Thursday, 28 May, 2020

Farrell, Jones and Borthwick speak after Rugby World Cup final loss








England head coach Eddie Jones, assistant coach Steve Borthwick and Captain Owen Farrell speak to the media after their tough loss against South Africa in the final at Rugby World Cup 2019

26 comments on “Farrell, Jones and Borthwick speak after Rugby World Cup final loss

Eddie is whingeing as much as any Englishman ever does, not at all Australian. Some people want him to come home and coach the Wobblies again. He had his chances in 2003, took a world champion team and turned it into a 2nd rate team. 2003 and 2019 spell the ability of Eddie the apparent team destroyer.

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Maybe Eddie Jones secretly hates the English? Who knows?

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Well done South Africa from ABs supporter, Southern Hemisphere Rugby prevails again ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘well done guys

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The South African team where brilliant they took there chances England give away to many penalties and errors, they where out played by agreat South African rugby team.

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Gatland tried to help, and they mocked him๐Ÿ˜

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๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ take that steady eddie

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oh well boys Chariot is definitely swinging low hahahaha , you guys put to much time and effort into beating ABs that you fellas haven't stopped celebrating

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oh well boys Chariot is definitely swinging low hahahaha , you guys put to much time and effort into beating ABs that you fellas haven't stopped celebrating

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Will be remembered as the team that were over confident after beating the all blacks and thought they won the World Cup

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Eddy clearly still in shock. 1:08 saying the difference was england not taking their opportunities when SA did is living in denial the reason they lost is they were dominated by SA from start to finish. When NZ lost to ENG for exactly the same reason they admitted it. Eddy can't admit it tho so doesn't know why he lost LOL

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Pretty classy from Eddie I thought, refused to let any journalists drag him into making excuses.

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They should've keep changing their players just like they did when they facing the All Blacks.

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Mortality wounded but the bocks out played us and well done to them, so proud of our lads though they were brilliant throughout the whole tournament. ๐Ÿ‰โค๏ธ๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‡ฏ๐Ÿ‡ต

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Are you smirking now Farrell?

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The Springboks went into the final with more then one game plan there forwards dominated the set pieces from minute one to minute eighty. There attacking power was just to high tempo forwards dominated the ruck they added in also there short kicking game I don't think any team on the planet can beat the Springboks with there brand of football they were too good mate fortunate enough the All Blacks didn't make the final.

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NZ lost the ball to penalties so many times with England N 4 putting his hand on the balls. SA did not repeat the same mistake.

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Dull responses from both Eddie and Owen (no surprise there). If Eddie shouted his mouth after a defeat in the same way before a match then I'd have respect for hi. The response to the haka last week was electrifying but England have now got a questionable record in WC finals. P4-W1.

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Well done boys ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ
Very tournament should be proud beaten by the better team today outmuscled and just made too many mistakes

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England bottled it. Pure and simple.

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we were more nervous than England goin to this match, their performance against the ABs… i was certain England takes the WC.

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Broken by mentally fragility and a solid performance by SA. All the skills in the world donโ€™t mean a thing if you canโ€™t turn up and you canโ€™t be true champions without being able to regroup, congrats SA.

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So we can dominate New Zealand make hardly and mistakes then we play South Africa and we canโ€™t catch the ball when itโ€™s 1ft away and crongrats to springboks your defence was amazing

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As a saffa I have a lot of respect for Eddie Jones, he is an amazing coach. Truth is, you can coach a team but it's up to the players to preform on the day. Take time to read what EJ had to say about SA when he coached with Jake White during the 2007 world cup.

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And everybody forgets, we, SA, have a great coach who played and knows the game and most of all is there because of his passion for rugby. We have a great and worthy captain and that combo makes a big difference in passion and spirit for the team. Well done my Bokke ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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SA came to play – England was still stuck in traffic. Not sure how many players will go around saying, we're 2nd best in the world. No excuses SA had a solid game plan and it showed.

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Jones at least made an effort to be honest and sociable, the others were as poor as England's scrum

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