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Stade Toulouse-Harlequins: “They try it, and can hurt someone…” says a referee who managed English

Stade Toulouse-Harlequins: “They try it, and can hurt someone…” says a referee who managed English

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In the Champions semi-final, the Londoners will perform at the Ernst-Wallen Lawn on Sunday 5 May (4pm). Frenchman Duval Trainini officiated the match in the round of 16 against Glasgow.

He has officiated the last two last 14 matches and is one of the most recognized French referees. Tual Trainini, 38, also works internationally. He was officiating in the Champions Cup on 5 April at the whistle for the Round of 16 between Harlequins and Glasgow. London won 28-24.

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This Sunday, May 5 (4 p.m.) on the lawn of Ernst-Wallen Stadium, “Queen’s” will challenge State Toulouse in the semifinals of the premier tournament. to Dispatch, Duval Trainini agreed to share his feelings after refereeing the London players. A team that he finds pleasant to lead, but also knows how to show character.

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“I’m not too worried,” he says from the start. “They don’t come to discuss much, but it’s in the Anglo-Saxon way, demanding a lot. It’s not necessarily from the players on the field, but from the environment, without the necessary animosity.”

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He also mentions a bit of slyness. “They try it, and it might work for someone who is receptive or attractive. But I don’t think it’s the best method with French judges (smiles). Then, there are some characters: Marler, Care… It’s not folkloric. But it’s lively, sweet.”

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An interview with Tual Trainini can be found by clicking this link.