The XV of France does not look in the rear view mirror and does not dwell on his youth. Before facing Wales for the third day of the VI Nations Tournament, this Saturday at the Millennium Stadium (5:45 pm), the French captain Charles Ollivon spoke about the ambitious state of mind of his partners. “It’s natural that takes over. We are all aware of the past, of what could have happened. But we, without forcing it, we want to create our history,” he said in conference. Press.
journalists, editor’s note) remind us often, we are not kids who have just left the Top 14. There is maturity in each of us, “continued the 26-year-old.” data-reactid = “28”> “Even if we don’t have a lot of selections, as you like (journalists, editor’s note) remind it often, we are not kids who have just left the Top 14. There is maturity in each of us, “continued the 26-year-old.
“A big fight”
Regarding the match, the first away after home wins against England (24-17) and Italy (35-22), Charles Ollivon expects a “special test” and especially an opposition very bitter: “We expect this to be a big fight, that there will be no rest time. We know a little bit about the game of the Welsh, they put a lot of rhythm. players capable of chaining play times, they never let go of anything. ” The Toulonnais said he was nevertheless confident: “We prepared it well all week. Now, all that’s left is”.
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