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Eddie Jones...Warren Gatland...Joe Schmidt...Steve Hansen...Rassie Erasmus...Michael Cheika...there are some seriously experienced high class coaches in the 2019 rugby World Cup...two of which won’t make the semi finals!
It could all come down to how they handle the pressure at what is widely regarded as the most open World Cup in years.
Preparation...selection...substitutions...officiating approach...media...extreme weather (they are going to have to be ready for anything!)....there are obviously so many areas they are going to be tested and challenged in.
Who does everyone think will handle the pressure the best?
I personally think Eddie Jones is going to absolutely thrive in this tournament and that Eddie, his coaching team and the players are ready for anything, and will adapt to whatever the tournament throws at them
What do you think? Who is best prepared and equipped to handle the pressure?
PS Scots please don’t be offended I didn’t include Gregor Townsend in the list. Big fan of what he’s done but I just don’t quite class him at the same level experience wise (not ability!)
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