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Rugby A Bordeaux Pressure For USAP

Bordeaux in danger, with the wind in their sails, the USAP moves without swagger, aware that it must above all overcome his psychological demons hope to bring a result. Obviously, they know it all. Bordeaux has it all: dynamic (four consecutive wins), the quality of the game (4th best attack), classification (8th, 54 points), the land (25,000 expected at Chaban-Delmas ... Read More »


After two wins have not removed all doubts, the Blues defy the Welsh Friday night in Cardiff. A feat to launch the Grand Slam. Millennium immense cathedral screw cap. Sumptuous Welsh songs sung fervently by 76,000 chests. Red Devils overexcited, revenge. The stage is set. We will know. Whether the XV de France marrow, talent, and most importantly, the key ... Read More »

Victory Or Nothing

Poor in 2013, the Blues were ordered to beat England in the opening Six Nations on Saturday at the Stade de France (1800). They hammered all week. “There is no more excuses!” From coach Philippe Saint-Andre, master, Pascal Pape, through all the soldiers of the XV of France. All except Jules Plisson, exempt from confidences to “preserve the media pressure.” ... Read More »