Legendary Rugby Union coach Alan Jones has delivered an almighty spray at just about everyone involved with the game in Australia after the Barbarians narrow loss the Australia.
Never afraid to speak his mind, Jones first aimed up at the referee branding Brendon Pickerill appalling.
“If that’s the way you grow the game, then it’s most probably a good thing I’m not in it,” Jones fumed.
“I just found the whole thing astonishing.
“It’s a Barbarians game and you’re playing with 13 men and the bloke kept blowing the whistle — I think it was 16 penalties to four or something.
“The bloke was clearly out of his depth.
“Thank God I’m out of the game.”
Jones then fired shots at the ARU for the lack of growth in the game.
“Rugby has a problem — there has been no communication from the ARU to the Barbarians this week and that is a discourtesy,” Jones said.
“The ARU got $1.6 million for this game and they’ve given absolutely nothing back.
“We’re in a terrible state, administratively.
“Michael Cheika is doing a very good job but are those people going to come back?
“Somebody’s got to grab this game by the throat.
“Where is the game heading?