Saracens, attempting to deal with the fallout from one of the biggest scandals in English club history, insist their heavy punishment for salary-cap breaches will not have an impact on Eddie Jones’s squad
If Eddie Jones was unable to pick Saracens players for the Six Nations - how deep do England's options go?
Eddie Jones fears the Saracens crisis could affect the availability of his star players for the forthcoming Six Nations. Mako Vunipola, Jamie George, Jack Singleton, Maro Itoje, George Kruis, Billy Vunipola,
Saracens' punishment for breaching the Premiership's salary cap regulations will act as "an excellent deterrent" to other clubs, according to Sale Sharks director of rugby Steve Diamond. Sarries, the Premiership
Mark McCall tells Eddie Jones he would never stop a Saracens player pulling on England Six Nations shirt
Mark McCall has given emphatic backing for his Saracens players to represent England during the Six Nations, despite fears by national head coach Eddie Jones that they could skip the championship to help
Joe Marler rules out England rift: 'Saracens’ salary cap transgressions have been dealt with and are in the past'
Harlequins’ prop Joe Marler dismissed fears expressed by Eddie Jones that there might be rifts to repair in the England camp over Saracens’ salary cap transgressions by stating that the issue "has been
It is hard to believe but somewhere out there is a well-known rugby coach without a new book out. It is tempting to imagine Eddie Jones and Warren Gatland duelling with inky quills at dawn, going at it
The robots didn’t do too badly, did they? The complaint from Eddie Jones that English players are stilted, robotic and lack imagination didn’t hamper the cause as the national team swept so much before
And if we lost a Test out there – while England are world champions – imagine the heat from the media “Absolutely,” Warren Gatland says when asked if he would still love to coach the All Blacks one day.
Scotland must take inspiration from Japan and try to become "the best 'small' team in the world", says England head coach Eddie Jones. Jones also suggested Gregor Townsend's side "got their physical conditioning
England head coach Eddie Jones fears some Saracens players could skip the Six Nations campaign to help their club avoid relegation after a 35-point deduction for salary cap breaches. The deduction leaves
Saracens face the task of needing to win 10 of their 18 remaining league games to be certain of preserving their Premiership status following confirmation of a 35-point point deduction and £5.4m fine breaching
The only way Saracens' stars won't be playing for England in Six Nations is if Eddie Jones decides not to pick them
Eddie Jones is worried that his sizeable Saracens’ contingent will side with black-shirted kith and kin at their club when it comes to the 2020 Six Nations’ Championship rather than with England. The coach