‘Get the F—ING tee’ – Fans left in stitches by Eddie Jones outburst

Jared Wright
Eddie Jones in the coaching box during the Wallabies v All Blacks and the ex-Australia head coach before the pool C match against Australia during the Rugby World Cup France 2023 at OL Stadium in Lyon France on September 24, 2023.

Eddie Jones in the coaching box during the Wallabies v All Blacks.

Fans have been left in stitches after a hilarious clip of Eddie Jones from the new Stan Sport documentary that followed the Wallabies during the World Cup.

The docuseries hit Australian screens this week as fans relived the disastrous World Cup campaign and the turmoil of Eddie Jones’ second tenure as Wallabies head coach.

Eddie Jones wants his tea!

In one clip shared on social media platform X, formerly Twitter, Jones loses his cool in an outburst as he shouts for a tee to be taken out for a penalty.

“Get the f***ing tee out there, get the f***ing tee out there, get the f***ing tee out there, now!” Jones is heard screaming over his walkie-talkie as he slams it on the table.

The clip has left fans in stitches, with @RugbyInsideLine posting the clip with the caption: “We’ve found our favourite scene from the new Wallabies documentary! Get Eddie Jones his (tea emoji).”

“This is unreal,” former Ireland hooker Bernard Jackman wrote in response which was a reaction that many shared.

“Also, get me a new radio, because this is one is f***d now,” Paul Williams added.

Another post joked that Jones “Spent too much time in England. The man’s obsessed with tea now.”

One fan added, “Sounds like Eddie needs a cup of Tee and a lie down”, while several comments read along the lines of “howling” with laughter.

The outburst hit close to home for many.

“My mother, when we have visitors,” one reply read with another following along the same lines, writing “, My mum when there are any tradesmen working on her house”.

While the documentary Wallabies: Inside Rugby World Cup 2023 does follow the Wallabies throughout France 2023, this particular incident came during the Rugby Championship match between the All Blacks and Wallabies at Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Australia would go on to lose this Test match 23-20 against a largely changed All Blacks team that hammered them 38-7 the week prior.

Jones managed two wins from nine matches in 2023 and resigned from the role as head coach following the World Cup before being unveiled as the new Japan coach, replacing Jamie Joseph.

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