Eddie Jones: Ireland Are An "Excellent Team".

Eddie Jones: Ireland Are An

Eddie Jones: Ireland Are An "Excellent Team".

The video, which was taken at a talk given by the England head coach at the Fuso talk - a sister company of England sponsors Mitsubishi - in July past year, emerged on social media just three days before his side take on Ireland in their final Six Nations match of the championship, and comes when the Australian is already under growing pressure following the back-to-back defeats by Scotland and France.

An Irish Rugby Football Union spokesman confirmed that they had received a phone call from their English counterparts to apologise for Jones' remarks, although it's also understood that the 58-year-old will not face any disciplinary action from the RFU.

England head coach Eddie Jones has apologised for comments which he made about Ireland last summer.

Ireland, seeking their third grand slam following clean sweeps in 1948 and 2009, top the standings on 19 points.

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England will kick off at Twickenham following back-to-back defeats by Scotland and France, the first time they have lost successive internationals during the Australian's 27 Tests in charge.

Ireland were 24-15 winners at Twickenham as they sealed the Grand Slam triumph to go with the NatWest 6 Nations title they won last weekend.

When pressed on his remarks, Jones said: "I've made the statement". I'm still dirty about that game, but we will get 'em back.

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"If they don't beat Ireland, and they have three hard games against South Africa (in the away series that follows), they can go from a losing streak of three to six very quickly".

"It's all part of our journey, all growth for the team - every setback, every disappointment - and I think to end the tournament on a good result for us will be reward for a lot of work that has gone into this campaign". I thought our effort against Ireland was outstanding. They have got a very distinct style of play and we feel those two will get us on the front foot.

"I'm obviously disappointed, I'm pleased for Ireland, they played exceptionally well".

He added: "Ireland are a good tough team who are well coached, very well disciplined, they play to their strengths and are very worthy Grand Slam winners".

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