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SportEngland coach Eddie Jones 'copies Gareth Southgate's WAG policy' to allow his stars to bring their partners to Japan for Rugby World Cup

08:35  09 september  2019
08:35  09 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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EDDIE JONES has pinched Gareth Southgate ’ s WAGs policy — giving England stars the green As has been consistent since Jones took over in 2016, WAGs are not allowed to stay at the team Another problem England have found with implementing their WAG policy is that their hotels and

EDDIE JONES will pick the brains of Gareth Southgate before deciding on England ' s WAGs policy at the Japan World Cup . Egg-chaser Jones is impressed England ' s footballers enjoyed time with their partners during the 2018 World Cup in Russia - like Jamie Vardy with wife Rebekah (pictured)Credit

England coach Eddie Jones 'copies Gareth Southgate's WAG policy' to allow his stars to bring their partners to Japan for Rugby World Cup © 2019 Getty Images BAGSHOT, ENGLAND - AUGUST 22: Eddie Jones, the England head coach, faces the media during the England media session at Pennyhill Park on August 22, 2019 in Bagshot, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

England coach Eddie Jones will allow his players to take their wives and girlfriends to Japan for the Rugby World Cup.

Jones is following in the footsteps of Gareth Southgate, who permitted England's footballers to have family members at the World Cup in Russia last year.

England coach Eddie Jones 'copies Gareth Southgate's WAG policy' to allow his stars to bring their partners to Japan for Rugby World Cup © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited George Ford is set to be joined by his girlfriend Jess Portman at the Rugby World Cup

As reported by The Sun, Jones and captain Owen Farrell have agreed that the players' partners will be able to stay the night after some games.

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GARETH SOUTHGATE has given the green light for Wags to invade Russia. Joe Harts partner is a regular at England gamesCredit: Scott Hornby - The Sun. But Southgate will ensure his players follow fitness guidelines if given time off and wants to avoid a repeat of 2012 when Wayne Rooney

Jones consults FA over World Cup WAGS policy . England head coach Eddie Jones says he has asked the Football Association for advice before deciding if he will allow players' "When this camp finishes, five of the staff are going to Japan to look at our training centres and grounds," Jones added.

Wives and girlfriends will not be able to stay at the team hotel during training weeks.

England coach Eddie Jones 'copies Gareth Southgate's WAG policy' to allow his stars to bring their partners to Japan for Rugby World Cup © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ford will be determined to make a major impact for England at the tournament in Japan While Southgate allowed players' wives and girlfriends to join the team at meal times at the World Cup, it is unlikely that such a scenario will happen in Japan.

England's accommodation in Japan varies from city to city, but the RFU have put together travel packages to allow players to be with their partners.

England coach Eddie Jones 'copies Gareth Southgate's WAG policy' to allow his stars to bring their partners to Japan for Rugby World Cup © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Captain Owen Farrell was consulted in the decision to allow wives and girlfriends to travel Farrell's wife Georgie and George Ford's girlfriend Jess Portman are amongst those set to travel to Japan.

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England Rugby coach Eddie Jones is consulting over whether his players' wives and partners will be welcome at next year' s Rugby World Cup in Japan . Jones will first speak to England football manager Gareth Southgate about his side' s experience at the Fifa World Cup in Russia before

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