Eddie Jones is the head coach of the England Rugby Union team. Previously he worked as coach for Australia and Japan, when they famously beat South Africa in the 2015 World Cup. He was also assistant coach for South Africa in 2007 when they won the World Cup.
One of the best autobiographies of 2019 * Rugby World * Refreshingly self-critical . . . Jones emerges as a more complex character than he had led us to believe -- A <i>The Times</i> Sports Book of the Year A genuine super-coach -- Stephen Jones * The Sunday Times * An absolute genius * Sydney Morning Herald * Jones has a winning mentality - he is constantly asking for more. England were 18 games unbeaten and I saw his quote saying we are nowhere near ready to win a World Cup. He recognised what the end looks like and what that environment needs to look like. -- Gareth Southgate A world-class coach -- Sir Clive Woodward Eternally thoughtful about his craft and sport . . . fascinating . . . Jones is brutally frank about himself and the people and players in his life. His gifts of leadership and organisation are clearly remarkable -- A <i>Daily Mail</i> Book of the Year * Daily Mail Books of the Year *