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    John Mitchell will reportedly start work as England's new defence guru next month

    John Mitchell will reportedly start work as England's new defence guru next month


    The Daily Mail reports the ex-All Blacks head coach has officially agreed a
    deal to replace Paul Gustard on Eddie Jones' coaching staff, through until the
    end of next year's rugby world cup.

    John Mitchell coached the All Blacks from 2001 until 2003, and has since been
    in charge of a variety of franchises and international sides around the world.

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