England coach Eddie Jones has apologised for offensive comments he made a year ago about Wales and Ireland.
Jones subsequently apologised for his comments and admitted his choice of words were inexcusable, saying he was "very sorry".
In the video, Jones said: "We've played 23 Tests and have only lost one Test to the scummy Irish".
It was uploaded by Fuso to YouTube in July a year ago but has only come to light before Saturday's final round of the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations when England will face Ireland at Twickenham.
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"I'd just like to say I've apologised for the remarks", Jones told reporters at England's Bagshot training base, southwest of London. So it's this little s*** place that has got three million people. While the English RFU says the remarks are "inappropriate" and it will also be apologising to its Irish and Welsh counterparts. "Three million people. Three million".
England won the Six Nations in 2016 and 2017 but last weekend's defeat to France, coupled with Ireland's bonus-point victory over Scotland, means Joe Schmidt's side secured the crown this year with a round of games still to play.
Two successive defeats have seen the team's progress stall under Jones, who since taking over in 2015 has masterminded a record of 24 wins from 27 Tests.