met on the airport by Japanese press, with Sponichi reporting that Webb had acknowledged: ‘Nothing had been determined but’.

‘It was revealed on the eighth that Eddie Jones (63), who served in the identical place from 2012 to 2015, has been confirmed to return as the following head coach (HC) of the Japan nationwide rugby crew,’ the Sponichi web site stated.

‘If authorised by the Board of Administrators on the thirteenth, he will probably be formally appointed for the primary time in eight years,’ Sponichi reported.

‘Relating to the number of the following head coach, Japan Affiliation President Masato Tsuchida, who has a detailed relationship with Jones, led the return and made a secret supply to Jones, who had been Australia’s coach this spring.

‘An open name was held in July, with League1 Division 1 Tokyo Bay head coach Fran Rudike and others nominating. Remaining interviews have been held with the 2 finalists in Tokyo on the seventh.

Jones reportedly held a secret interview with Japan while he was coach of Australia

Jones reportedly held a secret interview with Japan whereas he was coach of Australia

‘As initially deliberate, Mr Jones was chosen.’

Rugby Australia have since eliminated Hamish McLennan as chairman after a torrid 2023, with Daniel Herbert taking up.

The doomed appointment of Jones following the sacking of Dave Rennie in January was seen as a ‘captain’s choose’, though McLennan claimed the transfer was supported by the board.

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