May 18, 2022


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A legend of the Blues wants to see the English “break their mouths”

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Basque is also one of his players jumping on the bandwagon on the history of France XV from above his 82 selections at the Blue. The most experienced, former third-ranked team had a chance to win the 6 Nations tournament in 2010, so he is well aware of the importance of this talented tournament.

Upon hearing from the RMC, Emanol Harinordoqui gave some advice to Fabien Galthié’s players on how to best prepare for this famous crunch. According to him, France XV should take full ownership of this meeting and make this match a memorable one:

” There is no magic formula when playing for victory in a tournament, and what is a Grand Slam. The goal is to see the event as relevant, to see it as very positive and to return to the field with great pleasure. I hope this team lives well off the field, especially with a remarkable mindset.

Players must pick up Saturday’s matches from the right edge, because when you play everything in a match, there can be a certain pressure. It is in their hands to remain calm, to keep the peace, and to break the mouths of these Englishmen.


Eddie Jones, the former athlete of the Section Paulois, the Pyarits Olympics and the State Toulouse, returned to the mindset that the English should be defeated by the French. As in the old days, the only thing he believes is to break the mouths of the English.
Find news of the 6 Nations competition in the Quinze Mondial.