Rugby World Cup.  Ireland-New Zealand has already begun… at St. Charles station

Rugby World Cup. Ireland-New Zealand has already begun… at St. Charles station

The photo was surprising on Saturday morning, at the St. Charles station. As the Velodrome prepares to host the quarter-final between Wales and Argentina (5pm), we find fans from New Zealand and Ireland deep in conversation while waiting for their train. ““We wanted to come directly to Paris by train, but that was not possible because of the strikes on Friday.”XV du Trèfle fans said. “We came to Marseille during the 2007 World Cup“, explains the New Zealand couple. It’s a very nice city, but I found it difficult to understand your taxis… ” “This is where Ireland will play France in the Six Nations, isn’t it? (February 2, editor’s note) We will definitely come back! “The Irish answered.

Fans from both camps spoke, smiling and friendly, and spoke freely at length. The New Zealanders were the most concerned about the outcome of the quarter-final match. “We took other shirts in our bag, in case we were defeatedthe couple joked while still wearing their fern shirt. We’re not really convinced with the game our team played. Hopefully it will be better when we change coaches. Anyway, you have a great French team !

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