Published: Mon, January 20, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Saracens to be relegated from English Premiership over salary cap breaches

Saracens to be relegated from English Premiership over salary cap breaches

They are going to have a great excitement about playing for England.

"Every player has got a slightly different situation", added McCall.

"It's a great opportunity for us", he said.

The Sarries quotient would certainly have been one bigger were it not for a fourth broken arm in two years for number-8 Billy Vunipola.

"We have picked the best squad available and at the same time we have selected some young players because we need to keep building the depth and we need to keep looking for players who are better than the ones we have".

Jones said: "Get ready to play against France and then get ready to play against whoever we play against after France".

"We are off to Portugal and hopefully get a bit of sun, nice warm conditions and will have a debrief after the Rugby World Cup".

"All of that business, that will get sorted out".

But Jones has seen the positive side in the former Saracens and Bath forward's departure, "If I'm picking the right assistant coaches they should be leaving".

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When asked about his mindset inside what is contractually his final two-years in the job, Jones doubled down, "My aim is to make England the greatest rugby team the world has ever seen".

But Jones urged Vunipola to take heart from Australian rugby league star Mal Meninga, who enjoyed a fine career despite breaking his arm several times.

England back-row Billy Vunipola is set to miss the Six Nations after Saracens confirmed he suffered a broken arm during the club's European Champions Cup victory against Racing 92 on Sunday.

Eddie Jones has called up nineuncapped players for England's 2020 Six Nations squad.

The 40-year-old Ryles is a former Australia rugby league worldwide who has been assistant coach of Melbourne since 2016 and helped the team to the Premiership title in Australia in 2017 and two other grand-final appearances.

"The tide will turn for Billy".

Steve Borthwick with Eddie Jones during the World Cup in Japan.

"My issue is to pick the squad today and then pick the 23 against France".

Jones has also given his verdict on the new coaches who will be taking charge of teams in the Six Nations with Andy Farrell head coach of Ireland; Wayne Pivac at Wales, Fabien Galthie with France and Franco Smith taking over with Italy.

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