With a strongly rejuvenated team, Racing conceded, last week against Toulouse, its first defeat of the season in five games. Obviously not the ideal way to prepare for this Champions Cup final against Exeter. But there is at least one satisfaction: the executives had been left to rest and the young guard trained in Hauts-de-Seine faced up and stood up to Stade Toulousain. “There is a big disappointment as to the result, we cannot accept losing. And also a disappointment for the players, because we had fifteen out of twenty-three from Racing training; an average age, if we remove the three old ones, of 22 years“, Congratulated the manager Laurent Travers, welcoming”the state of mind and envy they showed. They also learned what a high level game was like. It does not forgive …“
While the big names in world rugby recruited by President Jacky Lorenzetti, from Dan Carter to Pat Lambie are often highlighted, Racing shines
This article is for subscribers only. You have 75% left to discover.
Subscribe: 1 € the first month
Can be canceled at any time
Van Dijk: I’ll be ‘fitter, stronger’ after ACL blow
Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has vowed to come back stronger after his club announced that he is set to…
PSG-MU, “a good memory” for Herrera
Ander Herrera was in Manchester United’s camp in 2019 when the Red Devils toppled PSG in the round of 16….
Devin Bush’s knee injury clouds Steelers’ unbeaten start
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The collective body language of Devin Bush’s teammates said it all. Moments after the Pittsburgh Steelers’ second-year…
Martinez beats out McCaffrey for Huskers’ starting QB job
Adrian Martinez has turned back a challenge from Luke McCaffrey to win the starting quarterback’s job for Nebraska’s opener at…