RFU vows nothing will be ‘swept under carpet’ for Eddie Jones’ England review

  • Panel will look at all aspects of ‘miserable’ Six Nations campaign
  • Talk of replacing head coach is ‘premature’ but plans are in place

Bill Sweeney has assured England supporters that next month’s review into their underwhelming Six Nations campaign and the future of Eddie Jones is far from a cosmetic exercise, because the performances left him struggling to sleep at night.

Sweeney, the Rugby Football Union’s chief executive, will be part of a panel looking at why England slumped from first to fifth in the table, suffering their first home defeat to Scotland for 38 years and conceding a record number of points to Wales before disappearing in Dublin.

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