Eddie Jones intends to boycott the future World Rugs meeting for coaches and judges after declaring their Ed waste of time Ed.
Britain refrained from victory over New Zealand on Saturday in Twickenham, and a late attempt by Sam Underhill was overridden by the referee Jerome Garces after TMO Marius Jonker's intervention.
The call to Courtney Lawes, who had made a box shot to give TJ Perenara's Underhill opportunity, was borderline and disagreeable.
The UK's disappointment was outlined last week by the revised TMO protocol, with the World Rugby's official and coaches gathering to discuss key areas of the game.
Among the changes, the score scoring should be an on-site decision made by the referee and it should be looked at that the TMO is solely asked for an ”obvious and obvious sadece violation, ie the law does not have the initiative.
Jones refuses to denounce the authorities, but he insists that yer something is wrong somewhere. Jones
I don't think I'm going to go to another referee in my life. It's a waste of time, zaman Jones said.
Hard calls in sports. Last week we took one, he was in pain. If it really hurts or burns – stuck in the memory and use it within 12 months ….
– Will Carling (@willcarling) November 10, 2018
Arlılık Referees have a hard job, they make tough decisions and everything we want rugby is consistency in decision making. We're happy to make every decision they make.
. But if we have policies, we must follow them. If we don't follow them, what is the purpose of being involved in that policy and decision-making processes?
Im I just prefer to accept and continue with it. Smile at the end of the game, if it does not go our way, if it continues our way, know that it will not be next time.
. It goes like this, you get the tone of green or you don't. No sour grapes in the game.
– England Rugby (@landrugby) November 11, 2018
. You win some of them, you lose some of them and go with it. But there's something wrong. "
While George Kruis has stepped out of the two Quilter Internationals against Japan and Australia due to a calf injury, Manu Tuilagi is unlikely to play any role against the Brave Flowers on Twickenham on Saturday.
England, the center of Leicester, is determined to avoid any threat to Tuilagi's return from a small groin species after uncovering many years of misfortune to push for self-strife this autumn.
Malı Manu should definitely go up to 100 percent. You see these games and they are physically very meticulous. . You must be 100 percent, Jones Jones said.
Cu A different sportsman. It's like a racehorse that should be the absolute best to run a mile at best. You have to be a well-adjusted athlete and have him.
"It's useless to play it when it's not right, because everything you do is causing damage, physical and psychological conditions."
Dylan Hartley, due to a thumb problem in New Zealand after half an hour to be changed, for some time to be ready to terminate the best screen for England.
Iyor Overall, it's going well. It could work a little harder. More moves. The more you fight, the more cleaning, the more you carry. He can do more, but it's going well, las Jones said.