Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, will visit the French men’s and women’s rugby teams on Monday in Marcoussy, during an intervention where he will speak in a somewhat private way.
French rugby teams will receive the visit of President Emmanuel Macron on Monday. The head of state will be accompanied by his wife, Brigitte, and they will share lunch with the men’s and women’s teams, both victorious this weekend. The presidential couple will not fail to salute Blue’s success against New Zealand women (38-13) on Saturday and men’s success against Georgia (41-15), without forgetting to send a message of encouragement to them for the shock. Against All Blacks, on Saturday at Stade de France (9pm).
“The opportunity for the Head of State to come and cheer on the national teams in this autumn tour, and before their matches against New Zealand on November 20, the rehearsal for the opening match of the 15th FIFA 2023 World Cup for France, the press reports. From the Elysee. Support that comes in the framework of preparations for the 2022 World Cup in New Zealand for the team The French women’s and the 2023 World Cup in France for the men’s team.
But this will not be their only intervention. according to the team, Emmanuel Macron will then take part in a somewhat special exercise. Behind closed doors, he will discuss his career, ideas and experience in front of the players, who will then be invited to ask him questions. A practice created by Fabian Galthe, a coach who used to hold seminars in companies, and Rafael Ibanez, the team manager from France.
Several guests have already given themselves up to the players, such as sailor Thomas Covell or chef Guy Savoy. According to L’Equipe, Galhié and Ibanez offered to rehearse Macron in 2020 but the date has been postponed due to the pandemic.
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