England coach Eddie Jones mentioned he has at all times tried to be a “affordable individual” amid criticism of his teaching strategies and the excessive turnover fee of backroom workers.
A report in the Times last week mentioned a former England participant described Jones as “brutal, impolite, aggressive” whereas a former worker mentioned the Australian’s behaviour was “belittling.”
A number of backroom workers have give up the teaching crew in recent times together with John Mitchell, who had prolonged his contract till the 2023 World Cup earlier this yr however left in July to hitch Premiership aspect Wasps after a fallout with Jones.
“This stuff occur, everybody has an opinion on how you use. I am unable to say it is proper or fallacious, I attempt to be an inexpensive individual,” Jones instructed BT Sport.
“I’ve coached for a good time period and there have in all probability been instances after I have not been as good as I would prefer to be. However I endeavour to be truthful on a regular basis and I am excited the place this crew goes to go.
“Has there been a excessive turnover of workers? There’s been sure areas the place we have appeared to refresh the workers. That is my sixth yr within the job and you’d anticipate that. We’ve obtained an excellent workers and we respect their laborious work.”
England, who completed fifth on the Six Nations this yr, are getting ready for November internationals in opposition to Tonga at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday adopted by Australia (Nov. 13) and South Africa (Nov. 20).