Japan has the potential to reach the top 4 in the world under Jones, says Leitch

Japan’s former captain, Michael Leitch, is excited about working with Eddie Jones again and taking on the world’s top rugby teams. Leitch believes that the team has a chance to break into the top four teams in the world by playing the most exciting rugby globally. The Brave Blossoms are currently in Miyazaki for their first training camp under Jones’ leadership, where they are preparing to face England at Tokyo’s National Stadium on June 22.

During his previous tenure as head coach, Jones implemented a “super-fast” style of Japanese rugby that led to three victories at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, including a remarkable win over South Africa. Leitch reflected on the challenging training experience leading up to the breakthrough World Cup performance and expressed his enjoyment in contributing to this task.

Jones praised the players for their quick learning and dedication to improvement during training sessions. He emphasized the importance of developing the next generation of Japanese rugby players and saw this as a pivotal moment for Japanese rugby. Jones is focused on guiding the team towards success and ensuring that they continue to move the ball and play exciting rugby on a global stage.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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