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Eddie Jones has brought in some help for this weekend’s clash with Wales.
The England boss has brought in his football counterpart, Gareth Southgate, who was recently installed as England Football manager, as they prepare to travel to Cardiff and take on Wales in the Six Nations this Saturday.
The football boss visited England’s training base in Surrey on Tuesday, as they look to improve on their poor record at the Principality. Southgate addressed England’s backroom staff and attended both training sessions on Tuesday, to offer his help to the rugby team.
Southgate was joined by Australian netball coach Lisa Alexander.
“We’ve had a brilliant learning day today with Gareth and Lisa,” said Jones.
“As we’ve always stated our aim is to get better everyday and we want to get people into camp who have knowledge and great experience to learn from them.
“The staff shared a very interactive hour with them at a lunchtime meeting where we learnt a lot, reinforced some principles and also discovered some new things that we need to do to keep moving forward.”