After the Argentine starter and before the New Zealand dessert, the Georgian main course: To hear the blues, they focus on Georgia, not the third and final game in the fall in a week.
And UBB promised: “Hide it up is not complicated. We haven’t talked about Georgia’s preparations once. Everyone is focused on Georgia: it’s our opponent for Sunday, not the news.” Third grader Cameron Walkie. We don’t have to believe it.
Winger Gabin Villiers also admitted with rants that “this match (against the blacks) was in the back of his mind”. “We think about it anyway. We have three matches, we just played a big game against Argentina. Against Georgia, it will be the same. We will have to settle everything to prepare for this last match, the ultimate dream,” Villier Capt.
“It will be the first match for a few years between France and the All Blacks (since three defeats during the 2018 Summer Tour, editor’s note) so of course we have that on our minds. We know that, if we want to be ready, we will have to do the work this week and this weekend. against Georgia. Before the final fight against the world rugby boss, the Lelos must be owned by the Blues.
This is the second time in history that France and Georgia collide. The first time was during the group stage of the 2007 World Cup, and the French substitutes imposed themselves largely and quietly (64-7).
“We knew them, and they had a lot of + the French + ahead. We were so focused on winning and knew that with play and speed, they were going to lack a little bit of rhythm. They put in a good performance against Ireland (14) – 10 defeats, editor’s note), we knew it was. It will not be easy,” former international player Sebastien Bruno, test owner and author during this first test, told AFP.
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Ex-Béziers prostitute Sal Toulon knows what he’s talking about: the former 15th France scrum coach, he was also in charge of Georgia during the Autumn Nations Cup. Praising the Georgian group’s values, Bruno said, “Now the values are beginning to stabilize. It’s becoming less authoritarian than before even if it remains strong.”
He added: “It’s a team that lacks competition against the big teams, so the slightest mistake costs them: they don’t hold the ball anymore, they just defend, they’re under pressure, they make mistakes and they start picking up points.” The French and Georgians know each other well: from Pro D2 to Top 14, about two dozen “Made in France” worlds were invited to the Lelos Tour in the fall.
Starting with the third line of Pau Beka Gorgadze who, at the age of nine, sent a letter to Santa Claus telling his dream of developing in France. Arriving in France ten years later, the Georgian is waiting for an even better gift: the first victory over a nation of the world’s elite.
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