Wallabies coach Jones apologises for ‘terrible’ All Blacks loss

Wallabies coach Jones apologises for ‘terrible’ All Blacks loss

Australia coach Eddie Jones has apologized to fans following the Wallabies’ heavy defeat by the All Blacks in Melbourne. However, he remains confident that he can turn the team around in time for the World Cup in France. Jones, who previously led Australia to the final of the 2003 World Cup, is now 0-3 in his second stint as coach. The 38-7 loss at the Melbourne Cricket Ground sealed the Rugby Championship title for the All Blacks and extended their winning streak in the Bledisloe Cup to 21 years.

The defeat was particularly disheartening for Australia, as it came in front of a massive home crowd of 84,000. After suffering a thrashing by South Africa and a close loss to Argentina, this loss was arguably the most disappointing under Jones’ leadership. Despite the team’s efforts, Jones acknowledged that their performance was not good enough and took full responsibility for the result.

Australia’s struggles were further compounded by injuries to key players. Allan Alaalatoa suffered a serious Achilles injury, while Taniela Tupou sustained a rib injury. Co-captain Michael Hooper’s calf injury also puts his participation in the World Cup in doubt. However, despite these setbacks, Jones remains optimistic about the team’s potential and believes they can become a strong unit.

Jones acknowledged that turning the team’s fortunes around may seem unlikely at the moment, but he has confidence in his coaching abilities. He urged fans to remain hopeful and continue supporting the team, assuring them that they will bounce back. Despite the disappointing result, Jones saw positive signs in the Wallabies’ performance against the All Blacks and believes they have the potential to be a formidable team.

In conclusion, Eddie Jones has apologized to fans for the Wallabies’ heavy defeat and takes full responsibility for the team’s performance. Despite the challenges they face, including injuries to key players, Jones remains confident in his ability to turn the team around. He encourages fans to stay hopeful and assures them that the team will improve.

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