Eddie Jones Biography
Eddie Jones is an Austrailian former professional rugby player and coach, is the current England Rugby Team Head Coach, a former Wallabies Coach and speaker. He is also known as “The coach that revolutionised the England Rugby Union team”. He is a successful international rugby coach having coached Australia to the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Before he took on the England Head Coach role, he coached Japan’s national team for three years leading up to the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
During his sporting career as a successful international rugby coach, he coached Australia to the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Before coaching the England Team, he coached Japan’s national team for three years leading up to the 2015 Rugby World Cup and with the team masterminded one of the greatest sporting upsets of all time as his Japanese squad enjoyed a famous victory against the South African Springboks.
As a successful player before coaching, Eddie began playing rugby at Matraville High School alongside future rugby legends David Knox and the Ella brothers. He has also represented Randwick New South Wales and the Australian Barbarians. Eddie joined the England Rugby Team in 2015, as the team’s first non-English coach replacing Stuart Lancaster and becoming one of the highest paid head coaches in rugby.
As a speaker, he is known to be outspoken, entertaining and engaging, when delivering either an after-dinner speech or keynote presentation and is also an ambassador for several brands.
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