Embattled Wallabies coach Eddie Jones has declared he’s “committed to Australia” after arriving residence from the World Cup amid a flurry of reviews he’s set to take a job supply from Japan.
Arriving in Sydney on Friday morning Jones, who signed a five-year take care of the Wallabies however has reportedly been speaking with Japanese officers, declared he would meet with Rugby Australia and reveal his future at a press convention on Monday.
“Meeting with Rugby (Australia). I will speak to the media on Monday but I am committed to Australia,” he mentioned when door-stopped by TV cameras on the airport.
Jones reiterated that he had had “no discussions” with Japanese officers regardless of reviews he performed an interview by way of Zoom and that the job was his for the taking.
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He has repeatedly denied these reviews and mentioned he “can;t control” reviews popping out of Japan that he was going to simply accept the teaching function.
“Ah well, as I said mate, I’m committed to Australia,” he mentioned.
Multiple Japanese news retailers, and the London Telegraph, have reported that Jones is ready to take over from Jamie Joseph as Japan head coach on a long-term deal.
Rugby Australia didn’t organise an arrival press convention for Jones at Sydney Airport upon arrival from France and the 63-year-old was reluctant to speak.
Jones stays underneath strain after the Wallabies earlier ever World Cup exit which got here on the again of losses to Fiji and Wales.