Wallabies star Nic White is 's***ting himself' over playing under new Australian coach Eddie Jones
If there was any doubt on how Wallabies players feel about the appointment of Eddie Jones, there is no longer.
Scrum half Nic White admitted he is 's**ting himself' over playing under new coach Eddie Jones, after Dave Rennie was sacked earlier this month following a poor 2022 which saw the side win just five of 14 Tests.
White was of course speaking with his tongue firmly in-cheek, but it certainly still gives insight into the mood of the Wallaby camp just months out from a World Cup.
Jones, who previously coached the Wallabies from 2001-2005, is known for his uncompromising, intense approach with both coaches and players, and White said the players were well aware of his reputation.
'Eddie Jones, (is) an amazing coach, a guy who a lot of us admire what he's done and are pretty excited,' he said on Channel 9's Australian Open coverage.
'Excited and I guess everyone is kind of quietly s***ting themselves about Eddie coming in.
'Mate, he's a world class coach so there is a bit of excitement there but he is also a whole lot of unknown for us players. It has been a ride.'
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