Johnson eyes England stay

RUGBY UNION: England manager Martin Johnson has for the first time intimated he would like to stay on in the job beyond September’s World Cup. His employers, the RFU, are determined to delay any contract negotiations until after the World Cup campaign has run its course, but asked if he wanted to stay on afterwards, Johnson said: “Yeah. It’s a very addictive job, even with all the stress and disappointment. Monday was the worst day of the year because after a long tournament, you are sat there with nothing.”