Aviva Premiership coaches fear chances of succeeding Eddie Jones as England boss are limited by strict Rugby Football Union rules
Top Aviva Premiership coaches believe they could be ruled out of succeeding Eddie Jones as England head coach by the Rugby Football Union's criteria for the role.
England boss Ian Ritchie has challenged home-grown coaches to gain international experience to be in the frame to replace Australian Jones, who could step down after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
The RFU chief executive's demands were met with a level of frustration by Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter and Northampton director of rugby Jim Mallinder however, with both explaining the pitfalls of chasing gainful coaching employment... read more
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