#1 Tabarez has tried to take off the pressure, sayin von riluowanying123 31.03.2018 05:26

England wing Jack Nowell says he is keen to step up his fitness levels under new head coach Eddie Jones. Although Jones believes the condition of his squad is adequate for the Six Nations, but must improve for next summers tour of his native Australia.The Exeter player has added 10kg in weight in recent years, but the move from 85kg to 95kg was added muscle bulk and followed knee surgery. I was training like old man, said Nowell, who missed the 2014 tour to New Zealand as a result of the operation.Im a completely different player now. Im bigger now. Anything can happen if get hands on the ball. (And I am) more confident in defence now.Jones vision of an England playing free-flowing rugby and keeping the ball in play may be at odds with his first match - a 15-9 win over Scotland in Edinburgh last Saturday - but suits Nowell, one of two England try-scorers at Murrayfield.And Italy could be the first to feel the impact of Jones tinkering. Nowell and head coach Eddie Jones pose with the Calcutta Cup following their victory against Scotland I like the sound of that because I like to come off my wing and get my hands on the ball as much as possible, Nowell added.I want to get my hands on the ball as much as possible and if I am absolutely knackered I wont be able to do that.We have worked hard on our breakdown this week and getting that speed of ball.However, Nowell also accepts the pragmatic approach favoured by Jones in Edinburgh last weekend.First things first is to win the game, Nowell said.If you said to me we scored four tries off a driving maul and I touched the ball once and we won the game, Id take that any day of the week. England head coach Eddie Jones keeps an eye on his players A hint of the future was evident in Edinburgh when replacement prop Mako Vunipolas deft handling made space for Nowells try.Makos got a lot of skills, Nowell said. Some of the passes he does in training are pretty ridiculous. 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"Im going out to play for my country of Uruguay," Suarez said. "Im not here thinking about a transfer or anything like that." The Uruguay striker is one of the games best, elusive on the dribble with a knack for scoring. He also has a penchant for getting into trouble and doing the wrong thing, drawing attention to himself in a way that has embarrassed his club and country and detracted from his playing skills. Still -- and heres the caveat -- hes the most important player for Uruguay if the South Americans are to beat World Cup champion Spain on Sunday in the their first game in the Confederations Cup, the eight-team warm-up for next years World Cup. In addition to fending off rumours about a move to Real Madrid, Suarez has also tried to use the Confederations Cup to apologize again for his behaviour. "Obviously I have done things that I myself recognize, and Ive asked to be pardoned," he said. "As a player, as a professional Id like to be valued more for the way I play on the pitch than for other things." Suarez has a long record of getting into trouble. The 26-year-old was criticized in the 2010 World Cup for using his hand to stop a shot from Ghana that was heading towards goal. The move saved Uruguay in the quarterfinal match and got the South Americans into the semifinals and a fourth-place finish. More recently, he was banned for 10 English Premier League matches in April for biting Chelsea defender Branisalv Ivanovic on the arm.dddddddddddd He missed the last four Premier League games -- he still finished with 23 goals -- and will miss the first six next season. This was not the first biting incident. While playing in the Netherlands in 2010, he served a seven-match suspension for biting another player, earning him various nicknames, including the "Cannibal of Ajax." A year later at Liverpool, he served an eight-match ban for racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, who is black. He subsequently refused to shake hands with Evra prior to a match, again raising the charge of racism. And -- and this seems minor in comparison -- he has a reputation as a diver. Despite it all, Suarez has his defenders. Sebastian Bauza, president of the Uruguay Football Association, has singled out Suarez as the countrys key player. "We need for Suarez, as soon as possible ... to be the player he was in the (2011) Copa America and the World Cup in South Africa," Bauza said. "We have tough games coming up and we need Suarez at 100 per cent." Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez has tried to take off the pressure, saying the Group B game with Spain is less important than the second match against Nigeria. Uruguay finishes with Tahiti. Spain defeated Uruguay 3-1 in a friendly in February in Doha, Qatar. "The key game is the second," Tabarez said. 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