Except a more nuanced analysis of Australia & England's performance from the last World Cup cycle reflects a lot more favourably on Rennie compared to Jones.
Eddie Jones took England rapidly backwards, while Rennie has arguably brought his side the most measurable improvement post-2019 of any national coach bar Galthie & Farrell.
The Wallabies have beaten or come within a few points of all the top teams in the last 12 months, despite a massive injury toll, and the domestic game only recently recovering from COVID disruptions that had a huge impact due to both federal and state restrictions and severe cuts in revenue. Depth, combinations, and former weaknesses such as set-piece, breakdown and kick receipt have all improved significantly.
Rennie's Wallabies were on track to make the semi finals of RWC this year. If Jones/McLennan achieve anything less than that, they should be judged as failures and removed.
This will be the last I respond to this nonsense, as saying a man with a 36% record that replaced a man with a 50% win record greatly improved his team is just nonsensical.
- Massive injury toll? Mainly his fault. He had the same problem at the Chiefs, he over trains players and they break down.
- Covid? Every country in the world was affected by covid, not just Dave Rennie. Didnt bother Andy Farrell too much. Hell, the Wallabies got the whole 2020 Tri Nations played in Australia and still came last
-Depth? What depth? We have no preferred hooker, no preferred Blindside Flanker, No preferred halfback, No Preferred First Five, no preferred fullback. That's no building depth, it's playing musical chairs because you're not a great selector
-Our set piece is still average, line out has been poor and line out drive non existent for the most part. Breakdown work has also been spotty, they were blown out at the breakdown numerous times this season
Improving teams don't lose 48-17 to Argentina, Improving teams don't lose to Italy
By the way Eddie won the 6 Nations in 2020