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Toulouse coach Ugo Mola meets young rugby players at Albie

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The former Albigensian coach, now head of Stade Toulouse, arrived to present the film “Le Stade” to the SCA youth section.

The Albigensian Association of Sporting Clubs, which unites the U6 to Under-21 categories, organized a rugby afternoon for a preview of the movie “Le Stade”, which tells the story of the historic double (Brennus and European Cup) Europe Stade Toulouse. 2020-2021 season.

The festivities began in the afternoon with a gathering of youngsters with touch rugby games prepared by the teachers in front of the CGR Les Cordeliers Cinema. According to Vincent Doughatt, a member of the association’s staff, one project is important: “We organized mini-games to touch the forecourt to reclaim the Albigensian city center. It is true that we are very plain des Sport‌s de la Guitario Stadium, so it was important for us to invest in this stunning front of the cinema and the grand theater.

Mole to good memory of SCA

SCA licensees responded that Movie Theater 1 was almost full when the long-awaited surprise guest arrived with a round of applause. Ugo Mola, head coach of Stade Toulouse, responded to the club’s invitation. He recalled his time at the club in Episcopal City (he led the team to the semi-finals of the Pro D2 entry in 2014/2015) and did not hesitate to sign several autographs when approached by the most young people.

His presence is gratifying as he has only responded positively to the SCA’s invitation to present the session, ahead of a crucial trip to Ireland for the 16th second round of the European Cup against Ulster.

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After the screening of the film, Vincent Dought was very happy this afternoon and was already looking forward to the rest of the season: “We are happy with how things are going at other clubs before the final stages attack. I think there are a lot of young people in the locker room who have integrated this particular moment into focusing on the goals of the final stages.

The final stages that happen so quickly for cadets and juniors who are still waiting to get to know their opponents at the age of sixteen, this weekend they will attend a reunion day to strengthen the group’s ties.

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