EDDIE JONES dumped coaches Simon Amor and Jason Ryles after England's worst ever Six Nations.
Attack coach Amor and skills coach Ryles, who opted to stay in Australia and work from home during the pandemic, have both been given the boot from Twickenham.
Jones will now look after a nose-diving attack this summer as the embarrassed RFU look to rebuild his backroom staff again.
Ex Sevens boss Amor said: “My seven and a half years with the RFU has been a fantastic experience.
"Leading the England Sevens programme to success, including all we achieved culturally, and bringing together the men’s and women’s game, is something I look back on with real pride.
“I will always be grateful to Eddie for providing me with the opportunity to coach my country’s senior XVs team and to further develop my skills amongst some of the best and most experienced players and coaches in the game.
“I take with me some brilliant lifelong memories & friendships. I want to thank everyone at the RFU for their professionalism and support and I look forward to taking all I’ve learned into the next stage of my career.”
Ryles added: "Due to the ongoing challenges of the global pandemic, the uncertainty around international travel and in the best interests of my young family, I have made the difficult decision to leave my coaching role with England Rugby.
"I would like to sincerely thank Eddie Jones and the RFU for the opportunity to be part of the organisation and coaching staff, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as part of the England team and have learnt a lot in a short period of time.
"It has been a privilege to have had the opportunity to work in a world class programme and alongside Eddie and some of the best rugby players in England. I wish the team all the best for their upcoming summer tour,”
Jones himself managed to avoid the sack after the dismal Championship.
And the under-fire boss added: "I would like to thank Simon and Jason for their contributions to England.
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“I would like to commend Simon’s outstanding diligence and his hard work, and I have no doubt he will find a role soon that suits him perfectly.
“With Jason, the COVID-19 restrictions have proved too difficult for him and his family to overcome, which we fully understand but are disappointing for us and the team.
“They both leave with the best wishes of everyone involved with England and for their future pursuits in the game.”
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