Eddie Jones: A life in rugby

Published 1344 GMT (2144 HKT) June 25, 2018
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England coach Eddie Jones is all smiles following the side's first Test win in Cape Town against South Africa. England won 25-10 but lost the series 2-1 with the 2019 World Cup looming. David Rogers/Getty Images
Jones was under pressure after England lost the first two Tests on its summer tour to South Africa to take its losing streak to five Test matches. David Rogers/Getty Images
Jones was already under fire after defending champion England won only two of its five matches in the 2018 Six Nations championship to finish fifth. BEN STANSALL/Getty Images
England hoped Jones's hard-nosed approach and winning mentality would yield a second straight grand slam in 2017 but Ireland prevented the clean sweep in the final match in Dublin. ADRIAN DENNIS/Getty Images
England won all of its Six Nations matches to win a first grand slam since 2003 in Jones' first year in charge in 2016. David Rogers/Getty Images
Jones was appointed as England head coach in the wake of their disastrous 2015 Rugby World Cup campaign. AFP/Getty Images
Jones guided minnow Japan to a famous World Cup win against South Africa in the group stage in 2015. He became national coach following a second spell coaching Japanese club side Suntory Sungoliath. DAMIEN MEYER/Getty Images
The much-traveled Jones had a spell as assistant coach with South Africa during the 2007 World Cup in France. The Springboks, led by head coach Jake White (left), beat England in the final. Gallo Images/Getty Images
After he left his post with the Wallabies in 2005, Jones had a stint at Saracens in England before taking up a role as head coach of the Queensland Reds in Australia. Jonathan Wood/Getty Images
Australia and head coach Jones lost to England in extra time in the final of the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Sydney. PETER PARKS/Getty Images
Jones' Australia beat New Zealand twice in 2001 to win the historic Bledisloe Cup between the two sides. Getty Images
Jones was appointed Australia coach in 2001 after a successful spell at the head of the ACT Brumbies club side based out of Canberra. David Rogers/Getty Images
The former schoolteacher began his top-flight coaching career with Australia's ACT Brumbies after a spell as a coach in Japan. Jones is pictured here with Brumbies captain George Gregan (left). Ross Land/Getty Images