France’s XV Grand Slam is in sight

France's XV Grand Slam is in sight

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J-S Fernandez, B. Pelletier, M. Boyzo, PMD La Fota – France 2

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Fans of rugby and XV in France will be there on Saturday, March 19 for the epilogue of the 6 Nations tournament. The Blues will face England in Southampton de France. At best, they dream of a Grand Slam.

In the locker room of the Blues, Friday, March 11 in Cardiff (Wales), He was floating A wave of vitality. “These are rare moments for all of us, so we’ve going to celebrate this as a rare moment. We’ve going to have a great week to find our supporters in Stade de France.”Fran അവസാനംois Galti, coach of France XV, said at the end of the meeting.

The stadium is now ready to burn behind the dream France team. The Blues have won four of their last four games in the tournament. They won 37-10 against Italy, 30-24 against Ireland and 36-17 against Scotland. On Friday, March 11, Wales lost 13-9 to the Blues. As at the club in Toulouse (Haut-Garon), influenced by the prospect of a Grand Slam, the talents of the players inspire the youngest. The loss to Ireland on Saturday will see England lose.

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