France’s XV: Nice, “An Important Week”, recalls Bailey

France's XV: Nice, "An Important Week", recalls Bailey

The pillar of the French team, Cyril Bailey, at Marcos on October 27, 2020, before the match of the Six Nations tournament against Ireland, on October 31 at Ann-Christine Paul.

As in 2020, Nice has gathered to prepare for France‚Äôs 16th Six Nations tournament. “It was an important week in the making of the group,” said Cyril Bailey, who will be second only to England.

Q: You were already in Nice last year. How important was this internship?

A: “We’ve met again and I have the impression that nothing has changed. Everything happened in a very natural way. It’s just a pleasure to be here: we had a very important week in the formation of the group, we have a lot. We will try to do that thoroughly, especially in training, be careful, start the tournament as best we can. Seek information. “

Q: In your reunion with the group, Fabian Galtic talked about improving things. Which one?

Answer: “The less we know about competitions, the less we know about them … As in Scotland, we often learn about defeats (defeats March 28-17, editor’s note). Sometimes we’re quick, we do not have fire, we can take time.

Question: Uncertainty remains over the hosting of the 2021 Six Nations Tournament …

Answer: “We are focusing on ourselves, the first game to come. We can not decide or know in advance, so we are going to focus on ourselves. The first thing we are going to do every week is the match against Italy (February 6, Rome, editor’s note). We will abide by all the rules to play whatever happens.” Definitely hopefully, of course, in the best possible conditions for everyone’s health, but we believe people who handle everything.

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