This Monday, Eddie jones, head coach of England, summoned a squad of 28 players for a three-day concentration in The Lensbury, in South West London, from Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th October. And in an atypical 2020 product of the effects of the pandemic, he expressed his joy at being able to return to be in charge of the La Rosa team.
“We should be grateful for this opportunity. I am very excited to coach England again and I hope the players feel the same way. Our job is to bring a smile to people’s faces and that’s what we’re going to try to do, “Jones said.
He continued: “It is great to be able to compete in rugby at the highest level again when the world is in a difficult situation. So our responsibility is to make people smile. I know how people in England smile when the team wins!“.
Notably, England have six games ahead this fall, starting with the Barbarians (Oct. 25). After a trip to Rome to face Italy (October 31) for the final date of Six Nations 2020, La Rosa will play four matches as part of the Eight Nations: in Twickenham against Georgia (November 14) and Ireland (November 21) ) and then visit Wales (November 28). Finally, she will return to London to close her season with for a qualifying match that will determine the final position of the tournament (December 6).
On the other hand, meanwhile, in the European country the Premiership is defined, which this Saturday, and after the duel between Sale Sharks and Worcester was suspended, will have its semifinals, which will be starring Wasps-Bristol Y Exeter-Bath, matches that can be enjoyed through the ESPN screen.
Within the joy expressed by the head coach of the English team that in 2019 reached the final of the World Cup in Japan (instance in which they fell to South Africa), bad news thinking about what is coming: the third row Courtney lawes the calendar of the european autumn after confirming that it will be outside the courts for 12 weeks for an ankle injury.