Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby: Eddie Jones on leadership, Marcus Smith & RWC 2019 | Podcast

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England head coach Eddie Jones joins Brian Moore and the Telegraph’s chief rugby correspondent Gavin Mairs to discuss the launch of his new book Leadership.

Jones opens up on the 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign and explains why he is the man to blame for England’s defeat to South Africa in Japan. He also takes us back to 2015 and the period when he took over and the task that awaited him upon his arrival.

Elsewhere Jones admits that he can, at times, be to demanding of his coaching staff which has caused many bust ups over the years and he explains the important role that women are playing in the current England setup.

We also hear his thoughts on the recent Autumn Nations Series and in particular fly half Marcus Smith who announced himself at test level with some assured performances against Australia and the Springboks.

Extracts from Leadership: Lessons from my life in rugby by Eddie Jones with Donald McRae (Macmillan, £20.00) © Eddie Jones/Ensemble Rugby Limited 2021. Buy now for £16.99 at books.telegraph.co.uk or call 0844 871 1514

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