Eddie Jones named Coach of the Year at the World Rugby Awards but England boss passes the credit onto his players: 'It's great for the team'



Eddie Jones was named Coach of the Year at the World Rugby Awards on Sunday night.
He is the first England boss to win the prize since Sir Clive Woodward in 2003.
Jones was voted above All Blacks coach Steve Hansen and Wales coach Warren Gatland at the awards ceremony in Monaco.
The Australian has steered England to nine wins from 10 Tests in 2017 and claimed the best is yet to come as he builds towards the World Cup in 2019.
'It's great for the team,' said Jones, who was handed his award by Sir Clive.
'It's a reflection of our team, the great players and the staff. The only reason I took... read more

 
27 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 58
Source: Daily Mail
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