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All Blacks, a team above all ‘well prepared’, confirms Orios (Bordeaux Begles)

New Zealand, often lauded for “Technical qualities“So is he”individualAbove all, a team.very good” Who is the “Leave nothing to chance“, believes Christophe Orius, coach of Bordeaux Bigles in an interview with AFP before the duel between France and the All Blacks on Saturday.”They charm me! When I was in Castries, there was Frank Ponce (from 1997 to 1998)The massive center of New Zealand. But he arrived injured and barely played. He once said to me: + The difference between a French player and a New Zealander is that a Frenchman needs to have a good time during the week in order to work on the weekends. NZ works all week to enjoy the weekend. + He was right. From that moment on, I developed a passion for these guys. I read a lot about what they were doing, I played with Gary Wheaton (1992-1994 in Custer) I trained New Zealanders. They were always a little different. I love the way they approach rugby. They are the best players in the world! One would think that New Zealand rugby is above all individual rugby, enthusiasm, technical qualities and even individual genetics. I’m just saying they are well prepared. They leave nothing to chance, starting with their state of mind, hakka, and this way of thinking about ancestors. In approach, it is fundamental. They have a very clear code of conduct: they can do without the best players if they do not fit into the specified framework together.”»

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