Sir Clive Woodward’s criticism doesn’t bother Eddie Jones.

Sir Clive Woodward's criticism doesn't bother Eddie Jones.

At Murrayfield, Eddie Jones said he has “no regrets” about replacing Marcus Smith with George Ford.

On the opening night of the Six Nations, England was defeated by Scotland 20-17 at Murrayfield, after giving away a seven-point lead with less than 20 minutes remaining.

Woodward was writing in his column for the Daily Mail and criticised Jones for replacing Smith after England had taken control and claimed that nobody in the RFU feels like they can hold the head coach to account.

Jones replied with:

“I’m the best coach in the world with hindsight. I’ve done a few TV commentaries and I was the smartest coach in the world,” 

“But I made a decision on game day and I don’t have any regrets. I’m looking forward to Italy now.”

Responding to Jones latest comments, one fan suggested that the England boss ‘gives zero f**** about what anybody says.

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