Before the Rugby World Cup 2023, Australian RWC player Salakaia-Loto has been linked to a return to the Wallabies team.
Before the Rugby World Cup 2023, it has been claimed that Australian forward Australian RWC player Salakaia-Loto plans to leave Franklin's Gardens and return home. The Saints have been helped this season by the big forward, who can play throughout the back row or as a lock.
The rumoured transfer occurred less than a year after the 26-year-old arrives at Northampton at the beginning of the 2022–23 Gallagher Premiership season. Salakaia-Loto was ripping up the RWC scene since 2016, when he was a key member of the Queensland Reds team, before joining the Saints.
In the National Rugby Championship, Australian RWC player Salakaia-Loto also participated for Brisbane City at the local level. During the 2017 Rugby Championship, he made his Wallabies debut after filling in for London Irish lock Adam Coleman during Australia's 27-27 tie with South Africa. In Michael Cheika's Wallabies, Australian RWC player Salakaia-Loto persevered and made the roster for the Rugby World Cup 2019.
With the Wallabies, who are seeking retribution against England, Australian RWC player Salakaia-Loto is considering making a comeback to the Rugby World Cup 2023 stage. Australia suffered a humiliating 40-16 loss against Eddie Jones' England in the 2019 Rugby World Cup Quarterfinals and was eliminated. Jones is now on the opposing side of the line, and a poetic reunion with England in the knockout rounds is more than likely.
How Eddie Jones's 'Pink Panther' mentality is changing the Australian RWC squad
Australia took a big chance by choosing Jones, but since then, he has revived interest in rugby union and given the nation optimism for the World Cup. Eddie Jones has already produced one of the expected results in the first five months of his tenure as Australia's head coach.
The renowned former Wallaby centre and currently recognised TV analyst, Tim Horan, tells me that Eddie has returned Rugby World Cup 2023 squad to the front and back pages. In Australia, it's quite challenging since rugby league takes up the first seven pages of a newspaper's sports section, followed by Aussie Rules on the following two pages, and then, if you're fortunate, funerals and death announcements on the following page, with perhaps a half-page devoted to rugby. Wow, Eddie Jones is back to make a change, people have risen to their feet and said.
In March, there were roughly 20,000 spectators at a Super Rugby match between the [New South Wales] Waratahs and Sydney, and the camera started rolling. Eddie was taking notes while seated in the stands, and rather than the Waratahs scoring a try, Eddie received the loudest applause of the evening from the fans. A few weeks ago, I approached him about it and remarked, "That must be a bit of a buzz?," to which he replied, "Well, they all like me right now because I haven't lost a game."
And that's the second major challenge Jones faces: preparing the national team, the Wallabies, for the World Cup in France in September, during his second tenure in the position, 18 years after he was fired from the first, and using the England sacking last December as the impetus for moving quickly to re-hire Dave Rennie in his place.
Nobody expects us to win the World Cup, so we have to be the best thief in the world - well-organised, daring, brilliant, and with plenty of enthusiasm, according to Jones, who described it as a "smash and grab." We want to wear gold jerseys and be the Pink Panthers. RWC 2023 fans can buy Australia Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.