Wallabies rocked as attack coach quits Eddie Jones’ staff on eve of World Cup

Eddie Jones is desperately searching for an attack coach to join the Wallabies at the Rugby World Cup, following the abrupt resignation of assistant coach Brad Davis from his staff after four months in the job.

The Wallabies are due to fly out Australia on Thursday, ahead of a pre-World Cup clash with France and the tournament proper in September, but they were rocked by the loss of Davis on the eve of departure.

A Wallabies spokesman confirmed Davis would not be going to the Rugby World Cup,…

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